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Prime Minister Dr Hubert Minnis. Photo: Terrel W. Carey Sr/Tribune Staff

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Minnis' comments dismissing destruction of land 'crazy'

ENVIRONMENTAL activist Joseph Darville yesterday criticsed Prime Minister Dr Hubert Minnis for comments he made last week regarding Disney’s proposed development at Lighthouse Point in South Eleuthera.“That is one of the most craziest statements I’ve

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Minnis: We must not look like banana republic

PRIME Minister Dr Hubert Minnis has insisted he would not present the country as a “banana republic” on the international stage as he defended the size of his delegation at the recent United Nations summit.He used the phrase during remarks at a town

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PM 'has shown empathy after disasters in region'

PRESS Secretary Anthony Newbold yesterday defended Prime Minister Dr Hubert Minnis’ response to the Haitian earthquake, saying the nation’s leader has always shown empathy to Caribbean nations affected by natural disasters. However, Mr Newbold said

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Doctors press on with strike ballot

DESPITE “amicable” talks with Prime Minister Dr Hubert Minnis, who agreed to address their concerns, the Consultant Physicians Staff Association will conduct a strike vote today.

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Minnis (and brother) back Archer’s role

NEWLY-appointed Contractors Registrar Omar Archer has defended himself over concerns about his qualifications for the post, referring to construction experience dating back to his childhood.

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Minnis to step in on doctors dispute

PRIME Minister Dr Hubert Minnis said he will meet senior doctors in the public healthcare system this week to consider their concerns, hoping to stave off actions that could cripple the healthcare system.

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INSIGHT: There will be a heavy price to pay if we’re treated like children

IT is no secret that political factions within our country expect a level of loyalty from members of Cabinet in government. Often, when Members of Parliament who express feelings or views that conflict with the executive, the electorate may assume some discord within government. So it is at present within the governing Free National Movement, where it seems there are a few disgruntled backbenchers.

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INSIGHT: Would you invest here with declarations like this?

The PM’s edict that work permits are to be reduced simply because too many have been issued is nonsense and pure economic suicide.

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$6m fire and police station opened in Grand Bahama

PRIME Minister Dr Hubert Minnis officially opened a new $6m fire and police station in Grand Bahama Friday.

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‘Enough - too many foreign workers’: Minnis warns labour permits must decrease

Prime Minister Dr Hubert Minnis said yesterday more must be done to decrease the “thousands” of work permits approved annually in the country.


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