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Prime Minister Dr Hubert Minnis.

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Minnis term was dogged by disaster

AFTER a four-year term plagued by devastating hurricanes and a global pandemic, Dr Hubert Minnis was unable to convince the Bahamian people to re-elect him.

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9,000 homes still relying on food assistance scheme

NEARLY 9,000 households in New Providence continue to rely on the national food assistance programme, an initiative that has cost the government $54m, according to Prime Minister Dr Hubert Minnis last night.

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PM’S PLEDGE TO HELP NEW HOME OWNERS: Minnis unveils range of concessions to kick start house building explosion

PRIME Minister Dr Hubert Minnis has said if re-elected the Free National Movement will provide housing construction concessions for all first-time Bahamian homeowners who are building an owner-occupied dwelling valued at $300,000 or less.

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Minnis to cops: Vote FNM

PRIME Minister Dr Hubert Minnis made a last-minute push for law enforcement officers to support the Free National Movement when they head to the polls in today’s advance poll, saying his government will reform conditions of service and realign salary scales if re-elected.

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PM promises Dorian tax breaks extension

The Prime Minister last night promised Abaco that he will extend Dorian-related tax breaks beyond their 2021 year-end expiration as part of efforts to “accelerate” the island’s rebuilding.

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Minnis gives his support to WSC chairman Gibson

PRIME Minister Dr Hubert Minnis fully endorsed Water & Sewerage chairman Adrian Gibson last night, days after questions emerged about contracts awarded under the Long Island MP’s tenure.

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READY TO RUN, DOC? Parliament prorogued - reconvenes September 22, PLP attacks Minnis for ‘playing games’

THURSDAY MORNING UPDATE: Commissioner of Police Paul Rolle, in his capacity as Provost Marshall, read a proclamation from Governor General CA Smith this morning dissolving Parliament. The next session of Parliament will be on October 6


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