Editorial

GB residents given ‘A’ grade for compliance

In photo from left are Minister of State for Grand Bahama in the Office of the Prime Minister, Sen. J. Kwasi Thompson and Chairman of the Grand Bahama Port Authority (GBPA), Sarah St. George.

Each weekend, mindful of the obligation of the Fourth Estate, we monitor the curfew/lockdown scenario. A drive through various sections of the City of Freeport, and, the out-areas on the Southern Shores, East and West Grand Bahama, verified the high level of compliance to the national emergency mandate of the Government of The Bahamas. Undoubtedly,…
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Kudos, to Govt., health authorities for leading battle against COVID-19

All things considered, the Government of The Bahamas, led by Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis; and additionally, our health experts, under Minister of Health Dr. Duane Sands, are due praise and encouragement. They have been doing quite well, especially, when compared to peers throughout the world. The situation of high caution, limited known cases of…
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COVID-19 crisis alters Holy Week

Like never before, Holy Week, 2020, has been altered. Coronavirus (COVID-19) is the culprit. This disease, for which there presently is no vaccine, has brought about major lifestyle changes around the world. So much has COVID-19 been right in the face of the world, that a very special period, held dear by millions throughout the…
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Quasi-Government status of GBPA due full recognition

Grand Bahama Port Authority

More so than ever before, it is submitted here, that the quasi-government status of the Grand Bahama Port Authority (GBPA) has come to the forefront. There have, indeed, been hurricane catastrophes. Hurricane Dorian, which blasted us during early September of 2019, was a horrific experience for Grand Bahamians, especially those in East End. We were…
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