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Miller pledges ‘full faith’ in Prime Minister Minnis

File photo shows political friends from left Free National Movement Chairman Sidney Collie, Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis and veteran Progressive Liberal Party politician Leslie Miller. The Scene was a rally on the campaign trail prior to the May 10, General election

Outspoken politician Leslie Miller said on Sunday that he has “full faith” in leaving his grandchildren in the hands of Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis. In a post-general elections exclusive interview with The Freeport News, Miller pointed out that prior to the elections he had expressed his confidence in Dr. Minnis as prime minister. He…
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FNMs warned against ‘selfish agenda’

Deputy Prime Minister K. Peter Turnquest head of the Grand Bahama group and Mrs. Turnquest; along with political colleagues Minister Michael Pintard; Senator J. Kwasi Thompson; and Member of Parliament-elect for West Grand Bahama & Bimini and Mr. Edgecombe listened attentively to the sermon during the Rogation Sunday Service at the Anglican Episcopal Church of the Ascension. Also pictured in second row are former Cabinet Ministers, the Hon. Maurice Moore and Hon. C. A. Smith.

Father Michael Gittens, rector of the Anglican Episcopal Church of the Ascension, on Sunday during his sermon, warned the government against any intentions to “execute” a selfish agenda. In attendance during the Thanksgiving (Rogation) Service, were Deputy Prime Minister of the Commonwealth of The Bahamas and Minister of Finance K. Peter Turnquest; Minister of State…
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Businessman ‘vex’ over indiscriminate dumping

Michael Jones, KMW Battery and Tyre Sales Proprietor expressed concern over a large garbage pile left in the area of the company’s new business site. (PHOTO: JENNEVA RUSSELL)

Michael Jones, KMW Battery and Tyre Sales Proprietor on Wednesday, May 17 alerted the Freeport News to a brazen act of indiscriminate dumping on the curbside of the former Caribbean Bottling Co. Ltd. (Coca-Cola), Cedar Street and West Settler’s Way. Twenty-five bags of garbage along with two barrels and other miscellaneous items were piled up…
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Pampering the children

The management and staff of Control Chemicals and ‘Lend a hand Bahamas’ have answered the call to assist the Grand Bahama Children’s Home with much-needed supplies. Pictured during the presentation are Eddie Whan, third left, and Shelia Johnson-Smith, GBCH Executive Director, second right. (PHOTO: BARBARA WALKIN)

With almost 30 young residents presently living at the Grand Bahama Children’s Home (GBCH), necessities are always needed on a day-to-day basis to maintain a wholesome, sanitary environment – a feat, which they have been able to accomplish for the past four decades. The high cost of much-needed supplies has taken a toll on the…
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