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September 21, 2011
CLIMATE CHANGE THREAT UNDER DISCUSSION AT UN CONFERENCE

By CELESTE NIXON

Tribune Staff Reporter

cnixon@tribunemedia.net

A UNITED Nations conference on the many threats small island countries like the Bahamas face from climate change was convened in the capital yesterday.

Minister of Education Desmond Bannister officially opened the UNESCO Experts Meeting on Climate Change Education for Sustainable Development and Adaptation in Small Island Developi...

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September 23, 2011
New Contractors Bill unlikely this year

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...

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March 01, 2013
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November 13, 2012
Teen Girl Dad Arrested With Firearms Drugs - Man Arrested at LPIA With Suspected Cocaine - Fire at Magic City Night Club

Teen Girl & Dad Arrested With Firearms &

Drugs: A fifteen (15) year old teen girl and her
fifty (50) year old father are in police custody after being found in
possession of two (2) illegal pistols and a large quantity of ammunition
and suspected marijuana.

Man Arrested at LPIA With Suspected Cocaine:

A twenty-eight (28) year old male of
Antioquia Columbia was arrested after he was found in...

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September 14, 2011
Jet ski operators concerned about increased competition

A group of jet ski operators claimed yesterday that the government has lifted a moratorium on their industry and this could put them out of business.
"At this time we don't need the door open for persons to have an unlimited number of jet skis,"  said Philip Moss, who heads the Cable Beach Tropical Water Sports Association.
"It is not good for the industry because there is already a sufficien...

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September 09, 2011
Baha Mar Ltd. opens new lane in roadworks on Cable Beach Strip

Nassau, Bahamas - Motorists travelling
west along the Cable Beach strip will now experience an even smoother
flow, as they now have access to a new lane. Baha Mar management report
that road works connected to the mega resort project are moving along
as planned.

 

 "The purpose
of opening this westbound lane is to allow us to get to the scope of
work we need to do on the eastboun...

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December 13, 2010
Prime Minister to Deliver Keynote at Bahamas Business Outlook 2011

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

"Diversifying The
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...

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November 04, 2012
Let's Roll Bahamas - 2nd Anniversary Celebration of We The People

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 on Sunday, November 18, 2012. (Flyer for route attached.).

Organized by First-30 member, To...

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September 06, 2011
Men charged with web shop robbery

The men accused of holding up a local web shop last week were yesterday arraigned in a magistrate's court on several counts of armed robbery.
Alrick Wimms, 27, of Milton Street; Tomeko Bannister, of Hamster Street, Cable Beach, and Shakatorie Thompson, 31, of Yellow Elder, appeared before Chief Magistrate Roger Gomez in court one.
The men were recently released from hospital after their alleged in...

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December 07, 2010
Wendy's unveils new look

The Thompson Boulevard branch of Wendy's was the second of the chain's nine restaurants to unveil a fresh new look to support the brand's new image.

Beyond being aesthetically pleasing, the goal of the renovation was to upgrade the facility and cater more fully to the needs of the many different customers who frequent it.

"This restaurant is the second in our chain of nine to undergo this kind o...

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September 01, 2011
LANDSCAPE GROUP WINS 2.2-2.3M BAHA MAR AWARD

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...

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September 22, 2011
COB president signs climate commitment

EMBRACING the spirit and ideals of a carbon neutrality agreement endorsed by a network of more than 600 American colleges and universities, College of The Bahamas president Dr Betsy V Boze yesterday signed the Presidents' Climate Commitment.

The agreement commits institutions of higher learning to minimising the emission of greenhouse gases that cause global warming which has special significance...

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August 29, 2011
Breezes staff to get portion of wages

SuperClubs Breezes yesterday said it would pay staff a percentage of their wages to minimse the impact of its two-month closure until November 1, 2011, as it moves to repair roof damage caused by Hurricane Irene.

Explaining in a statement that it was impossible to keep the property open while the repairs were taking place, the Cable Beach-based resort said it had no option but to temporarily lay-...

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August 30, 2011
VIP director extends the 'personal' touch

"Celebrities, premiers, prime ministers, Arab sheiks," Andrea Gray, Director of VIP Services at Atlantis' Royal Towers, rattled off yesterday.
She was describing the types of guests she and her team of 35 attend to - "discriminate guests" accustomed to receiving that "personal touch" and the highest levels of service, she said.
Working with a team of concierges, butlers and food and beverage profe...

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December 13, 2012
UN: Debt-to-GDP ratio Hitting 15

The country's debt-to-GDP ratio is expected to expand to around 15 percent despite a modest economic recovery for 2012, according to a report by the United Nations.
The Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC), a regional commission within the United Nations comprising 44 member states, found that The Bahamas experienced 2.5 percent growth this year.

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August 22, 2011
100 Bahamian firms hired for Baha Mar

By NEIL HARTNELL

Tribune Business Editor

"Close to" 100 Bahamian companies have been engaged on $100 million worth of contracts awarded on Baha Mar's $2.6 billion Cable Beach expansion, a senior executive yesterday saying the project was "on target" to achieve its projected economic impacts.

Robert Sands, Baha Mar's senior vice-president for external and governmental affairs, told Tribune Busin...

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September 21, 2012
Remarks by Attorney General at Crisis Center Peace Conference

Nassau, Bahamas -  Enclosed is Remarks by Attorney General at the Crisis Center Peace Conference
at the Sheraton Nassau Beach Resort, Cable Beach, Nassau on 20th Sept
2012.

When I think about
peace, I think of that popular song, "Let there be peace on earth and let it
begin with me, let there be peace on earth the way that it was meant to be, with
God as our father, brothers all are we, le...

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September 19, 2012
Book explores what makes companies successful

Growth and profitability is the top priority for most Bahamian businesses, but one that's becoming increasingly difficult to achieve. However, some companies do it well, delivering sustainable growth year on year. So what makes these companies so successful? And more importantly, what can your business learn from them?
In their book 'Growth Champions' Tim Jones, Dave McCormick and Caroline Dewi...

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September 10, 2010
Scotiabank'playing dangerous game'

ByScott Armstrong
Guardian Business Editor
scott@nasguard.com
twitter.com/guardianbiz
Scotiabank is playing"a dangerous game with the future of The Bahamas"over Baha Mar, one leading economist has toldâ The Nassau Guardianas those behind the$2.6 billion project prepare to sit down for more talks with their creditor.
The Nassau Guardiancontacted several leading lights in the banking sector t...

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October 01, 2011
Bahamas joins China in celebrating 62nd Anniversary

The Commonwealth of The Bahamas joined the People's Republic of China in celebrating its 62nd anniversary at which both countries highlighted bilateral accomplishments since diplomatic ties were formed in 1997.
A reception marking the founding of the People's Republic of China was held Wednesday, September 28, at the Sheraton Cable Beach Resort, where both sides made toasts as a signal of goodwill...

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