March 2, 2018
PLP Senator Dr Michael Darville.
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SENATOR Michael Darville has urged the government to “move with a sense of urgency” to resolve Acklins Central High School’s issues. The Progressive Liberal Party spokesman on health and education claimed the Department of Environmental Health Servi
SENATOR Dr Michael Darville has called for the government to address the reasoning behind "malfunctioning sterilisation equipment” at Princess Margaret Hospital, which have reportedly led to the suspension of several elective surgeries at the hospital.
The Opposition's health spokesman yesterday said it "makes no apologies" for handing an $18m contract to a vendor threatened with "far-reaching consequences" by the Public Hospitals Authority (PHA).
PLP Senator Dr Michael Darville said Education Minister Jeffrey Lloyd has a “duty to address this decline” after this year’s poor examination results.
SENATOR Dr Michael Darville is questioning the “credibility” of government’s Heads of Agreement for a new $64 million medical school in Grand Bahama.
THE Progressive Liberal Party is insisting it bears no responsibility for the current condition of the Children’s Ward at Princess Margaret Hospital, as it began repairs but was voted out of office.
SENATOR Michael Darville yesterday called the government’s bid to raise the value added tax (VAT) exemption ceiling for electricity bills from $200 to $300 a “hoodoo” political response to mounting public pressure.
DR Michael Darville, former Minister for Grand Bahama, is criticising the Minnis government for not tabling and making public a report on the safety assessment study undertaken in communities near the industrial park in Grand Bahama.
FORMER Minister for Grand Bahama and PLP Senator Dr Michael Darville is very concerned about a clause in the Heads of Agreement signed with Oban Energies that allows the proposed oil refinery project to continue despite the findings of an Environmental Impact Assessment.