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Wilson ready to serve BUT moving forward

READY TO MOVE ON – Suspended BUT president

Suspended Bahamas Union of Teachers’ (BUT) president, Belinda Wilson, is happy for not only herself, the former Treasurer and former Trustee, but for all the members of the BUT which she believes have been way too quiet since her suspension. Wilson, Lorraine Knowles and Mizpah Pintard-Munroe appeared in Court on Thursday (March 9) as plaintiffs…
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Wilson’s name to be placed on BUT election ballot for April 7

Belinda Wilson

While former President of The Bahamas Union of Teachers (BUT), Belinda Wilson, will have her name on the ballot next month, her other requests were not met as favorably in Court yesterday this daily learned.   After being suspended in December 2014 and again in March 2015, Wilson along with Lorraine Knowles and Mizpah Pintard-Munroe…
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$100m plus invested in improvements for GB

Prime Minister Perry G. Christie was the featured speaker at the 19th Annual Business Outlook

The government has spent over $100 million on specific capital and infrastructural improvements throughout Grand Bahama, said Prime Minister Perry G. Christie.   Christie, who also serves as Minister of Finance was the featured speaker at Thursday morning’s session of the 19th Annual Grand Bahama Business Outlook (GBBO) held at the Grand Lucayan Resort   …
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Pintard encourages youth to demand change

Michael Pintard

Motivational speaker, Michael Pintard addressed several concerns facing young people in Grand Bahama, during his presentation at the Rotaract Club of Freeport’s weekly meeting held at Geneva’s Restaurant on Wednesday evening.    Pintard, Free National Movement (FNM) Marco City candidate for the upcoming General Elections told the young club members, if they wanted to see…
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