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My Fellow Bahamians:
On behalf of my colleagues in Government, my wife Delores, and on my own behalf, I extend to you and your family warm wishes for a blessed and happy New Year. I also extend these wishes to visitors to our country and to those listening to this broadcast overseas, especially Bahamian students and public officers in the service of The Bahamas.
FREEPORT – Hundreds of the people, including persons up to 60 years old, are turning out to register for the government’s job readiness programme on Grand Bahama.
The Democratic National Alliance (DNA) named nine candidates at a rally in Grand Bahama Saturday and its leader, Branville McCartney, detailed several initiatives his government would put in place during its first 180 days in office if elected the next government of The Bahamas.
The Nassau Guardian revealed last week the candidacy for the DNA of former Bahamas Bar Association president Wayne Mu...
Grand Bahama, The Bahamas - Marco City elections on June 23 showed a low voter turnout compared to the other more remote Family Islands, which depend heavily on local government.
"In the city of Freeport, the turnout was not as good. In some of the polling divisions, the turnout was as low as one-fifth of the registered voters or in some of the polling divisions, as low as 25 percent," said...
SIR JACK HAYWARD - Newly elected Junior Councillors from Sir Jack Hayward High School are pictured here along with Minister of State for Land and Local Government, the Honourable Byran Woodside following swearing-in ceremonies at that school on Monday Morning. Also pictured are Family Island Administrators for the City of Freeport and members of the City of Freeport District Council.
Prime Minister the Rt. Hon. Hubert Ingraham, accompanied by Housing Minister the Hon. Kenneth Russell, toured the $18.3 million Government Administrative Complex currently under construction on the Mall Drive in Freeport, on Saturday, September 18, 2010.
Freeport, Bahamas - Prime Minister the Rt. Hon. Hubert Ingraham, accompanied by Housing
Minister the Hon. Kenneth Russell, toured the $18.3 million Government
Administrative Complex currently under construction on the Mall Drive in
Freeport, on Saturday, September 18, 2010. The
65,000 sq.ft. complex will primarily accommodate The Bahamas Customs Department and the Immigration Department....
The public service commission investigating the aftermath of the killer tornado that struck Grand Bahama is recommending that two officers at the Meteorological Office in Nassau be disciplined.