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Bostwick-Dean receives Letter of Appointment to the Senate

Press Release – Mrs. Janet Lissette Raquel Bostwick-Dean received her Letter of Appointment to the Senate during a ceremony at Government House on Monday 2 December 2019. The appointment follows the resignation of Senate president Mrs. Kay Forbes-Smith who will take up the post of Managing Director of the newly created Bahamas Disaster Reconstruction Authority.

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  • Prime Minister Minnis announces leadership of Reconstruction Authority

    Press Release – Prime Minister the Most Hon. Dr. Hubert Minnis today announced members of the leadership team that will head up The Bahamas Disaster Reconstruction Authority. The Hon. Kay Forbes-Smith will serve as the Authority’s Managing Director. Mr. John-Michael Clarke and Mr. Algernon Cargill will serve as chairman and vice-chairman, respectively, of the Authority’s

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  • The Committee of Ambassadors of the African, Caribbean, and Pacific (ACP) Group of States

    Brussels, Belgium | 14 November 2019 Chairperson of the ACP Committee of Ambassadors; Dean of the ACP Group of States; Secretary-General; Excellencies; Ladies and gentleman: A very pleasant good morning. It is a privilege to address you today on the occasion of my visit to this historic city in the heart of Belgium and at

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  • Prime Minister Minnis accepts donation for Expo 2020 Dubai Bahamas Pavilion

    Press Release – Prime Minister the Most Hon. Dr. Hubert Minnis accepted a $100,000 donation from ALIV to help fund The Bahamas’ participation in Dubai Expo 2020, during a check presentation at the Office of the Prime Minister on Monday 28 October. The funds will go toward the development of The Bahamas Pavilion that will

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  • Heads of Agreement signed for Baha Mar Phase II

    $300 million investment to create 1,000 jobs Press Release – The Government of The Bahamas today signed an agreement for the second phase of development of the Baha Mar Resort. The approximately $300 million investment is expected to draw even more visitors to the country and will immediately provide 500 jobs during its construction phase.

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