Bahamas being bullied by EU?

It is our position that the blacklisting of The Bahamas by the European Union (EU) amounts more to a bullying tactic. It’s a great world conglomerate of nations going after a small country. There is nothing outlandish about our tax system, nor our banking procedures. We operate at the apex of democracy and freedom of…
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Bethel-Moss moving on after excellent stint at GB Tourism

There are those stakeholders who are essential to the continued collective effort towards recapturing some of the magical atmosphere once characteristic of Freeport and the wider Grand Bahama, in yesteryear. Betty Bethel-Moss, who headed the Ministry of Tourism Office in Grand Bahama, is on the move, we understand. Very soon, we have been told, the…
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National Trust now opposed to Oban Project

The Government of The Bahamas and Oban Energies are now officially facing the opposition of the leading environment-associated organization in the country. The Bahamas National Trust (BNT) has always been very important in monitoring and maintaining the ecology characteristics of The Bahamas. Earlier this week, the BNT went public with a lengthy statement decrying the…
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Satpal Dhunna still an Oban Energies mystery

Who is Satpal Dhunna? He is the great mystery of the Oban Energies issue. The public now knows the name Satpal Dhunna quite well, as it is associated with Oban Energies LLC, a company reportedly based in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida. It is this same company that seeks to establish an oil refinery and storage…
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