Computers for Education Ministry, Cancer Society courtesy of Cornell University

TIMELY DONATION – Cornell University Alumni Association (CUAA) donated 50 computers to the Ministry of Education and the Cancer Society of Grand Bahama (GBCS) on Friday, February 23 at the Office of the Prime Minister. Representative were on-hand to accept the timely donations. (PHOTOS: JENNEVA RUSSELL)

Cornell University Alumni Association (CUAA) representative Joseph ‘Sharkbite’ Kohler on Friday, February 23 donated 50 computers to the Ministry of Education and the Cancer Society of Grand Bahama (GBCS) at a Hand-over Ceremony in the Office of the Prime Minister, Harold DeGregory Building. Parliamentary Secretary in the Office of the Prime Minister, Pakesia Parker-Edgecombe accepted…
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Government’s “e-tendering”Programme for contracts and services

GUEST SPEAKER – Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Finance K. Peter Turnquest brings remarks at the American Central Securities Depositories Association (ACSDA) General Assembly at Atlantis, Thursday, April 12.

During his keynote address at the Grand Bahama 20th Annual Business Outlook at the Grand Lucayan resort on Thursday, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Finance, Peter Turnquest outlined some of the programmes and initiatives the government is taking in order to remain transparent in its fiscal policies. One of those initiatives is one which…
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FEED Conference set for Feb. 27

EMPOWERMENT CONFERENCE – Kimberley Miller of GBPA Group Corporate Affairs announced plans for the Freeport Economic Empowerment Development Conference (FEED) that is set for next week Tuesday, February 27. (PHOTO: JENNEVA RUSSELL)

In an effort to inspire budding and existing entrepreneurs to empower themselves, the Grand Bahama Port Authority’s (GBPA) office of Group Corporate Affairs announced its upcoming Freeport Economic Empowerment Development (FEED) Conference. Senior Manager of the GBPA’s Group Corporate Affairs, Kimberley Miller said that the conference is one not to be missed, as five dynamic…
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Thompson: Unified focus needed for GB to succeed

IN THIS FILE PHOTO: Minister of State for Grand Bahama Senator Kwasi Thompson brought remarks on the topic of ‘Economic, Revitalization,’ during the opening of the 20th Annual Grand Bahama Business Outlook Thursday, February 22 at the Grand Lucayan Resort. (FILE PHOTO)

‘Creating a world class Grand Bahama’ was the theme for this year’s Grand Bahama Business Outlook 2018 and Senator Kwasi Thompson, Minister of State for GB in the Office of the Prime Minister said, a national and unified focus is needed for the island to succeed. Thompson, who served as one of the speakers for…
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