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PRIME Minister Philip “Brave” Davis.

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PM: Bill’s ‘flexibility’ to end GBPA’s energy regulation

THE Prime Minister yesterday confirmed that the Electricity Bill 2024 provides “the flexibility” to remove the Grand Bahama Port Authority’s (GBPA) ability to regulate the energy sector in Freeport.

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PM on public disclosures: 'I made my deadline'

PRIME Minister Philip “Brave” Davis was tightlipped today over whether members of the governing party filed their public disclosures on or before the March 1 deadline as mandated under the Public Disclosure Act.

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UPDATED PM: It is ‘intolerable’ that GBPA has not lived up to deal

PRIME Minister Philip “Brave” Davis threatened to begin arbitration proceedings against the Grand Bahama Port Authority (GBPA) if it fails to pay more than $300m owed to the government within the 30-day deadline.

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INSIGHT: Should the govt be ‘about hiding the truth’, Mr Davis?

THE missteps by the administration of Prime Minister Philip “Brave” Davis in response to the international travel advisories have been staggering – so much so that we have now had a new round of reporting internationally, this time highlighting how Mr Davis wants to hide murders from the front page of our country’s newspapers.

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PM: KEEP MURDERS OFF THE FRONT PAGE – Davis says local press coverage of killings harming tourism

PRIME Minister Philip “Brave” Davis criticised local press coverage of the crime rate yesterday, saying prominent reporting of murders has a ricochet effect that is harming the tourism sector.

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bahamarich 4 months ago

Wow cover it up instead of doing something about it.Brilliant

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