Black Swan is the code name given to the rescue operation which will be conducted on Grand Bahama April 1-5, 2013.
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The two-day workshop, sponsored by the Bahamas Association of Local Government Authorities, reminded Local Government officials of the key role they play in the development and upkeep of their communities.
V. Alfred Grey, Minister of Agriculture, Marine Resources and Local Government, said that he intends to bring dignity and accountability back into sailing.
The Ministry for Grand Bahama and the Bahamas Agricultural and Industrial Corporation are tied at the hip as it relates agri-business and light manufacturing
For over 20 years toxic industrial fumes have reportedly affected the general health of the students and staff at the Lewis Yard Primary School. The school has now been relocated.
Emera, owner of the Grand Bahama Power Company, is being encouraged to buy into the Government’s plan to significantly reduce the cost of electricity on Grand Bahama Island.
Minister for Youth, Sports and Culture presented $42,000 in seed money to the 11 groups participating in the upcoming 2012 Annual Junkanoo Parade on Grand Bahama.
Grand Bahama’s two leading oil companies, BORCO and Statoil have launched programmes and training in an effort to empower young people.
Minister for Grand Bahama Dr. Michael Darville began his courtship with the cruise industry, with an eye on potential job opportunities for locals on board the various cruise ships serving the island.