Flooding Emergency

Minister of Public works inspecting the High Rock seawall. As a result of hurricane Matthew in 2016, Grand Bahama obtained 70 percent of the economic loss and damages of The…

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Minority Communities, Devastated by Dorian

Minority Communities, Devastated by Dorian
Photo Courtesy Meridith Kohut for BuzzFeed News (November 2019)

Minority can be defined as, culturally, ethnically, or racially distinct group that coexists with but is subordinate to a more dominant group. In Grand Bahama Haitians are the largest minority…

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How Do We Restore the Tourism Industry in Grand Bahama? An Interview with Keith Cooper

How Do We Restore the Tourism Industry in Grand Bahama? An Interview with Keith Cooper
Photo Courtesy of West End Ecology Tours

Tourism has been an integral part of the Bahamian economy since the demise of the cotton, sisal, sponges, lobster, legume, salt and plywood industries in the 1860s (Tourism History).  The…

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