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University of Bahamas North hosts panel discussion on mismanagement

VIRTUAL DISCUSSION – Social indifferences in Bahamian culture was at the fore for the University of The Bahamas North Campus’ panel discussion on Thursday, June 17. Pictured is UB’s Alumni Affairs and Development Officer Keturah Babb (left) and Artist Ben Ferguson Jr. (right), alumni of the university, whose art piece was removed from Taino Beach, as it was deemed racist by some residents. (PHOTOS: JAIMIE SMITH)

Social indifferences in Bahamian culture was at the fore for the University of The Bahamas North Campus’ panel discussion on Thursday, June 17. ‘Mismanaging Culture: A Discussion Panel,’ was the theme for the virtual panel discussion. The subject was the result of an art piece created by local visual artist Ben Ferguson Jr., which was…
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Small business, big impact … SAA celebrates 10th Anniversary

CELEBRATING 10 YEARS – Sweeting Administrative Advisors (SAA) are celebrating 10 years of being a pioneer in the virtual and shared office environment. Founder and CEO, Jamal Sweeting noted that despite the challenges of the past two-plus years with Hurricane Dorian and COVID-19, he is encouraged by the entrepreneurial spirit of Grand Bahamians. (PHOTO COURTESY OF GBPA)

“Although Grand Bahama has faced major economic challenges in recent years, investor confidence remains steady in Freeport. In fact, we continue to see a consistent increase in the number of persons looking to start businesses, especially in the micro and small business sectors,” stated Founder and CEO of Sweeting Administrative Advisors (SAA), Jamal Sweeting, a…
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GBUC enters next phase of $5 million Reverse Osmosis water facility

GBUC UPDATE – The Grand Bahama Utility Company (GBUC) is pleased to provide an update on the development of its new three-million-gallon Reverse Osmosis (RO) plant and the return of full potability to customers across Grand Bahama. Development of the $5 million facility has entered the next phase with the arrival of the initial RO units and back up generation, and with completion of the RO columns and generator pads. (PHOTO COURTESY OF GBUC)

The Grand Bahama Utility Company (GBUC) is pleased to provide an update on the development of its new three-million-gallon Reverse Osmosis (RO) plant and the return of full potability to customers across Grand Bahama. Development of the $5 million facility has entered the next phase with the arrival of the initial RO units and back…
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