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    • Old mix with new to make up Local Govt
      Shortly after 8:00 p.m. on Thursday evening, unofficial results of the Local Government Elections from the Parliamentary Registration Department were revealed. For the City of Freeport District, which included portions of the Central Grand Bahama and East Grand Bahama constituencies and the entire Marco City and Pineridge constituencies, nine persons were required to fill the seats. In the Central Grand Continue Reading...
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    • Bannister highlights mismanagement of Capital Investment and Development Projects on GB
      Minister of Works T. Desmond Bannister during his House of Assembly Budget Debate Contribution on Monday, June 19, 2017 shone a spotlight on Capital Investment and Development Projects in Grand Bahama, which he alleges has been mismanaged by the former Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) led government administration. Varied degrees of mismanagement as it relates to the construction of the Smith’s Continue Reading...
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    • Local Govt voting process a smooth exercise for Hunters, Holmes Rock and West End residents
      The voting process for the 2017 Local Government Election went smoothly for residents of the Hunters, Holmes Rock and West End areas. Candidates and Presiding Officers spoke about the process yesterday – Thursday, June 22. Navidia Mills, Presiding Officer for Polling Division #2 at West End Primary School stated that things were slow, which was to be expected. “For this Continue Reading...
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    • Vocalists encouraged to hone talents at Vocal Boot Camp this weekend
      Timeless Vocal Boot Camp and Showcase is opened to singers of all genres of music, who are serious about honing their vocal talents and capabilities under the certified, professional tutelage of renowned vocal coach and recording artist Kelda ‘Timeless’ Sweeting beginning 9:00 a.m.- 1:00 p.m. this Saturday, June 24, 2017 at Canal House, Pelican Bay Resort. Participants of the Timeless Continue Reading...
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    • Early East GB voters hopeful to have recreational centers for their communities
      With Polling Divisions for the East Grand Bahama District located throughout the island, namely – East End Primary and Junior, Freeport Primary, Maurice Moore and Walter Parker Primary Schools – registered voters turned out early Thursday morning to cast their ballots in the Local Government Elections. This daily traveled to the East End Primary School yesterday – Thursday, June 22 Continue Reading...
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    • Candidates committed to service if elected
      Candidates for Marco City vowed to serve the public while in Local Government. Several candidates in that constituency spoke about their plans if elected, during Local Government Elections on Thursday, June 22. Kendal Culmer, a Marco City candidate said that he is very confident with the groundwork he and his team took part in. Speaking to the high volume of Continue Reading...
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