Opinion

Youth development programmes significant

Member of Parliament for Marco City, Michael Pintard.

The Freeport News in recent publications, has highlighted two very important happenings, directly related to youth/business development. Access Accelerated, headed by Yvette O’Conno, teamed with the University of The Bahamas for a high-powered forum at which young business-minded individuals showcased their entrepreneurial ideas. There was a top award of $10,000. Then, Marco City Member of…
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Easter is a time of rebirth: What’s dead in you?

Your Weekly Motivation with Deborah Pratt

All nature heeds the call of spring As God awakens everything, And all that seems so dead and still Experiences a sudden thrill. (Helen Steiner Rice) Yes, it’s that time of year again when everything seems to come alive; birds are chirping, flowers blossom, garments are found in pretty pastel colours. All these things remind…
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FNM Govt. should re-examine NSA

Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis

The National Sports Authority (NSA) is the brainchild of the Free National Movement. The National Sports Authority Act 2011 evolved out of the third non-consecutive term of governance under Prime Minister Hubert Ingraham. It was intended that the NSA would hire its own management team, monitor, manage and market the sporting facilities owned by the…
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PLP Leader Davis contrite, admits seawall success

PLP OPPOSITION Leader Philip “Brave” Davis

Philip “Brave” Davis sought to justify the failure of the Progressive Liberal Party Government to deliver a completed Smith’s Point seawall when he was Minister of Works. Regarding the official opening of the extremely handsome venue on Friday, his words seemed a bit sheepish, as he had no choice but to acknowledge the reality. He…
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