Editorial

PLP not credible in Grand Bahama

A tall order is in front of the Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) as it tries to convince Grand Bahamians to listen to national representatives Leader Philip Davis and Chairman Fred Mitchell. There is no doubt that the PLP has a credibility issue in Grand Bahama. The party’s two big executives were in town on Thursday.…
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Thompson proves to be a driving force in Office of PM

Some were surprised when Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis chose Senator Kwasi Thompson to head the Office of the Prime Minister in Grand Bahama. There was wide skepticism, for sure. However, he stepped right in, boldly, and established a strong presence. Senator Thompson gave an indication quite early of how up front he would be…
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Foreign workforce expands

As one moves about Grand Bahama there are many indications that the foreign workforce is expanding. We wish to point out that the industrial sector in which the vast amount of incoming foreign persons are employed, might well be functioning justifiably. For instance, it could be that the foreign employees, who, are bussed in and…
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Public entitled to more details of Oban refinery

It is imperative for the Government of The Bahamas and Oban Energies LLC to provide the general public with the Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) report as well as all other details related to the proposed oil refinery and storage facility in East Grand Bahama. From the outset of the announcement in the House of Assembly…
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