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Freeport, Grand Bahama - A
new building supplies retailer in Grand Bahama is bringing employment
opportunities and competitive choices to that island's economy.
Freeport Building Supplies is a new venture with a father at the helm
and his Nassau-based son injecting the capital into the operation.
Raymond Simpson, Jr, president and the one hundred per cent owner of
the fully Bahamian company, said...
By ALISON LOWE
TAKING on more than 30 employees, and with plans to expand in coming months, a new Gladstone Road building and home supply store yesterday said it expects to benefit from what its owners and others forecast to be a boom in retail demand in western New Providence.
Wong's Home Centre, which includes a 10,000 square foot retail space, is a ...
By NEIL HARTNELL
Tribune Business Editor
The $15 million worth of Commercial Village construction contracts issued last week by Baha Mar will have a "significantly higher trickle down impact" on the Bahamian economy than anticipated, particularly for local building materials suppliers, because they do not stipulate the use of Chinese-sourced materials.
Confirming that the four contracts handed ...
The Bahamian Contractors' Association (BCA) honored several of the country's top contractors during its second annual Christmas Awards Luncheon held on December 15 2011. Awards were given to contractors in four major BCA membership categories, which include building contractor of the year levels one through three and general contractor of the year.
Building Contractor of the year level one, ...
Nassau, Bahamas -
Building supplies essential
Some families who lost everything in a devastating fire last week are now starting the grueling process of rebuilding.
45 persons were left homeless after a fire destroyed eight uninsured
houses situated on a plot of generation land in the Ferguson
Services provided the fire victims - all blood relatives - with...
One of the single largest shipments of supplies for Hurricane Irene relief will arrive in Acklins this evening for the construction of 12 homes, according to National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA) Director Captain Stephen Russell.
The government approved plans last month to rebuild 19 homes destroyed by the storm on three Family Islands, according to Russell.
He said the 12 homes on Acklins w...
If last weekend's Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) motorcade from Freeport to West End and the political rally that immediately followed are indicative of what lies ahead in the upcoming general election, an objective observer could reasonably conclude that Grand Bahama is no longer Free National Movement (FNM) country. That claim could equally be supported because of the abject government ne...
Nearly two years after the government introduced a campaign geared towards collecting outstanding lease payments from Potter's Cay Dock vendors, Agriculture Minister V. Alfred Gray yesterday revealed that they still owe nearly 200,000 collectively.
Last year Gray threatened to shut down the businesses of vendors who were not making lease payments.
Following an audit conducted in 2012, it was revea...
The government has revealed some of the first details of its value-added tax (VAT) educational programs, which aim to provide both local businesses and consumers with "expansion and clarification" of the government's VAT policies as the tax's introduction date approaches.
In an interview with Guardian Business, Financial Secretary John Rolle confirmed that the government will electronically circul...
Aid workers hoping to distribute food, water and other supplies to a shattered Port-au-Prince are warning their efforts may need more security Friday as Haitians grow increasingly desperate and impatient for help.