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PM Dr. Minnis praises local investment group

HAVING A CHAT – David Wallace, CEO of Pirate’s Cove Zip Line and Water Park, chats with Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis following the opening ceremony on Saturday February 3. (PHOTOS: JENNEVA RUSSELL)

A government that is dependent on foreign investors to a large degree, is also appreciative of those native Bahamians who take of the challenge of establishing major business operations. The Prime Minister of the Commonwealth of The Bahamas, Dr. Hubert Minnis expressed such at the official opening of the Pirate’s Cove Zip Line and Water…
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Indiscriminate dumping of waste items lamented

PINERIDGE LANDFILL – Officials of Sanitation Services Limited encourage residents of Grand Bahama to utilize the Pindridge Landfill as opposed to committing the offense of indiscriminate dumping. (PHOTO: JENNEVA RUSSEL)

The chief administrator of the city’s primary dump, in a recent exclusive interview with The Freeport News, admonished those who frustrate the efforts to maintain a totally efficient facility, through random dumping. Despite making The Pineridge Landfill highly accessible and accommodating to residential and commercial residents on the island, General Manager of Sanitation Services Limited,…
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More than trash talk

NEW PURPOSE – Old vehicle tires are being used by Sanitation Services to create a Wetland Project at the Pineridge Landfill.

From a distance, one may view the Pineridge Landfill as the city’s dump, where trash, debris and other unwanted waste are disposed of at will. However, on closer inspection of the site it is evident that detailed analysis, precision and expertise has been put into making the landfill operate as smoothly as it does. A…
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Partnering in EMRHS beautification project

HARD AT WORK – Members of the Eight Mile Rock High School’s Interact Club recently joined forces with the Rotary Club of Sunrise GB to beautify the school’s grounds. Several club members are pictured painting the Fort at the school. (PHOTO COURTESY OF EMRHS)

The Rotary Club of Sunrise Grand Bahama and the Interact Club of Eight Mile Rock (EMR) recently joined forces to beautify the Eight Mile Rock High School grounds and add to the landscape of the learning institution by planting a Neem tree. Yasmin Popescu, Rotary Club of Grand Bahama Sunrise president, revealed that planting trees,…
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