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Prime Minister Dr Hubert Minnis.

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ALICIA WALLACE: It is on us to call politicians out

We are past the halfway mark. The Free National Movement administration has been in place since May 2017, and there were many who did not think it would last. It is unclear how they thought the government would change, but people were convinced there would be an unprecedented shift. We have yet to see it.

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800 more jobs - as PM says unemployment rise after storm was expected

DESPITE the government reporting an increase of unemployment in Grand Bahama and Abaco after Hurricane Dorian, Prime Minister Dr Hubert Minnis said about 800 people have been hired recently.

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PM: We owe you so much - thank you

PRIME Minister Dr Hubert Minnis yesterday thanked the National Emergency Management Agency and other public officers who served on the frontline and helped in the immediate aftermath of Hurricane Dorian.

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Minnis’ ‘smokescreen’ to hide FNM problems

PROGRESSIVE Liberal Party deputy leader Chester Cooper said Prime Minister Dr Hubert Minnis should do more than just talk about marijuana decriminalisation, adding the Minnis administration should be drafting the necessary law changes for debate in Parliament as soon as possible.

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PM: Time to wipe the slate clean

PRIME Minister Dr Hubert Minnis supports expunging criminal records of people convicted of possessing small amounts of marijuana, he said yesterday.

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Abaco to get VAT relief immediately

PRIME Minister Dr Hubert Minnis has announced the drafting of an order to immediately make Abaco a value added tax-free zone.The order, when enforced, would override government’s previously announced start date of December 1.However, the change will

PM praise for new building proposals

PRIME Minister Dr Hubert Minnis praised Nassau’s redevelopment as he marked the opening of a building on John F Kennedy Drive that will be occupied by Sunshine Insurance, Commonwealth Brewery and Gateway Ascendancy.

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Trust fund to help families rebuild

PRIME Minister Dr Hubert Minnis said undocumented immigrants will be banned from Abaco’s Family Relief Centre.


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