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Skyline Investments representers interact with West End community

SKYLINE INVESTMENTS MEET WITH RESIDENTS OF WEST END COMMUNITY: Officials of Skyline Investments, along with Bahamas government representatives, held a Town Hall Meeting in West End this past Friday to discuss the international developer’s proposed plans for the former Ginn Sur Mer project. Pictured from Left to Right are: Don Cornish, Administrator, West Grand Bahama, Harcourt Brown, Permanent Secretary, Office of The Prime Minister, Grand Bahama, Sen. Hon. J. Kwasi Thompson, Minister of State within the Office of The Prime Minister, Grand Bahama, Pakesia Parker-Edgecombe, Member of Parliament for West Grand Bahama and Bimini, Danny Rothman, Chief Operating Officer, Skyline Investments, Hon. K. Peter Turnquest, Minister of Finance and Deputy Prime Minister and Derek Gape, Grand Bahama Bay Director of Operations, Skyline Investments. (PHOTO: JENNEVA RUSSELL)

Government officials and representatives of the international development company, Grand Palm Beach Acquisitions Limited (a subsidiary of Skyline Investments) assembled at the St. Mary Magdalene Parish Hall in West End on Friday evening to host a town hall meeting, for the benefit of discussing with residents in that area, the proposed development of the former…
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Busy weekend in crime fight

This past weekend proved to be a busy one for law enforcement agencies throughout The Bahamas. The Royal Bahamas Police Force (RBPF) in Grand Bahama is continuing the fight against car theft. The quick action by officers of the mobile division resulted in the arrest of three males for stolen vehicles in two separate incidents…
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Minister Pintard gives advice to students at Templeton Rally

PINTARD ADDRESS – The Minister of Youth Sports and Culture and Member of Parliament for Marco City the Honorable Michael Pintard imparted words of wisdom to local students at this year’s Life and Laws Essay Competition and Rally.

The Minister of Youth Sports and Culture and Member of Parliament for Marco City the Honorable Michael Pintard addressed local students attending the Templeton World Charity Foundation and Ministry of Education Laws of Life Essay Competition and Rally presentation on Friday (June 8) at the Bishop Michael Eldon School Auditorium. Pintard was introduced by the…
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GB health care concerns brought to the forefront

REV. FREDERICK MCALPINE Member of Parliament, Pineridge

Describing the Rand Memorial Hospital as, “antedated, antiquated and inadequate,” for the number of persons living on the island, both foreign and domestic, Member of Parliament for Pineridge Rev. Frederick McAlpine voiced the concerns of Grand Bahama residents as it relates to the condition of the lone hospital on the island. McAlpine, who made his…
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