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Pintard voices concerns regarding ‘pressures on Grand Bahama’s struggling Middle-Class’

Free National Movement (FNM) candidate for the Marco City constituency Michael Pintard 

Free National Movement (FNM) candidate for the Marco City constituency Michael Pintard recently discussed mounting concerns regarding pressures being placed on Grand Bahama’s middle-class, which he maintains has been struggling for several years.   With the 2017 General Elections fast approaching, Pintard noted that it is important for the future Government of The Bahamas to…
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Young engineers preparing to compete in international challenge

 Members of the National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE) Junior Bahamas Chapter is gearing up for a conference in Kansas City

The National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE) Junior Bahamas Chapter is gearing up for a conference in Kansas City, Missouri to compete in the 1080 Student Racing Challenge this week.    Trenicka Rolle, Chapter Advisor spoke with this daily over the weekend (Saturday, March 18) about the club and its upcoming trip.   “We are…
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Arthur and Moss taking command of the troops and the books

 Razhena Arthur (right) of Bishop Michael Eldon School and Courtney Moss (left) of St. Georges’ High School are two amazing young women

Razhena Arthur of Bishop Michael Eldon School and Courtney Moss of St. Georges’ High School are two amazing young women, who are leading in the Defense Force Rangers and in the classroom.    Both young ladies are front runners among their peers and are on the honor roll at their respective schools, with high GPAs. …
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Former employees allege ‘bad treatment’ by new boss

Employees of Western Bakery voice their concerns to labor activist

Former employees of Western Bakery gathered outside the establishment Friday (March 24) morning, claiming the new owners discarded them like they were “animals” as they prepared to bring in new staff.   Several of the displaced employees spoke to the media outside the business, where they were once employed, many for over a decade.   …
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