Opinion

Equinor rises to challenge

SPILL OVERVIEW – Equinor’s Terminal Manager Kevin Stuart, Incident Commander of ‘Dorian Response,’ assured that the company is committed to cleaning up the oil spill that took place at the plant in East Grand Bahama, during Hurricane Dorian.

Equinor has stepped up to the challenge of a devastating Hurricane Dorian, and, is providing a grand restoration example. The equivalent of over 100,000 barrels of oil got spilled when Dorian, gusting at over 200 miles per hour, crashed into the huge containers at the Equinor South Riding Point storage facility in East Grand Bahama.…
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Public deserves clarity of disaster related notices

Often, notices put out by the government are convoluted and they create confusion. Based on the number of telephone calls, emails, WhatsApp and text messages we have fielded, it is clear that there is uncertainty among the residents of Freeport, in particular, regarding the tax-free concession made by the Government of the Bahamas for areas…
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Hurricane Dorian unleashed his fury on The Bahamas

Your Weekly Motivation with Deborah Pratt

YOUR WEEKLY MOTIVATION The unprecedented, catastrophic, Category 5, Hurricane Dorian that made landfall in The Bahamas September 1 to 3, 2019, has left the islands of Abaco and Grand Bahama in a state of devastation. The road ahead would be a long and difficult one as we attempt to rebuild our islands.  While listening to…
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Davis disappoints again

PLP OPPOSITION Leader Philip “Brave” Davis

Dear Editor, I was shocked to see in the newspapers on Wednesday that seemingly, Philip “Brave” Davis was playing politics with the tragedy that happened in Abaco and Grand Bahama. Hurricane Dorian was the strongest hurricane to ever hit The Bahamas. It was the second strongest storm by wind ever in the Atlantic. The devastating…
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