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Nassau, Bahamas -
Window Cleaners launches as the
first company in The Bahamas to offer a window cleaning service that uses 100%
pure water and a 'reach and wash system' without the need for ladders or
water pole-fed cleaning system can wash windows up to 45ft high without the
operator ever having to leave the ground.
By using 100% pure water the best window cleaning results are achieved
through the absence of detergent and chemicals, meaning no sticky residues are
left behind only a streak free shine...
By NEIL HARTNELL
Tribune Business Editor
A Bahamian cleaning company has served a winding-up petition on Bahamas Supermarkets, parent company of the 11-store City Markets chain, in a bid to obtain payment of an alleged $58,000 debt it has already gained a default judgment on.
The petition, by C. Bert Company Ltd, which was filed in the Supreme Court on November 15, 2010, and - Tribune Business understands - served on Bahamas Supermarkets, alleges that it is owed $57,885 by the City Markets holding company for "cleaning services and products" provided to the supermarket chain between May-August 5, 2010.
Mark Finlayson, head of Trans-Island Traders, the new 78 per cent majority o ...
A new $6 million state-of-the-art marina is slated to open by mid-June in the heart of historic Nassau. Called Bay Street Marina, the 90-slip facility capable of handling vessels up to 150 feet in length is located on Nassau harbour directly behind -- or in front of -- Luciano's of Chicago and the adjacent Green Parrot Restaurant on East Bay Street. There is a floating dock for temporary tie-ups for restaurant-goers arriving by boat.
Christians should always be in a state of readiness, but just in case, now is the time people should definitely be "cleaning house," and buying new things, readying themselves for a special guest who is coming to town.
PRIMARY and secondary students from five different institutions on Grand Bahama Island gathered to assist zone captains Gail Woon and Cecilia Bodie with the Xanadu Beach International Coastal Cleanup (ICC) Day (ICC) 2010 on Saturday morning.
Hugh W. Campbell Primary School, Mary Star of the Sea Catholic School, Sunland Baptist Academy, Bishop Michael Eldon School, Grand Bahama Catholic High School, EARTHCARE and the Bahamas National Trust participated in the Xanadu Beach ICC Day.
A grand total of 300 pounds of marine debris was collected, recorded and bagged for collection by Sanitation Services for the Xanadu Beach zone.
Past participants noted that the beach was cleaner this year than in ...
Residents, including Barefoot Bandit captor hero, help
BTC: Service Restored to North Eleuthera, Harbour Island
Officials of the Urban Renewal Programme said yesterday they are focused on trying to find employment for people in the community who need it most, and reported that 33 residents of Bains Town and Grants Town now have full time jobs as a result of a recent job fair.
More than 600 people applied for jobs, according to officer in charge of the Bains Town and Grants Town Urban Renewal office, Inspector Anthony Rolle.
He said unemployment was recognized as one of the single most important issues among residents officials spoke to over the past few months.
He said even before the job fair was held earlier this month, participating companies agreed to hire at least one person each.
One company hired more than 10 people, Rolle said.
Some of the companies that participated in the job fair and provided jobs were Woodside Landscaping, Frank Hanna Contract Cleaning Company, Bahamas Food Services and Bay Street Garage Limited.
"Those companies have delivered on their promise and they will seek to hire more persons from this community," officer in charge of the Urban Renewal program Superintendent Stephen Dean said.
He added that the job fair exemplifies what Urban Renewal is all about.
Rolle said that companies are still in the process of interviewing prospective employees.
Brian Young, 25, a father of one, said this is the start of a new beginning.
Young began working at WEMCO Security, a private security and collections firm, just over three weeks ago.
"I'll now be able to take care of the things I'm supposed to, take care of my family and stand on my own," he said.
"I have a son and I'll know be able to support him."
Another of those residents is Janet Frazer, who was hired by Tripoint Communications, following a four-year long job search.
"I'm so excited and ready to work in sales and marketing," she said.
"I will now be able to fulfill certain financial obligations."
The government has listed unemployment as an ongoing challenge for the country.
The latest unemployment survey conducted in May, which provides information on the labor force as it existed during the reference period of April 23 to April 29, 2012, reflects that unemployment in The Bahamas dropped from 15.9 percent to 14.7 percent.
Rolle said Urban Renewal officials plan to hold job fairs in other communities in the months to come.
I have been a visitor on Crooked Island from October 2012 to the present date. I must say that my visit has been filled with the highs and lows of excitement, socializing, disappointments and extreme concern about what is an apparent and obvious danger that can result in serious accidents, injuries or, God forbid, fatalities.
One week after Mario Carey Realty hosted a formal Baha Mar Residence presentation in The Bahamas, the firm's founder reported the first local sale of a residential unit in the $3.5 billion resort enclave "We're very excited about this sale," said Carey, "because all of the sales prior to this were made abroad and this sale reflects a quick response to the appreciation of Baha Mar's investment value for Bahamian citizens and residents."