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Nassau, The Bahamas - The
Ministry of Youth, Sports and Culture, in conjunction with the Ministry
of Finance's Bahamas Government on Line (BGOL) Office announced
recently the completion of a joint project for the introduction and
implementation of an Events Scheduling and Facilities Management
Minister of Youth, Sports and Culture the Hon. Charles Maynard said the
new system is intended to assist the many clients who use the various
government facilities falling under the purview of his Ministry for
sporting events, cultural events meetings, and recreational activities...
Ethics and knowledge, not power and pressure, are the new cornerstones of inmate management and institutional development, says Prison Superintendent Dr Elliston Rahming.
I rise to speak on the 2010/2011 Budget package of Bills
I do so, ever grateful to the wonderful people of the Mount Moriah Constituency, who have been an integral part of my life and work since 1987, (23 years ago) when I first contested the Oakes Field Constituency. As I contribute to the Budget debate for the 18th consecutive time, I thank the people of Mount Moriah, and publicly acknowledge my love and commitment to them.
The Caribbean Central American Action and the National Emergency Management Agency held a Disaster Management and Recovery Workshop in Freeport, Grand Bahama on April 30, 2009.
Every week Bahamaslocal.com promotes a business that services and professionalism embodies what a company should be, and this week we're promoting Lignum Technologies.
Vendors who braid hair and sell their wares on Cable Beach yesterday said officials from the Wyndham Nassau Resort & Crystal Palace Casino forced them from the area without notice on Monday. Some in the group, which claimed...
BAHAMIAN businessman Hubert Pinder, who set up a company supposedly capitalised by $83.345 million worth of "precious gem investments" to both buy into retailer Robin Hood and then solicit investors for a further $20 million, has an "unpaid" $5.154 million default judgment outstanding against him from a Canadian court.
ETHICS and knowledge, not power and pressure, are the new cornerstones of inmate management and institutional development, says Prison Superintendent Dr Elliston Rahming.
By ALISON LOWE
A Bahamian accountant yesterday suggested that private hospitals and medical clinics may have been incorrectly required to pay Business Licence fees, amounting to hundreds of thousands of dollars, for decades.
Theofanis Cochinamogulos, managing partner of Cochinamogulos and Co, a chartered accountancy and management consultancy firm, told Tribune Business yesterday that it was his belief, in consultation with attorneys, that private medical clinics and Doctors Hospital may be wise to consider the possibility of "recovery" of the Business License fees paid under the old Act given its wording.
"We have received legal advice ...
NASSAU, The Bahamas --- Ethics and knowledge, and not power and pressure, are the new cornerstones of inmate management and institutional development, Prison Superintendent Dr. Elliston Rahming said Monday.