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September 14, 2011
Club Land'or executive clears the air

Club Land'or's parent company is clearing up issues around the troubled property -- refuting claims that its    sale price has been dropped and attributing recent payment issues to system glitches.
In response to Guardian Business reports, a company executive said the problems experienced recently in the form of bounced checks and disconnected telephone service have been solved.
"Th...

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January 22, 2011
Government considering 14m radar system

As the government contemplates purchasing a $14 million radar system, Director of the Civil Aviation Department Captain Patrick Rolle said his organization will “make do” in the interim by upgrading the existing ASR-8 radar system, which is currently in use at the Lynden Pindling International Airport (LPIA).
In a recent interview with The Nassau Guardian, Rolle said the much-needed up...

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August 31, 2010

Nassau, The Bahamas
-Neighbourly compassion drives the Bain and Grant's Town community to
unite through free after school programmes and computer classes for the young
and the old.

"Here at Bain
and Grants Town, we try to do everything to help the community because they
really need the help," said Diana Bullard, manager of the Bain and Grants Town Urban Renewal Centre.

"We have a lot
of people w...

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January 06, 2016
Registrar General's department launches e-services

NASSAU, The Bahamas - The Government of the Bahamas officially launched its E-Services Business Registration Platform at Registrar General's Department on Shirley and Charlotte Streets, January 5, 2016.
Registrar General Deirdre Clarke-Maycock described the initiative as a "collaborative" process between public and private sector agencies that allows The Bahamas to compete "effectively" with inte...

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December 30, 2015
Lab is outfitted with computers at Eight Mile Rock School

THE remedial lab at the Eight Mile Rock High School is near completion and will be ready for use during the 2016 school year to improve reading, literacy, and numeracy skills of students there.

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October 10, 2014
A tale of two audits

This week saw revelations of serious and costly irregularities at two government-run entities.
On Monday, The Nassau Guardian disclosed the contents of a forensic audit into pharmaceutical supplies at the Public Hospitals Authority (PHA), which revealed a $10 million difference between the drug inventory count and what is reflected in Princess Margaret Hospital's (PMH) computer system.
It also cam...

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December 17, 2015
Expanding communities contributing to the success of Old Fort Bay Town Centre

NASSAU, Bahamas -- The residential and commercial expansion in the West of New Providence likely gave attendance numbers a boost at the Christmas Shopping Party at Old Fort Bay Town Centre this past week-end, which saw nearly double the amount of shoppers over previous years. Or perhaps it was because the annual event is gathering momentum on the neighborhood Christmas Calendar; either way, record...

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September 14, 2011
A whole new world

It's a newer and brighter day for the students at the Salvation Army's Erin H. Gilmour School for the Blind.  After months of renovations to the Salvation Army's headquarters on Mackey Street a permanent facility on Ivanhoe Road has recently been established for the 18 blind and visually impaired students attending the institute and the good news does not end there.  The school recently ...

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October 13, 2014
Gomez: Govt will do the right thing on PHA findings

Minister of Health Dr. Perry Gomez said yesterday the government will "do the right thing" once the Public Hospitals Authority (PHA) is done investigating the alleged abuses revealed in a forensic audit into the PHA's pharmaceutical and medical supplies.
The Nassau Guardian revealed the audit's findings last week.
"That's under review," he said, referring to the report.
"...It's also being investi...

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January 24, 2011
IS IT OKAY TO SNOOP

By JEFFARAH GIBSON

Tribune Features Writer

LEON Walker thought he was only validating his suspicions of his wife's affair when he went through her e-mails. But little did he know the possibility of facing five years in prison for snooping existed.

In this potential precedent-setting case which broke late last year, the Michigan man who is also a computer technician is being charged with felony ...

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