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Sandals to install detectors after tourist deaths
May 26, 2022
Sandals to install detectors after tourist deaths

WHILE not revealing the cause of death of three American tourists at its Emerald Bay property earlier this month, Sandals has said the fatalities were not linked to the resort's air conditioning system, food and beverage service, landscaping services or foul play.

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June 18, 2017
Darville defends PLP government on pre-election contracts

Senator Dr. Michael Darville yesterday defended the Christie administration's award of healthcare contracts on the eve of the recent general election and rejected a claim made by Minister of Health Dr. Duane Sands that the government did not get value for money in relation to the millions of dollars paid to consultants for National Health Insurance (NHI).
While contributing to debate on the budget...

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June 15, 2017
A picture of waste

The Christie administration executed over $90 million worth of medical-related contracts -- one of which was for the cleaning of an Abaco clinic that was closed -- just two weeks before the 2017 general election, Minister of Health Dr. Duane Sands revealed yesterday.
Sands said the contracts were executed despite a $16.4 million shortfall that prevented the Public Hospitals Authority (PHA) from pu...

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June 14, 2017
Sands: 90 mil in health contracts two weeks before election

Minister of Health Dr. Duane Sands today painted a picture of waste in the midst of a government cash crisis weeks before the May 10 general election.
As he contributed to the budget debate in the House of Assembly, Sands said he is ashamed by the former administration's lack of fiscal prudence.
He said instead of addressing the $16.4 million shortfall that prevented the Public Hospitals Authority...

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April 15, 2015
Allen defends program

Urban Renewal Commission (URC) Co-Chair Algernon Allen yesterday admitted that contracts associated with the Small Home Repairs (SHR) project were not put to tender nor are contractors required to have insurance.

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April 14, 2015
Housing audit 'is disgraceful'

Former Minister of Works Neko Grant said yesterday he found the findings of the auditor general's report into the Urban Renewal Commission's Small Home Repair (SHR) program "disturbing, unacceptable and disgraceful".

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April 13, 2015
'No insurance for contracts'

A report of the auditor general on the Christie administration's Urban Renewal Small Home Repairs (SHR) program reveals that contractors were not required to have proof of all-risk insurance.

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Prime Minister announces three new cases of COVID-19 and plans to extend state of emergency for eight days
March 30, 2020
Prime Minister announces three new cases of COVID-19 and plans to extend state of emergency for eight days

Prime Minister the Most Hon. Dr. Hubert Minnis today in a live update on COVID-19 announced three more confirmed cases of the virus and plans to extend the state of emergency until 8 April...

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 Bahamian joins KPM Franklins engineering team in Orlando
September 20, 2022
Bahamian joins KPM Franklin’s engineering team in Orlando

Bahamian Dominic McFall has joined KPM Franklin’s engineering firm in Orlando as a project manager.

The company provides civil engineering, land surveying, planning and landscape architecture services to retail, single family and multi-family residential clients, healthcare, hospitality, theme park, office, industrial/warehouse and multi-use development markets.

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Small Business Insight - Navigating the Return
August 31, 2022
Small Business Insight - Navigating the Return

Up and down, up and down goes the Covid-19 roller coaster, and we all have no choice but to stay on the ride. It doesn’t matter if you get (motion) sickness, or simply just want off, we all have learned to just keep moving forward, or in fact, hurtling forward in an effort to catch up to the time we think we’ve lost.

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