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State of EMR Cemetery troubling for residents

CLEAN IT UP – Known as the ‘Old Eight Mile Rock Graveyard’ on Bay Shore Road, the old cemetery has become unsightly for many residents of that community and they are now calling for those in authority and responsible for the upkeep to, “clean it up!” (PHOTO: JUELANDA THOMPSON)

Known as the ‘Old Eight Mile Rock Graveyard’ on Bay Shore Road, the old cemetery has become unsightly for many residents of that community and they are now calling for those in authority and responsible for the upkeep to, “clean it up!” A number of residents voiced concerns to this daily on Saturday, June 22,…
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Supreme Courts’ improvements, impressive

ASSESSING WORK – Carlos Butler (kneeling), Assistant Project Architect in the Ministry of Works, Nassau assesses work taking place at the Garnet Levarity Justice Centre Supreme Courts on Thursday, June 20. Standing from left to right are Max Quant, Contractor, Noula Invesments Ltd; Carvel Moxey, Noula Investments Ltd. and Michael Rolle, Electrical Project Engineer in the Ministry of Works, Nassau. (PHOTO: JENNEVA RUSSELL)

While the recent inclement weather placed a damper on the progress of the nearly $2 million renovation work at the Garnet Levarity Justice Centre (GLJC), contractors assured that improvements are moving ahead, steadily. During a tour of the Supreme Court chambers on Thursday, June 20, contractors – Noula Investments Limited, headed by Max Quant, and…
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PM: FNM has revamped country’s economy

DR. HUBERT MINNIS Prime Minister

Since taking office as the government, following the landslide May 10, 2017 General Elections, the Free National Movement (FNM) has revamped The Bahamas’ economy and its operational projects that were left unfulfilled by former administration, the Progressive Liberal Party (PLP), said Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis, Leader of the FNM. The prime minister’s statement came…
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Vendors grateful for Small Business Fair and Expo exposure

CRYSTAL MCINTOSH-FLOWERS and RONNIE O’CONNO

Local vendors got the opportunity to advertise their businesses at the Grand Bahama Port Authority’s (GBPA) Small Business Fair and Expo on Thursday (June 20) at the Pelican Bay Hotel. Some of the participating vendors spoke to this daily about the importance of pursuing entrepreneurship in The Bahamas. Proprietor of Treat Me Sweet Custom Cake…
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