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April 19, 2020
PM announces hardware, auto parts stores allowed to open

Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis.A number of businesses including hardware and home stores, auto part stores, plant nurseries and landscaping and property maintenance operations will be allowed to operate during the 24-hour curfew, Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis announced on Sunday afternoon. This announcement comes one month after Minnis [...]
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April 19, 2020
PM announces limited opening for auto parts, hardware and home stores

In a press conference on Sunday afternoon, Prime Minster Dr Hubert Minnis announced that some businesses will be allowed to operate starting this week.

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March 17, 2020
Elbow Cay Returning To Normalcy

On September 1, Dorian reached Category 5 intensity, with maximum sustained winds of 185 mph, and a minimum central pressure of 910 mb while making landfall on Elbow Cay in the Abaco chain of islands...

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Prime Minister Minnis announces housing initiatives to assist residents displaced by Hurricane Dorian
November 04, 2019
Prime Minister Minnis announces housing initiatives to assist residents displaced by Hurricane Dorian

The Government is looking to establish an independent and non-political body to help fund home and building repairs for Abaco and Grand Bahama residents impacted by Hurricane Dorian, Prime Minister the Most Hon. Dr. Hubert Minnis announced today...

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November 27, 2017
Grand Bahamian Retailer Appointed to International Board

Family Island Business Featured in Industry Magazine, Paint and Decorating Retailer...Bahamian Lesley Davies-Baptista, who operates family business Paint Fair – a Grand Bahama staple for paint, specialty coatings, colour and design since 1980...

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August 29, 2019
Grand Bahamians get ready for hurricane

GRAND Bahamians are not taking any chances and have started heading to grocery and hardware stores to purchase water and necessary hurricane supplies as Dorian approaches.

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June 14, 2017
Oh, Cat Island, can you hear me Pt. 2

Dear Editor,

It is impossible make an assessment of Cat Island in a weekend visit, especially considering that the Friday and Monday were wholly spent travelling by air to and from the island. However, I do wish to list some observations I made while on the island.
The drive from New Bight to Arthur's Town (30 odd miles) showed me many settlements, none of which showed signs of being wealthy. Yar...

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September 16, 2013
Credit union's Abaco plaza over 90 percent leased

A $14.8 million Abaco shopping complex which is expected to provide as much as $100,000 a month in revenue to its developers - a credit union - is now over 90 percent leased, in expectation of an early 2014 opening...

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September 05, 2017
Statement by Dion A. Foulkes Minister of Labour (with responsibility for consumer affairs)

The Public is advised that it is illegal, unethical and immoral for businesses in The Bahamas to artificially increase the price of goods and services offered for sale or hire in an attempt to secure abnormal profits in anticipation or in the aftermath of a national disaster, in this instance, Hurricane Irma...

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Kelly's House Home Makes Donation to Bahamas Feeding Network
March 29, 2018
Kelly's House & Home Makes Donation to Bahamas Feeding Network

The ballroom was filled with laughter and music...Accolades, gifts and plaques were showered on long-serving employees of Kelly’s House & Home...

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