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The ‘new and improved’ Goombay Land, promises to be more than an entertainment center

PM VISIT – Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis got an update on the progress of the Goombay Land Skate Park that is currently under renovation from co-owner Janet Butler, during his monthly visit to Grand Bahama on Friday, May 18. (PHOTO: JENNEVA RUSSELL)

Prime Minister Dr. Hubert A. Minnis traveled to Grand Bahama on Friday (May 18) for his monthly visit and got the opportunity to tour and assess the progress of Goombay Land Go-Cart and Skating Rink. Accompanying the prime minister were Minister of State for Grand Bahama Senator J. Kwasi Thompson; Permanent Secretary Harcourt Brown; Parliamentary…
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Honoring the ‘Stars’ at Walter Paker Primary

APPRECIATING TEACHERS – Walter Parker Primary School kicked off Teachers’ Appreciation Week with a Prayer Breakfast Monday, May 14. Minister of Youth, Sports and Culture Michael Pintard was the guest speaker. A few of the educators at the school share big smiles as they enjoyed their treat. (PHOTOS: JENNEVA RUSSELL)

Walter Parker Primary School kicked off Teachers Appreciation Week – Monday, May 14 – with a Prayer Breakfast on campus. Edna Gomez, principal of Walter Parker Primary School spoke to this daily about the week of celebrations planned for educators. “We always try to begin by invoking God’s presence,” she said. Sharing the theme for…
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No official ID on island’s latest traffic fatality victim


Police officials have yet to release the identification of Monday (May14) traffic fatality victim; however, this daily learned that the male is a native of Indonesia. Unconfirmed reports are that the victim was a crew member of a vessel docked for repairs at the Grand Bahama Shipyard. He along with three others were visiting a…
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Turnquest: Technology is rapidly transforming the way we live

KEYNOTE ADDRESS – Minister of Finance K. Peter Turnquest, Deputy Prime Minister was the keynote speaker at Total Educational Center’s (TEC),Technical Education Awareness Week Thursday (May 17) morning. DPM Turnquest reminded those in attendance,”technology is rapidly transforming the way we live.” (PHOTO: JENNEVA RUSSELL)

Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Finance K. Peter Turnquest celebrated Technical Education Awareness Week with Total Educational Center (TEC) president, Fred Delancy, students and faculty on Thursday, May 17. Training tomorrow’s workforce in careers through technical education serves as the operational theme of TEC, which was established in 2005. TEC is committed to motivating…
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