Editorial

Grand Lucayan demonstrates profit potential

The Grand Lucayan Hotel demonstrated over the weekend, the potential to be profitable, and an excellent extended economic partner of great value for Grand Bahama. Hosted at the complex was the Grand Bahama Sports Promotion Association’s two-day Edward St. George Memorial Invitational Golf Tournament, inclusive of the pairings cocktail party, held on Friday past at…
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Government on limb with Grand Lucayan

The Government of The Bahamas finds itself out at the very end of a shaky limb. This Grand Lucayan issue is a tough one to address appropriately. The government is between a rock and a hard place, damned of it does and the same if it doesn’t. The Lucayan Renewal Company, the holding firm the…
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Grand Bahama linked to NCAA sports history

November 6, 2018 will be cemented in Grand Bahama sports history, with an NCAA flavor, forever. On that milestone occasion, Grand Bahamian Yolett McPhee-McCuin, in her first game as the Head Coach in women’s basketball at the University of Mississippi, led the Ole Miss Lady Rebels to a 60-42 victory over the Norfolk University Lady…
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PM struggles to keep party on good course

The Free National Movement Government had a come-to-reality opportunity over the weekend during a two-day conclave.  On both the first day, this past Friday when parliamentarians met at the FNM Headquarters in the capital island of New Providence; and the following day at the Holy Trinity Activity Centre, when the wider family of supporters attended,…
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