Walking the streets of Grand Bahama one is immediately confronted with the notion that this island has seen better times.
Grand Bahama experienced another island-wide power outage Wednesday afternoon, the second in less than two weeks.
An audit report confirms the allegations of Operation Justice for Grand Bahama, the group that spearheaded a slew of actions against the Emera-owned GBPC.
PLP MP Leslie Miller shoots off his mouth, accusing a column writer of a racist “conspiracy to enslave the minds of Bahamians” regarding LNG, but a few facts put the matter into perspective.
Police showed up at Butler’s Food World after reports that the store had been illegally reconnected to Grand Bahama Power, though Butler insists he is on a generator.
Whirlpool Corporation has introduced a pair of new top-loading washing machines that significantly reduce water consumption.
BEC has released a statement following threats of outages by workers, encouraging the union not to take action to the detriment of the country.
The PLP claims that it will enable LNG contracts to benefit all Bahamians if they are re-elected but in the past they have failed to act in the best interest of Bahamians and have proven only to have a history of kickbacks and corruption.
Two assistant general managers at the Bahamas Electricity Corporation were fired. No reason was given so far. Both were suspended for outages in Abaco in 2011 and have a court case pending