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The Utilities Regulation and Competition Authority (URCA) is pleased to announce the appointment of C. Vincent Wallace-Whitfield as general counsel with effect from August 1, 2012.
Wallace-Whitfield joined the Public Utilities Commission, which preceded URCA, in December of 2006 as senior legal counsel, and later as senior case officer, following the 2009 establishment of URCA. In these capacitie...
Freeport, Grand Bahama - FNM GB Council Announces The Following Events: At the direction of our party leader the Honourable Dr. Hubert Minnis The Public are invited To Attend and participate in the annual activities to Honour of our Late Founding Father & Party Leader Sir Cecil Wallace Whitfield...
By DENISE MAYCOCK
THE Free National Movement has planned a number of activities this weekend in Grand Bahama to celebrate the life and legacy of the late Sir Cecil Wallace Whitfield, who founded the FNM party in 1971.
Since the start of Bahamian competition in the Olympic Games and World Championships, no Bahamian has participated in the 800 meters (m) or anything longer. Mind you, Julian Brown from Bimini was enlisted to participate in the 800m in the Rome Games. However, he fell sick and was unable to participate. He was still a student of St. John's College at the time.
Two years later at the Central America...
Tourism high performers received a spectacular show of gratitude January 30, when winners of the 13th Annual Cacique Awards were revealed at the awards ceremony at the Rainforest Theatre.
It is the fundamental right for each and every Bahamian to have access to healthcare regardless of their religion, creed, race or financial status. It is the role of Government to ensure the basic rights of individuals are met, it is the goal of my Government to ensure that the Bahamian people have full access to quality and affordable healthcare.
I join my voice with all who have spoken or written expressing sadness at the passing of Sir Clement Maynard. Sir Clement served in parliament for the better part of the 30 years between 1967 and 1997; first in the Senate and then in this place where he was returned by his constituency on six consecutive occasions Ė Gambier twice and Yellow Elder four times.
Japanís newly appointed Ambassador to The Bahamas, His Excellency Hiroshi Yamaguchi, paid a courtesy call on the Prime Minister, Rt. Hon. Hubert A Ingraham, at the Cecil Wallace-Whitfield Building, Cable Beach, October 15. He is pictured right exchanging a gift with the Prime Minister.