Editorial

Transparency, moral realism expected of Govt.

In this space recently we pointed out that after the many promises regarding proposed revitalizing projects for Grand Bahama, the people are wanting, mostly now, something tangible. They want to actually see something that visibly demonstrates promises beginning to be fulfilled. We at this time, remain still with the mindset that this government, headed by…
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Local investors of significance to GB’s economy

On Saturday past, a truly wonderful event captivated the hospitality/tourism sector of the island. The occasion was the official opening ceremony for the Pirate’s Cove Zip Line and Water Park in the Taino Beach area. Particularly noteworthy is the fact that the impressive product is the creation of Bahamian entrepreneurs. Indeed, an all-Bahamian collection inclusive…
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GBPA challenged to continue aesthetic outlook

The Grand Bahama Port Authority (GBPA) really deserves high marks for its aesthetic outlook over the last several years. The “I Love Freeport” campaign was simply excellent and should not have been stopped. It heightened the imagination of visitors in a positive way and made residents proud as they travelled along the Mall and engaged…
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Police community operation likely for Grand Bahama

Acting Commissioner of Police Samuel Butler was in the capital island of New Providence on Thursday. Of course, on Thursday, in New Providence, in particular, the Centreville Community, a massive joint operation was carried out by officers of the Royal Bahamas Police Force and the Royal Bahamas Defence Force. No doubt, ACP Butler was right…
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