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April 20 the law firm of Halsbury Chambers will host a free legal forum at the British
Colonial Hilton, Exuma Island Room, titled Wills,
Living Wills & Trusts. The first in a new series and sister to the
annual Free Legal Clinic "Information
You Need for the Life You Want," the mini-forum will be limited to the
first 50 persons to pre-register and will be held from 11am to 1pm...
On April 20 the law firm of Halsbury Chambers will host a free legal forum at the British Colonial Hilton, Exuma Island Room, titled Wills, Living Wills & Trusts. The first in a new series and sister to the annual Free Legal Clinic “Information You Need for the Life You Want,” the mini-forum will be limited to the first 50 persons to pre-register and will be held from 11am to 1pm.
Single mother Shyanne Rolle with her three children, from left, Pedro, Pedronique and Briasia. AHVIA J. CAMPBELLShyanne Rolle, 29, a single mother-of-three, is struggling to make ends meet amid the COVID-19 pandemic. "I ain't looking for no money," Rolle told The Nassau Guardian yesterday. "I looking for a nice job or someplace for me and my kids where we could be [...]
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AS he rebuked Official Opposition members, House Speaker Halson Moultrie said he is willing to "risk everything" to maintain order and decorum in the lower chamber.
FYRE Festival organizers were so desperate to salvage the doomed luxury event that one producer said he was willing perform sexual favours on a Customs official.
Deputy Prime Minister Peter Turnquest said yesterday that the government is willing to listen to the alternative plans and ideas of the business community to grow government revenue without increasing taxes, though he maintained that the Ministry of Finance made its decision to increase value-added [...]
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THE government can no longer permit "free passes" in the health services sector due to huge revenue deficits, according to Health Minister Dr Duane Sands who yesterday said he was willing to meet with irate funeral directors in response to their protest outside of the Princess Margaret Hospital on Friday.
Philip Brave Davis and Obie Wilchcombe are rivals. Wilchcombe would be in the race for leader if he had won his seat in the general election. Instead, his close ally Glenys Hanna-Martin is up against Davis to lead the Progressive Liberal Party (PLP). Davis and [...]
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The island of Grand Bahama has the infrastructure and the people ready to embrace industry says the Minister of State in the Office of the Prime Minister with responsibilities for the island...