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February 25, 2015
Man shot dead while at work in Bain Town

A man was shot and killed while at work off Augusta Street in Bain Town yesterday, police said.

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August 25, 2014
'Substandard' post office in service 'death spiral'

The General Post Office has been condemned as in a "death spiral", amid ongoing criticism of inefficient service and lingering structural concerns.
Dionisio D'Aguilar, Superwash president and CEO and former president of the Bahamas Chamber of Commerce, decried the "horrendous" condition of the post office while criticizing the government's inaction.
The leading businessman and others have complain...

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December 19, 2013
No smooth move for AG's office

Staff at the Office of the Attorney General experienced plumbing issues and electrical problems on their first day in new premises, The Nassau Guardian understands...

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December 16, 2013
New location for AG's office

The move of the Office of the Attorney General to John F. Kennedy Drive will not create inefficiencies in the administration of justice, according to Attorney General Allyson Maynard-Gibson.
The office's previous location on East Hill Street was within walking distance of the Supreme Court, Court of Appeal and the criminal and civil registries.
It took The Nassau Guardian 15 minutes to drive from ...

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April 20, 2012
Free National Movement Rally R.M. Bailey Park

Fellow Bahamians;
Young People;
Residents of Over-the-Hill;
F-N-Ms:

Let me begin by congratulating our Carifta swimming team. They fought hard. They came from third place and passed Trinidad and Tobago to come in second.

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April 04, 2012
US Embassy announces Family Island Wednesdays for visa applicants

NASSAU, Bahamas -- With the goal of providing the best possible service to Bahamian visa applicants throughout the archipelago, the U.S. Embassy in Nassau is now offering Wednesday afternoon appointments for applicants living on Grand Bahama and the Family Islands.  Wednesday afternoon appointments are also available for applicants from the Turks and Caicos Islands.
With a "Family Island Wed...

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August 15, 2011
Omni chief speaks out on illegal transfers

Ashley, a Haitian-born resident, has trouble explaining exactly how he sends the wages he earns as a gardner back to his native country.? But with choppy English, he said: "no bank". "If you want money go to Haiti," he explains, "you send with someone who go back."

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June 27, 2011
Devard & Devaugnn Darling Football Camp 2011

In response to the declining economy, the As One Foundation seeks to continue the mission to help unlock and unleash the full potential of young people through athletics, education and spiritual enrichment on a scaled-back basis this year. We are forced to considerably reduce our normal full camp operation down to an abbreviated version in order to achieve our mission this year. Devard Darling is ...

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May 24, 2019
Starting a Small Business just faster and easier

Department of Inland Revenue introduces provisional licences...The Department of Inland Revenue (DIR) is continuing its efforts to improve ease of doing business by helping to speed up the process for entrepreneurs to start a new business...

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August 29, 2016
Govt acting immorally over tax compliance certificates

During the last budget presentation, the government sneaked a provision through that businesses would have to apply for a tax compliance certificate in order to be paid by them for goods and services.

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