Crime level “highly disturbing”

Minister of National Security Marvin Dames gives a communication on crime in the House of Assembly yesterday. (Photo by Torrell Glinton)

Minister of National Security, Marvin Dames said like most, if not all Bahamians, he too is “ highly disturbed” with the alarming statistics of serious crime that have occurred in the country over the last decade. Dames, who was making his contribution to the House of Assembly Wednesday (September 20) morning, reaffirmed his commitment to…
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Men encouraged to take advantage of free Screening Clinic this weekend


Men throughout the Grand Bahama community are invited to avail themselves of the opportunity to participate in the Us TOO Grand Bahama Chapter Seventh Annual Prostate Cancer Screening Clinic this weekend – Friday, September 22 and Saturday, September 23 – at Pearce Plaza, Coral Road. Recently, Us TOO Grand Bahama Chapter President Dr. Andrew Moxey…
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Govt. to introduce Fiscal Responsibility Legislation

PETER TURNQUEST, DPM Minister of Finance

Deputy Prime Minister K. Peter Turnquest, Minister of Finance said that the (Dr. Hubert) Minnis-led Government is committed to increasing accountability and transparency at all levels, inclusive of the government’s purse. Turnquest in his communication to the House of Assembly yesterday (Wednesday, September 20) noted that while making the decision to make significant cutbacks to…
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