News

CCRA continues to deliver

EMERGENCY SUMMIT – The Cornell Computer Reuse Association Hurricane Relief Summit for Grand Bahama Island was attended by members from Cornell pictured from left are the late Sandra Temkin, Joseph J. Kohler III, Alan Heiman (Club founder) and Devang Dave, past president.

Cornell (University) Computer Reuse Association (CCRA) continues to outfit schools and charitable organizations in Grand Bahama with computer systems to assist with technological advancement, through its representative Joseph ‘Sharkbite’ Kohler. The most recent donation of 50 computers – to the Ministry of Education, Science and Technology, and the Cancer Society of Grand Bahama – is…
Read more

Princess Court Ministries to celebrate 11th Anniversary

THE TEAM – Purity without question is beautiful and Minister Stephanie Burrows (seated centre), Princess Court Ministries (PCM) Founder and Executive Director and her team aims to protect and encourage girls between the ages five to 18 years old in remaining sexually pure before and after marriage through biblical mentorship. (PHOTO COURTESY OF THE PRINCESS COURT)

Purity without question is beautiful and Minister Stephanie Burrows, Princess Court Ministries (PCM) Founder and Executive Director aims to protect and encourage girls between the ages five to 18 years old in remaining sexually pure before and after marriage through biblical mentorship. Celebrating Princess Court Ministries’ 11th anniversary, which will kick-start Saturday, March 3 at…
Read more

Second Micro and Small Business participants receive grants

GRANTS PRESENTED – Minister of Youth, Sports and Culture Michael Pintard, announced names of the individuals and their companies who received the government’s Self-starter Grant assistance, during a press conference at the Office of the Prime Minister. (PHOTO: JENNEVA RUSSELL)

The second cohort of participants in the Grand Bahama Micro and Small Business Empowerment Program received their Self Starter and Business Evolution Grants yesterday – Monday, February 26 – during a presentation at the Office of the Prime Minister. The program was launched by Prime Minister of the Commonwealth of The Bahamas Dr. Hubert Minnis…
Read more

EIA critical component in Oban Energies HOA

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)

The most vital aspects of the Heads of Agreement (HOA) signed between the government and Oban Energies last week (February 19) is the Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA), which must be completed and approved prior to the billion-dollar project moving forward, admitted Senator J. Kwasi Thompson, Minister of State for Grand Bahama in the Office of…
Read more

Pin It on Pinterest