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 MP Parker-Edgecombe has high hopes for West GB, Bimini area

COMPLEX UPDATE – Member of Parliament for West End and BImini Pakesia Parker-Edgecombe gave an update on the Administrators complex in Bimini that is set to be completed November 2019. (Photo: Jenneva Russell)

A new administrative complex will open soon in Bimini and the constituency’s representative has high hopes for her entire area. Started by the previous Progressive Liberal Party administration and more than two years into the present Free National Movement Government, the building is behind schedule, but Pakesia Parker- Edgecombe, Member of Parliament for West Grand Bahama…
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West End’s dump  project on stream 

PAKESIA PARKER-EDGECOMBE, West GB and Bimini, MP

The West End dump project is very much on stream according to the representative of the area. Member of Parliament for West Grand Bahama and Bimini, Hon. Pakesia Parker-Edgecombe recently informed The Freeport News that phase one of the West End dump site clean-up program has been successfully completed and “it’s moving full steam ahead onto phase…
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Doctors strike continues

DOCTORS CONTINUE TO STRIKE – Junior physicians at the Rand Memorial Hospital (RMH) continued to withhold their services yesterday, Thursday, August 22, as they await an agreement from the government regarding their holiday and overtime pay. RMH Senior House Officer and Bahamas Doctors’ Union, Grand Bahama representative Dr. Andrew Taylor (pictured) said, the strike is all about “principle.” (PHOTO: JENNEVA RUSSELL)

Junior physicians at the Rand Memorial Hospital (RMH) continued to withhold their services yesterday, Thursday, August 22, as they await an agreement from the government regarding their holiday and overtime pay. The physicians held a meeting on Wednesday, August 22 at the Foster B. Pestaina Auditorium, where they spoke with union president in New Providence…
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BPSU members take their plight to the street

UNION MEMBERS TAKE IT TO THE STREET – Members of the BPSU and were joined by their counterparts from other unions as they staged, what they called a “walkabout” outside the Office of the Prime Minister on Thursday, August 22 to air their concerns. Law enforcement officers were on the scene and requested the group to disburse immediately. (PHOTO: JENNEVA RUSSELL)

Local Bahamas Public Services Union (BPSU) executives and members took to the streets yesterday – Thursday, August 22 – in what they termed a “walkabout,” with the hope of getting the attention of government representatives and advancing the negotiations on their long-standing issues. Prior to Thursday’s “demonstration,” the members met Wednesday (August 21) evening at…
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