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Prime Minister Dr Hubert Minnis.

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Minnis: Govt will only take up pledges which are in our interests

THE government will only pursue offers coming out of January’s Hurricane Dorian Pledging Conference that are in the best interests of the residents of the areas affected by the storm, Prime Minister Dr Hubert Minnis said on Tuesday. During his first

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Forget Florida - spend repair grants at home

PRIME Minister Dr Hubert Minnis officially launched the Small Homes Repair Programme in Grand Bahama to help residents rebuild their homes destroyed five months ago by Hurricane Dorian.

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Can you help us?

Minnis plea to world after hurricane

NEARLY 300 local and international delegates, including representatives of governments, multilateral agencies and financial institutions will convene at Baha Mar Convention Centre today for the widely anticipated Hurricane Dorian Pledging Conference.

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Minnis out of the country

PRIME Minister Dr Hubert Minnis left Nassau on a “personal trip” yesterday. According to a statement from the Cabinet Office, Dr Minnis will return on Saturday. In Dr Minnis’ absence, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Finance Peter Turnquest wil

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PM told: ‘Treat $2bn insurers with respect’

Bahamian insurers yesterday urged the prime minister to “treat the industry with the respect it deserves” over its $2bn Dorian-related payout after he suggested it was “holding back” recovery efforts.

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‘Put up or shut up’ on corruption claim

PRIME Minister Dr Hubert Minnis wants the representative of a non-profit organisation in Abaco to meet police and divulge details about a corruption allegation he made or apologise for the statement.


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