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Enforcing the law and preserving marine life focus of workshop

Pressing issues regarding the island and the country’s natural resources were the focus of a two-day workshop recently held at the Rand Nature Center. Representatives from the Department of Marine Resources, other government agencies and non-profit organizations attended the Fisheries Workshop, which was conducted Tuesday, October 24 and Wednesday, October 25.

Pressing issues regarding the island and the country’s natural resources were the focus of a two-day workshop recently held at the Rand Nature Center. Representatives from the Department of Marine Resources, other government agencies and non-profit organizations attended the Fisheries Workshop, which was conducted Tuesday, October 24 and Wednesday, October 25. Clement Campbell, Assistant District…
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GB Home for the Aged and Nursery celebrates 27 years

October 19 marked a significant milestone for the Grand Bahama Home and Day Care for the Aged Nursery and Preschool, as it celebrated its 27 years of serving the Grand Bahama community.

October 19 marked a significant milestone for the Grand Bahama Home and Day Care for the Aged Nursery and Preschool, as it celebrated its 27 years of serving the Grand Bahama community. The Home, the first of its kind in The Bahamas as an inter-generational center, has provided a safe haven for both the young…
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Campbell on two-day GB fact finding tour

Minister of Transport and Local Government, Frankie Campbell (at mic) not only heard concerns and issues facing departments under his portfolio, but pledged to address those issues and strengthen relationships moving forward. Seated at left is Jennifer Johnson, Acting Postmaster General.

Any and all issues facing workers in Grand Bahama that fall under the portfolio of the Ministry of Transport and Local Government, were shared with the minister responsible for those departments during a two-day visit to Grand Bahama. Minister Frankie Campbell and a team from the capital travelled to Grand Bahama Thursday (October 26) to…
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Drivers have until Oct. 31 to have new plates affixed

Road Traffic Senior Executive Officer GB, Charmaine Fernander, is appealing to drivers who have been waiting for the new license plates to arrive on island to come in and collect their vehicle tags.

Drivers have to October 31 to have the new license plates affixed to their vehicles otherwise they will be ticketed. To that end, Road Traffic Senior Executive Officer GB, Charmaine Fernander, is appealing to drivers who have been waiting for the new license plates to arrive on island to come in and collect their vehicle…
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