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The body of a boy, believed to be that of 11-year-old Marco Archer, missing since Friday, was found in bushes in Cable Beach this morning.
Police are still combing the scene for evidence and are in the process of identifying the body.
Commissioner Ellison Greenslade revealed that the body was found in the back of an apartment complex on York Shire Drive in Cable Beach. He added that police h...
Scotiabank (Bahamas) Limited plans to launch its Carmichael Road branch by next monday, part of a $8.2 million capital project expenditure for 2012.
The 4,100-square-foot bank, nestled in one of the capital's fastest-growing communities, will be consistent with the look and style of the Cable Beach branch. While an official grand opening is expected in January, Scotiabank (Bahamas) has scheduled ...
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Nassau, Bahamas - Pauline Davis-Thompson, Harrison Petty and Mike Sands of the Bahamas
Association of Athletic Associations appeared as guests on 'The Sports
Guys' with Kevin Taylor on ZSR Sports Radio 103.5 FM this morning to
announce the upcoming Gala Awards Luncheon.
The luncheon which will be
held at 2pm on
at the Sheraton Nassau Beach
Resort on Cable Beach...
By MEGAN REYNOLDS
Tribune Staff Reporter
A GRIEVING single mother forced out of her home when she was unable to pay the rent was moved to tears by the generosity of a Tribune reader who has pledged to help her and her daughter find a new home for Christmas.
Baha Mar executive Richard English, from Winter Park, Florida, was so moved by The Tribune's article about Ther...
Nassau, Bahamas - As
part of our 2nd anniversary celebration, We The People (WTP) will hold
"Let's Roll Bahamas," a community-family event under escort of our
partner, The Royal Bahamas Police Force. This event is designed
especially for skaters and bicycle riders beginning and ending at
Goodman's Bay at 4pm on Sunday, November 18, 2012. (Flyer for route attached.).
Organized by First-30 mem...
The Minister of Labor and Social Development is in close contact with City Market to understand how it may assist workers as unease sets in over the recent store closures.
The Minister, Dion Foulkes, told Guardian Business yesterday he's in daily communication with Mark Finlayson, who along with his family owns 78 percent of the shares in City Market's
holding company Bahamas Supermarkets Limited....
By NEIL HARTNELL
Tribune Business Editor
THE WATER & SEWERAGE CORPORATION is hoping within the next one-and-a-half months to land a contract that will see it supply the $2.6 billion Baha Mar development with up to 1.7 million gallons per day, its general manager yesterday saying he believed a deal was "very close".
Glen Laville told Tribune Business that, in preparation for Cable Beach's transf...
Nassau, Bahamas - Prime Minister the Right Hon. Hubert A. Ingraham has
confirmed his participation as keynote speaker at Bahamas Business Outlook (BBO)
2011. Under the theme
Bahamian Economy: Fact, Fiction or the Real Alternative?", the premier
event is scheduled to take place Thursday, January 13, 2011 at the Wyndham
Nassau Resort, Cable Beach.
Following Prime Minister Ingraha...
As the BCA prepares to stage its first Homeowner Education Workshop tomorrow, important consumer protection measures in the new Contractors Bill may have to wait until next year to be codified into law.
President of the Bahamian Contractors' Association (BCA), Godfrey Forbes, told Guardian Business that a Government/BCA/Insurance industry meeting to address final issues surrounding the bill was he...
Custom Computers A's for Excellence Continues to make a Difference in Improving Education in The Bahamas
Nassau, Bahamas - Continuing in its tradition of
rewarding excellence in education, Custom Computers teamed up this year with The Hewlett-Packard Company to
present brand new computers to the winners of its Fourth Annual A's For
Excellence Awards Competition on Saturday, September 3rd, at its
Cable Beach Location. The promotion which started earlier this year, allowed
students throughout the Baham...
NASSAU, The Bahamas -- The
Bahamas and the People's Republic of China are deepening relations
particularly in the area of trade and commerce with the promotion of
the China Import and Export Fair.
Widely known as the Canton
Fair, the event will take place from October 14 to November 4, 2010
in Guangzhou, China, and will feature a number of Bahamian businesses.
The Hon Brent Symonette, Deput...
After a U.S. company performed an Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA), Gary Larson and his team had their work cut out for them.
Since then, Baha Mar has invested considerably in restoration.
Foremost on their list was oil-spill management, brought on by two old energy plants that once rested on Baha Mar property.
With one located near Commercial Village, and another close to Corridor 7, the tea...
Nassau, Bahamas - The
$3.5 billion dollar Baha Mar project that is infusing Cable Beach with
new life and upscale resorts, coupled with an improving economy, are
projected to fuel sales at a nearby multi-million townhome development
that is 'right-priced' for young professionals, according to a local
Sheldon Pitt, estate agent at Mario Carey Realty,
co-exclusive agents for the $6 m...
By NEIL HARTNELL
Tribune Business Editor
THE Bahamas Landscape Association's (BLA) co-chair yesterday said it was "wonderful" that the Government seemed to be recognising its certification accomplishments, after his company and others won a $2.2-$2.3 million contract from Baha Mar when a Florida-headquartered bidder withdrew.
The $2.6 billion Cable Beach developer had initially awarded the land...
By TANEKA THOMPSON
Tribune Staff Reporter
THE Bahamian Contractors' Association fears that a national training programme needed to certify construction workers for employment on the Baha Mar development will be impeded by inadequate funding.
The organisation is calling for a tangible commitment from the developers before work begins on the $2.6 billion Cable Beach re...
UNDER the distinguished patronage of Phil and Bridgette Smith, the Roadrunners Track & Field Club held its 11th Annual Presentation and Awards Banquet Saturday at the Wyndham resort, Cable Beach.
The theme of this year's event was "Achievement: Accepting No Limitation - A Pillar of Excellence; An Attitude of Success". Minister of Education Desmond Bannister was the keynote speaker.
The club, hea...
It's only been about a month since Trans Island Traders Ltd. bought the City Market chain of food stores, but company CEO Mark Finlayson has said the downward financial spiral endured by the chain has ended.
Shrinkage (loss by theft and spoiled goods), major refrigeration problems and issues with creditors brought City Market to near closure a month ago, said Finlayson as he monitored the restocki...
The Water and Sewerage Corporation (WSC) will spend more than $30 million upgrading its infrastructure in preparation for the $2.6 billion Baha Mar project, Minister of State for the Environment Phenton Neymour confirmed.
In August, Prime Minister Hubert Ingraham said the government would need to borrow $50 million to complete infrastructure upgrades at Cable Beach.
Neymour told The Nassau Guardia...