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The general election of August 19, 1992 marked a critical turning point in the history of the nation, bringing with it an end to 25 years of governance by the Pindling-led Progressive Liberal Party (PLP). The Free National Movement’s (FNM) victory at the polls ushered in far-reaching shifts to the nation’s

Marijuana business hopefuls approach govt

The government has received approximately 10 letters of interest for marijuana processing and cultivation and for the import of marijuana-based

Power supply challenges island to island

As New Providence’s energy crisis continues to wreak havoc on lives and businesses, Perspective followed up on power generation concerns

Child support beneficiaries hopeful for resolution

Child support beneficiaries who have been subjected to over a year of painstaking delays in the disbursement of funds paid

Stalled

Plans for a proposed $2.5 billion revitalization of the former Ginn Sur Mer development in Grand Bahama and the promise

Over $11M in losses at Grand Lucayan

Taxpayers have lost $11.3 million in operational costs for the Grand Lucayan resort in Freeport since the government assumed ownership

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The general election of August 19, 1992 marked a critical turning point in the history of the nation, bringing with

Marijuana business hopefuls approach govt

The government has received approximately 10 letters of interest for marijuana processing and cultivation and for the import of marijuana-based

Power supply challenges island to island

As New Providence’s energy crisis continues to wreak havoc on lives and businesses, Perspective followed up on power generation concerns

Child support beneficiaries hopeful for resolution

Child support beneficiaries who have been subjected to over a year of painstaking delays in the disbursement of funds paid

Stalled

Plans for a proposed $2.5 billion revitalization of the former Ginn Sur Mer development in Grand Bahama and the promise

Over $11M in losses at Grand Lucayan

Taxpayers have lost $11.3 million in operational costs for the Grand Lucayan resort in Freeport since the government assumed ownership