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Economy turning around, says Prime Minister

TURNING AROUND – Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis officially opened the Securities Commission of The Bahamas Public Companies Forum, held under the theme: “Expanding the Role of the Capital Markets In Bahamian Economic Development” on Thursday, November 8. (BIS PHOTO: YONTALAY BOWE) 

Contributor: Bahamas Information Services The Bahamian economy is turning around economically, said Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis as he officially opened the Securities Commission of The Bahamas Public Companies Forum. The one-day dialogue was held under the theme, ‘Expanding the Role of the Capital Markets In Bahamian Economic Development,’ on Thursday, November 8. The prime…
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Officials move quickly in response to chemical spill at RMH

In a statement Friday (November 9) afternoon, the Public Hospital Authority (PHA) and Grand Bahama Health Services (GBHS) responded to chemical spill at the Rand Memorial Hospital on Thursday, November 8. Following is the joint PHA and GBHS statement in its entirety. “Laboratory services at the Rand Memorial Hospital have been suspended this weekend as…
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Special recognition for Public Service retirees

RETIREES HONOURED – The Ministry of Public Service and National Insurance hosted the 18th Northern Region Public Service Appreciation Luncheon on Friday, November 9 in the Pavilion of the Grand Lucayan Resort. Public service retirees were recognized for their many years of dedicated service to the community of Grand Bahama. Seated from left with honorees are Retiree Antoinette Gibson, 45 years of service to the Department Immigration; Brensil Rolle, Minister of State for Public Service and National Insurance; Minister of State for GB in the Office of the Prime Minister, Senator J. Kwasi Thompson and Permanent Secretary in the Ministry for Grand Bahama, Harcourt Brown. (PHOTO: JENNEVA RUSSELL)

Held at the Grand Lucayan Resort on Friday, November 9, under the theme, ‘The Public Service … igniting a positive change for future generations,’ 34 long standing public service workers throughout various government departments were recognized for their unwavering service in the public service sector, some for more than 40 years. Minister of State in…
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The Freeport News Sports Week in Review

The 2018 Grand Bahama Port Authority Conchman Triathlon highlighted this past week’s stories in sports. Shaunae Miller-Uibo was named the top female athlete by the North American Central America and Caribbean Athletic Association. Also, a local private school principal walked away as the winner of a brand-new category introduced by the Bahamas Bodybuilding and Fitness…
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