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Custom Computers Sponsors Bahamas National Spelling Bee
April 18, 2011
Custom Computers Sponsors Bahamas National Spelling Bee

Custom Computers was a proud sponsor of this year's 14th Annual National Spelling bee on Saturday, March 20 at the Wyndham Nassau Resort & Crystal Palace Casio, once again joining hands with the Ministry of Education to promote excellence in education.

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SCOTIABANK PROMOTES CAREER ADVANCEMENT FOR THE DISABLED COMMUNITY
March 23, 2022
SCOTIABANK PROMOTES CAREER ADVANCEMENT FOR THE DISABLED COMMUNITY

With a mandate to remove barriers to the career advancement of disadvantaged groups, Scotiabank recently partnered with the Training Centre for the Disabled and donated $3000 to support the organisation’s curriculum for training its clients.

In a recent tour of the facilities, Nakera Symonette, Director of Business Support, Scotiabank said the corporate donation is in keeping with the company...

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February 05, 2019
PM: Proposed Carnival Cruise Port significant for GB economic recovery

The proposed cruise ship mega port for Grand Bahama represents significant opportunities for the island’s economic recovery, said Prime Minister the Most Hon. Dr. Hubert Minnis...

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May 11, 2014
Fueling alarm and confusion

The alarm over aragonite is reaching a fever pitch.
A coalition of pastors, union leaders and civil society activists has been making the rounds on talk shows, demanding that the government negotiate higher royalties for aragonite, a unique mineral with a wide range of uses.
At a press conference in Rawson Square last Tuesday, National Congress of Trade Unions of The Bahamas President John Pinder ...

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July 07, 2016
Brexit sends chills through Hong Kong's retail sector

Brexit could have come at a bad time for Hong Kong's high street as retailers in the territory are already grappling with slumping sales due to a slowing economy in China.

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April 12, 2016
The signs of success for local business

A MAJOR contract to design, fabricate and install a new visual identity and signage plan for the Princess Margaret Hospital (PMH) has been awarded to a leading Bahamian company.

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May 11, 2014
The aragonite hysteria

President of Sandy Cay Development Co. Limited Tony Myers told National Review that claims the company is making substantial sums of money from its aragonite operation at Ocean Cay are not true.
The Bahamas National Citizens Coalition, National Congress of Trade Unions of The Bahamas President John Pinder and others have claimed that aragonite is selling for $900 per metric ton on the open market,...

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September 26, 2010
Governor General makes presentation to 'Crabs for Computers' students

GOVERNOR General Sir Arthur Foulkes flew to Andros on Wednesday to present 20 students with their hard earned computers and complement Mangrove Cay's administrator for teaching them an important lesson -- "there is no free lunch in life."

Mangrove Cay administrator Gilbert Kemp conceived the novel idea of having students collect land crabs for sale to raise money to purchase much needed lap top c...

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December 24, 2013
Atlantis president calls for VAT delay

As the government moves full speed ahead with its intention to implement value-added tax (VAT), a leading hotelier said he would have preferred a sales tax and is urging the government to delay the implementation date for VAT.
In an interview with Guardian Business, Atlantis President and Managing Director George Markantonis said for the Paradise Island property, implementing a sales tax would be ...

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December 23, 2013
Retailers report strong Christmas sales

With just two shopping days left before Christmas, some businesses are already cashing in, reporting a significant increase in sales this year...

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