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Government making steady progress in post-Dorian redevelopment

Government grateful for generous assistance of private sector and non-profits BLACKWOOD, Abaco – Eleven million dollars has been spent and hundreds of homeowners assisted so far under the Disaster Reconstruction Authority’s (DRA) Small Home Repairs Program for Grand Bahama and Abaco residents impacted by Hurricane Dorian, said Prime Minister and Minister of Finance the Most

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  • Prime Minister Minnis presents 24 Crown Land grants to residents of Crossing Rocks, Abaco – Government executing strategy to grant government-owned land to Bahamians

    CROSSING ROCKS, Abaco — Twenty-four Crown Land grants were presented to residents of Crossing Rocks today as part of the Government’s pledge to ensure that displaced residents of this community destroyed by Hurricane Floyd in 1999 received title deeds to their properties in order to rebuild. The pledge was made to residents in 2018 following

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  • Presentation of Land Grants for Crossing Rocks, Abaco – Prime Minister and Minister of Finance Remarks

    Ladies and Gentlemen: On September 14, 1999, Hurricane Floyd made landfall in Abaco as a Category Four storm, barreling through communities, tearing off roofs, flooding homes and dislocating hundreds of residents.  The community of Crossing Rocks became one of the many victims of this treacherous storm. During a visit to Crossing Rocks, on June 1st

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  • Prime Minister Minnis announces new COVID-19 measures for New Providence, Abaco and Eleuthera

    In an address to the nation on Sunday 8 November, the Prime Minister pointed to the progress recorded on New Providence and Abaco since restrictive measures were introduced a month ago. Since then, there have been reductions recorded among key health indicators watched closely by health officials, including the number new cases of COVID-19, transmission,

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  • Prime Minister Minnis announces additional relaxation measures for Grand Bahama and other islands

    FREEPORT, Grand Bahama – Prime Minister the Most Hon. Dr. Hubert Minnis today announced additional relaxation measures for the island of Grand Bahama and other Family Islands, including the resumption of in-store service for retailers and indoor dining at most restaurants. These changes apply to all islands listed in the Second Schedule, except New Providence. The

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