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By TANEKA THOMPSON
Tribune Staff Reporter
BAHAMIANS need more specialised training and certification to take advantage of growing opportunities within five-star resorts, said executives at Sandals' Emerald Bay yesterday, noting there is a void of skilled and certified workers on Exuma who are ready to take on numerous jobs at the property.
The statement came as hotel...
The butler of Governor General Sir Arthur Foulkes, Edwardo Cox was one of 21 butlers celebrating their graduation from a month of training with the Guild of Professional English Butlers at Sandals Emerald Bay this past week.
As the dust settles from Hurricane Irene, major resorts are reporting significant damage and Super Club Breezes will be closing its doors for at least two months.
In a statement by the company, Breezes announced, due to the passage of hurricane, the resort has suffered damage and will not be accepting new arrivals until November 1, 2011."As the damage is primarily roof damage, it will take some...
The Bahamas - The
island of Exuma once possessed one of the most vibrant economies of all the
communities of The Bahamas. Organizers of the 5th Annual Exuma
Business Outlook (EBO) say that the object of this year's forum has secured the
participation of strategically placed speakers who will highlight Exuma's once
thriving society and what is being done to restore and improve it for the
Organisers of the fifth annual Exuma Business Outlook (EBO) said they have secured the participation of speakers who will highlight Exuma's once-thriving society and what is being done to restore and improve it.
Under the theme Restore Exuma: Sustainability There, Greater Sustainability Everywhere, the seminar is scheduled to take place on Wednesday, October 27, on Great Exuma at Sandals at Emera...
Exuma realtors are calling on the Government to intervene in what they term is the over-valuation of properties by the Treasury department on that island, causing home and land owners to pay property taxes of upwards to three times what they are legally entitled to pay.
Collingwood Turnquest, a realtor in Exuma with Coldwell Banker Lightbourn Realty, told The Tribune yesterday that winter resid...