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Govt. on track with commitment to selling Grand Lucayan Resort

BUSINESS SESSION – Business executives from both the public and business sectors attended the one-day 21st GB Business Outlook that took place on Thursday, February 15 at the Grand Lucayan Resort. (PHOTO: JENNEVA RUSSELL)

The Bahamas Government is on track with its commitment to sell the multi-million-dollar Grand Lucayan Resort, attendees at the 21st Annual Grand Bahama Business Outlook 2019 heard from Minister of State for Grand Bahama in the Office of the Prime Minister, Sen. J. Kwasi Thompson, yesterday. “Ladies and gentlemen, the government is on track with…
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Island’s revitalization is on the horizon, says Sen. Thompson

OPENING REMARKS – Minister of State for Grand Bahama in the Office of the Prime Minister, Sen. J. Kwasi Thompson, delivered the keynote address during the 21st GB Business Outlook 2019 that took place on Thursday, February 21 at the Grand Lucayan Resort.

Under the theme, ‘Connecting resources, Maximizing opportunities, Transforming Grand Bahama,’ the Grand Lucayan Convention Centre was filled to capacity yesterday – Thursday, February 21 – for the 21st Annual Grand Bahama Business Outlook 2019. Minister of State for Grand Bahama in the Office of the Prime Minister, Sen. J. Kwasi Thompson, served as keynote speaker…
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Conch under threat in some parts of the country

MICHAEL PINTARD Minister of Agriculture and Marine Resources

Giving a brief update on a few pertinent issues that affect his ministry, Minister of Agriculture and Marine Resources Michael Pintard noted in the House of Assembly on Wednesday (February 20) morning that like the Nassau Grouper, it is evident that based on scientific research, conch preservation is paramount, particularly in some areas of the…
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Colonial Group International breaks ground for new GB Office Complex

GROUND BROKEN – Ground was officially broken for the new Colonial Group International Property, Grand Bahama Office Complex on Wednesday, February 20. On hand for the event from left were Deputy Prime Minister K. Peter Turnquest, Minister of Finance; Lynda Gibson, Executive Vice President/General Manager, Atlantic Medical Insurance; Dr. E Grand Gibbons, Chairman of Colonial Group International (CGI); Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis; David Gibbons, Director of the Board (CGI) and Naz Farrow, CEO Colonial Pensions Services. (PHOTOS: JENNEVA RUSSELL)

The revival of Grand Bahama has begun, stated the nation’s leader Dr. Hubert Minnis, pointing to the groundbreaking ceremony of Colonial Group International (CGI) Property, for its Grand Bahama Office Complex. The turning of the soil tradition took place yesterday – Wednesday, February 20 – at The Mall Drive site, where the prime minister was the…
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