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The Cabinet office advises that all government offices will re-open on Monday, 11th, September at the usual hours of operation, except on islands where there have been evacuations and those on the islands of Andros, Bimini and Grand Bahama that have not been given the all clear.
Due to the proximity of Hurricane Irma and the forecasted weather associated with the storm, the Cabinet Office announced the closure of all government offices, except for essential services, at 5 p.m. today, Wednesday, 6 September, 2017, until further notice.
Based on the intensity of the storm residents are advised to heed the warnings issued by the Natio...
The National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA) reported this morning that The Government of The Commonwealth of The Bahamas announced that, due to the approach of Hurricane Irene, all government offices still open in the Central and Northern Bahamas will close at 3:00 p.m. today, until further notice, in order that non-essential government employees can be allowed to make final preparations for t...
The Government of The Bahamas announced tonight that all Government workers are to report to work on Monday and banks can also open and resume normal operating hours on Monday, the National Emergency Management Agency said tonight in a statement. Other businesses can open on Saturday. Government schools should listen for announcements from the Ministry of Education and private sc...
NASSAU, The Bahamas
-- The National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA) reported that the
Government of The Bahamas announced tonight that all Government workers
are to report to work on Monday and banks can open and resume normal
operating hours on Monday, as well. Other businesses can open on
Saturday. Government schools should listen for announcements from the
Ministry of Educa...
The Cabinet Office has announced that all Government Offices in New Providence and Grand Bahama will be closed as of 3pm today – Tuesday, October 4 – until further notice.
A Hurricane Warning is now in effect for the entire Bahamas, the Department of Meteorology has announced, as Hurricane Matthew, a "dangerous" category 4 storm, prepares to make landfall in Haiti on Tuesday.
The public is advised that, effective immediately, the Consumer Affairs Unit has been temporarily relocated to the Ministry of Labour and National Insurance, 3rd Floor Fort Nassau Centre British Colonial Hilton, due to the remedial works being carried out at the J. L. Centre, Blake Road.