Tuesday, 21 November 2017

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The community of Long Island is celebrating the signing of a contract that will see a two-classroom block and pre-school erected at Mangrove Bush Primary School.  
Public Works and Transport Minister, the Hon Neko Grant along with Education Minister, the Hon Desmond Bannister visited the new technical block at NGM Major High School, Wednesday, August 17.  
THE government fears a fuel shortage is imminent if drivers continue to panic buy in preparation for a possible strike. 
An 8 month pregnant woman becomes the country’s 91st murder victim for 2011, after being gunned down in Eastern New Providence Wednesday night. 
 GBPA has sought and received explanations from the Grand Bahama Power Company as to the seemingly unprecedented increase in electricity billing.  
With a new school year about to begin, and overcrowding and inadequate facilities still a problem in most schools throughout The Bahamas, the Democratic National Alliance (DNA) is calling on the Government of The...
The Democratic National Alliance (DNA) holds firm in its position that neither the Free National Movement nor the Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) has any practical solution to our crime problem, and the proposed plan...
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