Minister of National Security Dr. Bernard Nottage recently tabled the breakdown of costs associated with the January 2013 gambling referendum, but brushed off a request by Free National Movement Leader Dr. Hubert Minnis that the government table the costs of payments to consultants it hired.
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Tensions continue to rise on Grand Bahama as a result of the high cost of premium fuel sold by leading fuel provider Freeport Oil Company Limited (FOCOL).
In light of Grand Bahama Port Authority Limited (GBPA) former Chairman Ian Fair’s resignation, Member of Parliament for Marco City Gregory Moss is calling for a Bahamian successor.
The need for speed will finally be fulfilled, as local race car drivers will get an opportunity to accelerate down a new track, in the coming weeks.
The Underwater Explorers Society (UNEXSO) has expressed concerns that mooring systems, independently financed by that organization, are being intentionally removed and damaged.
Bryan Collins gratefully sings the praises of Rand Memorial Hospital and the rapid work done to save both his life and limb following a near death encounter with a blacktip Caribbean reef shark.
Even though the Bimini Sands Resort is willing to offer private pilots a rebate to offset newly implemented government processing fees, club members are standing by their decision not to return to The Bahamas.
Former world number one Australian professional tennis player Lleyton Hewitt will once again prove there’ s nothing like a Sands Beer by wearing the Sands logo when he competes in the U.S. Open as he did when he competed in Wimbledon 2013.
There is growing concern over the number of traffic accidents involving pedestrians, particularly with one of the three in the last few weeks proving fatal.