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June 08, 2015
Grant says Christie administration's modus operandi: Do nothing and people will forget

Former Minister of Works Neko Grant charged that the Christie administration's policies are not working, and - citing a number of questions that remain on the House of Assembly agenda and have yet to be answered - that the government is engaged in a campaign of "do nothing and the people will forget".

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April 02, 2015
OWN Bahamas reveals successful applicants

Island Luck and OWN Bahamas announced the winners of the OWN program, who collectively received nearly $100,000 to start up or expand their Bahamian businesses.

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March 06, 2015
Island Luck launches OWN Bahamas

Island Luck unveiled its new business-starter grant-funding program OWN Bahamas at the British Colonial Hilton hotel last night...

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February 26, 2015
The difference between campaigning and governing

We are used to the unattainable promises we hear from politicians every election period.

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VAT has ben in effect for a week now. So, where do we stand and what's next
January 09, 2015
VAT has ben in effect for a week now. So, where do we stand and what's next?

On January 1, 2015, value added tax (VAT) was implemented throughout The Bahamas to help cement the government's program of public finance reform and reduce a debt burden that diverts funds from essential services such as education, healthcare and garbage collection...

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October 02, 2013
Local government for New Providence

The abject failure of successive administrations to usher in local governance for New Providence is a sad indictment on our political masters as they have demonstrated time and time again that they have absolutely no faith in the ability of residents of the capital island to manage their own local affairs...

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October 07, 2014
Dundas revamps with Bahamas Waste's help

Every great production has a great cast of characters, and Bahamas Waste is definitely a part of the cast helping to beautify the Dundas Centre for the Performing Arts.
In an effort to be the premier site for live shows in New Providence, the Dundas is currently undergoing an extensive revamp, and there were no theatrics involved when it came to Bahamas Waste stepping up to help.
"The Dundas Centr...

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Govt achieves 50 percent savings through waste outsourcing
September 16, 2013
Govt achieves 50 percent savings through waste outsourcing

Two leading disposal companies are welcoming the government's decision to outsource garbage collection in New Providence, claiming that it allows for competitiveness and the economic pie to be shared more widely...

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August 27, 2014
Interns gain knowledge at Bahamas Waste

Hosting numerous school tours about recycling and waste management, Bahamas Waste is known for educating Bahamian youth about the wonderful world of waste, and the company's internship program is no different.
There are currently two students interning with Bahamas Waste this summer, one in the maintenance department and the other in the medical waste department. Ashton Sweeting, a graduate of Kin...

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May 21, 2014
Maintenance workers protest

More than 100 maintenance workers from the Ministry of Works protested in Rawson Square yesterday, demanding the government address their concerns.
The workers threatened to leave the streets dirty until the matters are dealt with.
The issues range from poor working conditions to senior staff not being permanent, according to several workers.
Karen Bain, a downtown maintenance worker, said it is n...

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