Dr. Darville: Courthouse conditions being assessed

The Garnet Levarity Justice Centre

Minister for Grand Bahama, Dr. Michael Darville revealed that a consultant has already come in to assess the Garnet Levarity Justice Centre, along with all other government buildings following Hurricane Matthew.  Darville shared this during an exclusive interview with The Freeport News on Friday (January 6).     Darville said he believed the consultant to…
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Mobile registration suspends month end

Reno V. Smith

Mobile registration will be suspended come January 31 disclosed Reno V. Smith, Assistant Parliamentary Commissioner, before he announced dates for Mobile Voter Registration exercises island-wide.    “We just want to share some dates for mobile registration on the island, as the mobile registration exercise will be suspended come the January 31,” he reiterated.   Smith…
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Humanitarian efforts extend across the seas to assist those in need

Ken Williams (left) and Keith Cooper 

News of the devastation as a result of the passing of Hurricane Matthew last October, in particular on the island of Grand Bahama, saw many persons from near and far, lending a helping hand to do whatever they could to assist those severely impacted by the Category 4 storm.     Social media, being one…
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Administrator has high hopes for stationary fire emergency vehicle

Essential services as simple as a stationary fire engine is something that residents of East Grand Bahama have been petitioning for over the years, now they are hopeful that soon a fire emergency truck will be allocated to their area.    Traveling to the eastern end of the island recently, this daily spoke with Harvey…
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