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AML Stores Designated Hurricane Collection Sites for Grand Bahama Red Cross - Oct 8, 2015 - 3:08:15 PM

Grand Bahama residents now have a convenient way to donate to Hurricane Joaquin relieve efforts thanks to a partnership with AML Foods Ltd and the Grand Bahama Red Cross.

Solomon’s Freeport on Queen’s Highway, Solomon’s Lucaya in the Seahorse Plaza and Cost Right Freeport now serve as collection sites for the non-profit organization as they seek to provide assistance to islands in the southern Bahamas.

“As a corporate citizen, we are committed to assisting in whatever way we can to bring aid to those impacted by Hurricane Joaquin. Shortly after the storm, we reached out to the Grand Bahama Red Cross and agreed..."
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Freeport Office of the Public Workers Cooperative Credit Union Opens - Oct 7, 2015 - 3:22:33 PM

FREEPORT, Grand Bahama – The work of cooperatives in Grand Bahama received high praise from Minister for Grand Bahama, the Hon. Dr. Michael Darville, during the official opening of the Freeport Office of the Public Workers Cooperative Credit Union on Friday.

Minister Darville brought remarks on behalf of the Hon. Michael Halkitis, Minister of State in the Ministry of Finance, who was called away to attend to matters concerning the effects of Hurricane Joaquin in the Central and Southeast Bahamas...
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Grand Bahama Minister on Hurricane Relief for the Central & Southern Bahamas Islands - Oct 5, 2015 - 11:22:23 PM

Today, I have with me a team of government and non-government officials, comprised of a working committee, who will aid in the hurricane relief efforts on Grand Bahama Island, for those islands in the Central and Southern Bahamas that were affected by Hurricane Joaquin.

This committee, spearheaded by the Ministry for Grand Bahama in conjunction with NEMA, The Departments of Urban Renewal and Social Services, The Royal Bahamas Defence Force, The Grand Bahama Christian Council, registered non-profit organizations including The Red Cross, Salvation Army and 700 Partners, represents a unified force and coordinated effort to assist our brothers and sisters in the family islands who have been affected by this devastating storm...

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Grand Bahama Power Co. Closed Today 12:30pm - Oct 2, 2015 - 1:13:29 PM

Grand Bahama Power Company is working diligently to prepare for the oncoming storm, Joaquin is presently a category 4 Hurricane and continues to linger over the central and Bahamas.

Grand Bahama Power Company continues to track the progress of Hurricane Joaquin and pay close attention to all weather advisories. We have activated our Emergency Service Restoration Plan as well as our Emergency Response Team which will enable us to prepare and respond safely and efficiently...
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TEDxGrandBahama talks now viewable online - Sep 18, 2015 - 3:54:37 PM

Freeport, Grand Bahama - On August 08, 2015, TEDxGrandBahama returned for its second year and featured four young Bahamian speakers who used their experiences to bring different perspectives on the event’s theme of “Furthering Bahamian Development.” 

Following the talks, the audience engaged with the speakers during a moderated panel discussion, at which time they were able to explore further the ideas put forth by the presenters and even share their own ideas...
Grand Bahama Boys Youth Soccer League starts Sept. 19 - Sep 18, 2015 - 2:49:43 PM

Freeport, Grand Bahama Island - Players, parents and coaches will all receive a boost this weekend when the Freeport Rugby Football Club expands its successful soccer programme to offer for the first time a BOYS YOUTH SOCCER LEAGUE.

The Youth Programme  has run for over thirteen years on the island  and,  as well as helping promote the game,  has helped countless  boys  obtain overseas college scholarships, receive  national recognition and even play professional soccer in Europe!
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(Audio) Coalition of Concerned Citizens campaign for electricity& fuel rate reduction in proportion to decrease in cost of oil - Sep 11, 2015 - 2:43:52 AM

Freeport, Bahamas - (Statement) Two years ago the Coalition of Concerned Citizens launched the Lower the Cost of Power Campaign on September 16, 2013 on the grounds of the closed Fenestration Glass Company, a company that closed its doors due to the high cost of electricity. The high electricity rate is still an hurdle for the operation of business on Grand Bahama Island. Thousands of people still live in darkness and businesses continue to close. In recent months businesses like the International Sewing Center which is a business that was in existence for more than 40 years has closed. Animale, another very popular clothing store in Port Lucaya also recently closed. Many businesses continue to scale back operations and potential investors are turned away from Grand Bahama due to excessive electricity cost. ENOUGH IS ENOUGH...
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100% Bahamian Owned Venture to Make its Mark in GB’s Tourism Sector - Sep 10, 2015 - 10:41:15 AM

Freeport, Bahamas - “I am impressed by the diversity of the Arawak Adventures Group; they have created a partnership, not only as a team of talented individuals, but as investors as well,” shared Ian Rolle, President of The Grand Bahama Port Authority, Limited (GBPA) as he congratulated stakeholders of the Arawak Adventures Group on the ground breaking of Bahamas ZIP this past weekend.   

“As we can see, the result is a $1.4M tourism product which lends support to an important market need, the creation of employment opportunities for locals, and a catalyst for substantial ‘spin-off’ opportunities for likeminded visionaries,” he stated...
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U.S. Chargé d’Affaires and USS Roosevelt Host Reception on Grand Bahama - Sep 9, 2015 - 3:05:56 PM

On Friday, September 4th, U.S. Chargé d’Affaires a.i. Lisa Johnson in partnership with USS Roosevelt and the United States Northern Command (USNORTHCOM) hosted an evening reception onboard the USS Roosevelt at the Freeport Harbour. More than 200 invited guests included a cross-section of the Grand Bahama community representing central and local government, education, the business community and law enforcement. Among the officials on hand for the event were Commander, USS Roosevelt, Jason Reller, Minister for Grand Bahama, Dr. Michael Darville and former Bahamas Ambassador to the United States C.A. Smith...
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USS Roosevelt’s visit, a reminder of US-Bahamas' strong, deep bilateral partnership - Sep 8, 2015 - 10:15:57 PM

Freeport, Grand Bahama The following are remarks by Charge d’Affaires Lisa Johnson delivered at the USS Roosevelt Reception in Freeport Harbour on Friday, September 4, 2015 at 6:30pm:

Ladies and gentlemen, good evening. It is a pleasure to be back in Freeport among so many friends of the United States. It is also wonderful to welcome the U.S. Navy back to Freeport. I hope that you will join me in giving Commander Jason Reller and the men and women of the USS Roosevelt a warm Bahamian welcome to Freeport and Grand Bahama Island. Commander Reller, thanks to you and your crew for hosting us here this evening...

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"Hawksbill Creek Agreement area reduced to original 50k acres," says Davies Associates report - Sep 4, 2015 - 4:54:54 PM

Davies Associates Ltd, (DAL), a Freeport based Project Management consultancy, recently commissioned a study into the economic development of Grand Bahama Island with the objective of replacing unproductive criticism of the general climate of inactivity with new initiatives.

DAL has already proposed the development of Freeport’s Grand Bahama International Airport to establish a regional hub and has now released its conclusion that the Hawksbill Creek Agreement (HCA) must be reformed as a precursor to further economic development...

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Maritime industry of Grand Bahama sees milestone - Sep 4, 2015 - 2:24:16 PM

Grand Bahama Island - On September 9, 2015, the management of Svitzer Corporation will hold an official commissioning ceremony for two new tugboats: the Svitzer Yuma and the Svitzer Freeport. A third tugboat, the Svitzer Hanne, has recently been refurbished.

The ceremony will be taking place from 10am to noon at the Freeport Harbor, Berth 6 and 7. A cocktail reception will take place immediately after the christening of the tugboats...
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Work on Grand Bahama's $6.2M Fire Station Progressing Well - Aug 31, 2015 - 6:28:13 PM

FREEPORT, Grand Bahama – Work is progressing well on Grand Bahama’s new $6.2 million Fire Station.

Work on the facility began shortly after the Government of The Bahamas entered into a contract with Patrick McDonald Construction Company on July 28, 2015.

The new station is being constructed on three acres of land on Settlers Way, near Sergeant Major Drive and Fairfield East...
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Western Air Set to Unveil State of the Art Terminal in Grand Bahama - Aug 31, 2015 - 4:00:01 PM

Grand Bahama, Bahamas – Western Air, the largest one hundred percent Bahamian owned and operated airline in The Bahamas, will open its six million dollar, state- of- the- art terminal on Saturday. The Passenger Terminal, Maintenance Hangar and Corporate Offices will officially open at Grand Bahama International Airport this Saturday, September 5th, 2015 with a public invite to all.

Once the new terminal opens, all Western Air flights arriving and departing to and from Freeport will operate from the fully equipped facility. The company’s latest terminal is a larger version of its headquarters in San Andros, and the company expects this new terminal will push the envelope in Bahamian travel offering its passengers more comfort, convenience, safety and luxury...

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Grand Bahama Power Co. "committed to transparency," says McDonald - Aug 31, 2015 - 1:22:32 PM

Freeport, The Bahamas – (Statement) As part of the Regulatory Framework established with the Grand Bahama Port Authority (GBPA) in 2012, the Grand Bahama Power Company (GBPC) has provided a submission for GBPA’s review.

The Framework, the first of its kind in the Bahamas, set out electricity rates for 2013 to 2015 which resulted in no increase to customers’ all-in costs for the period.

It is clear to us that the GBPA has been building their regulatory knowledge over the past several years through the use of...
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Grand Bahama road closures for Military Funeral of Sir Albert Joel Miller - Aug 27, 2015 - 5:23:34 PM

Freeport, Bahamas - Full Military Funeral Service for the late Sir Albert Joel Miller, Deputy Commissioner of Police (Retired), which will be held at the Pro Cathedral of Christ the King Church in Grand Bahama on Saturday, August 29th.

As a result a funeral procession of police officers will leave Police Headquarters travelling south on the Mall Drive to Pioneers Way, continuing east on Pioneers Way to the Pro-Cathedral of Christ the King Church.
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Grand Bahama Residents Prepare for Hurricane Erika - Aug 27, 2015 - 4:34:16 PM

FREEPORT, Grand Bahama – The Grand Bahama Hurricane Committee, headed by the Administrator for the City of Freeport, Mr. Charles King, and Ms. Tammy Mitchell are in full operational mode.

Administrator King held a press conference on Thursday at his office in the National Insurance Complex, Freeport, to give an update on the impending threat of Hurricane Erika to Grand Bahama Island.

That press conference was attended by all stakeholders, including senior officials from the Defence Force, Ministry of Works, Ministry of Health, Department of Social Services, Ministry of Education...
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Grand Bahama Port Authority affirms GBPA regulatory compliance - Aug 26, 2015 - 4:34:07 PM

Freeport, Bahamas - The Port Authority, along with their regulatory expert consultant have been working on GBPC’s rate filing over the last number of months. The Regulatory Framework, agreed to in January 2013, requires GBPC to submit a full rate case to the regulator (GBPA) in 2015 in order to apply for rates for 2016-2019. As in other regulated businesses, the Power Company has had to submit a number of studies and statistics in order to justify any change in rates. These included a Cost of Service Study (which determines the actual cost to serve various classes of customers), a depreciation study, service level information and detailed financials laying out the operating costs and the justification for them...
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Sir Albert Miller dies at 89 - Aug 18, 2015 - 9:08:46 PM

Freeport, Grand Bahama – We at the Grand Bahama Port Authority Group of Companies extend our heartfelt condolences to Lady Laurie Miller and the entire Miller family, on the passing of Sir Albert J. Miller, KCMG former Co-Chairman, former President, former Chief Executive Officer and sitting Director of the Board for The Grand Bahama Port Authority and Port Group Limited.

The passing of Sir Albert is a great loss not only for our company but also for our community. In his public life, Sir Albert was a leader in the industry. In his private life, he cherished his family and in turn he was cherished by them...

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Response to Tribune article, “Judicial Review Granted Over Fundamentally Flawed HCA Consultation” - Aug 18, 2015 - 12:57:13 PM

Response to Tribune Article 14 August 2015: “Judicial Review Granted Over Fundamentally Flawed HCA Consultation” by Davies Associates Ltd. (DAL), a Bahamian development advisory and project Management Company based in Freeport.

We disagree with the basis on which Fred Smith QC has obtained a judicial review by the Supreme Court into the legitimacy of the Hawksbill Creek Agreement Review Committee (HCARC).

We agree that the public interest is not served by the Government of the Bahamas suppressing dissemination of the McKinsey report...
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