Widower Leroy Bowe issued a desperate plea for witnesses to the traffic accident two months ago that claimed his wife’s life to come forward as he seeks closure in her death.
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Despite the efforts of the Red Rose Ball Committee and the U.S. Embassy, attempts to educate the Haitian community regarding the deadly disease known as AIDS were unsuccessful over the weekend after no one showed up for the informative workshop.
It was announced that the slave-uprising drama Tula: The Revolt, starring Danny Glover, will close this year’s Trinidad & Tobago Film Festival
Indiscriminate dumping is apparently on “an even larger scale now” in the community, environmental officials at the Grand Bahama Port Authority Limited (GBPA) said.
If one examines the structures of and many of the appointments to the government’s boards, it is patently clear that those organizations are exempted from the international standards of corporate governance which are imposed on local private institutions.
Freeport Oil Company Limited (FOCOL) has broken its silence surrounding the ‘bad gas’ issue and is now asking customers with pending claims to be patient.
According to the politicians, crime is down. However, lawlessness is up. Over the last few weeks, a number of tragedies have occurred in paradise, yet people seem to be turning a deaf ear and blind eye to them.
A group of residents from Grand Bahama are speaking out over the lack of a fire station, the number of working fire hydrants, fire trucks and adequate manpower on their island.
Tensions continue to rise as motorists experience more vehicular headaches due to “contaminated” fuel being sold at gas stations around Grand Bahama.