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May 18, 2011
Gas stations consider self service

With at least one gas station moving towards self service and several other operators toying with the idea, the jobs of gas pump attendants could be at risk, according to Bahamas Petroleum Retailers Association (BPRA) representative Oswald Moore.
While the move toward self service gas stations could increase profits for operators, it would likely fuel crime, said Moore.
He said while the associati...

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April 28, 2011
Diesel to become scarce at gas stations, predicts service station President

By ALISON LOWE
Business Reporter

alowe@tribunemedia.net

DIESEL fuel is to "become more scarce" in short order, the President of the Bahamas Petroleum Retailers Association has warned, as retailers face growing problems with cash flow in light of further hikes in the wholesale cost of diesel and gasoline.

Oswald Moore, President of the Bahamas Petroleum Retailers Association (BPRA), said that re...

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Rebuild Bahamas ready to launch, invites applications
December 30, 2015
Rebuild Bahamas ready to launch, invites applications

Two months after Hurricane Joaquin ravaged seven islands in the southern Bahamas with record rainfall and howling winds, closing businesses and schools and leaving many with little more than the clothes on their back, Rebuild Bahamas announced today it is ready to launch funds and volunteers into the reopening of commerce, aiding schools and providing clean drinking water.

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Rebuild Bahamas ready to launch, invites applications
December 29, 2015
Rebuild Bahamas ready to launch, invites applications

Two months after Hurricane Joaquin ravaged seven islands in the southern Bahamas with record rains and howling winds, tossing fishing boats onto land, closing businesses and schools and leaving many with little more than the clothes on their back, Rebuild Bahamas announced today it is ready to launch funds and volunteers into the re-opening of commerce, aiding schools and providing clean drinking ...

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May 16, 2013
Auto payment at pumps sparks layoff fears

Gas retailers are welcoming the addition of automated payment at the pumps, but warned RUBIS not to lay off workers that depend on the stations for employment.
As part of the French multinational's revamp of its 20 gas stations in The Bahamas, automated payment will be included so customers can swipe a card rather than pay an attendant. In fact, a test program is being piloted at the Faith Avenue...

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Grand Bahama€™s Lockdown Has Been Extended
August 06, 2020
Grand Bahama’s Lockdown Has Been Extended

Grand Bahama’s lockdown has been extended to 5am on Wednesday, August 19, announced Minister of State for Grand Bahama, Senator the Hon. J. Kwasi Thompson, during a press conference on Thursday...

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Highlights From The Prime Ministers National Address
August 03, 2020
Highlights From The Prime Ministers National Address

HIGHLIGHTS FROM THE PRIME MINISTER’S NATIONAL ADDRESS 3rd AUGUST 2020

-Two-week national lockdown implemented effective Tuesday 4 August 10pm; nearing end of 14 day-period health data will be assessed to determine whether an extension is necessary.

-Grand Bahama will be reassessed near the end of its current lockdown scheduled to end on Friday 7 August at 5am to determine if extension is n...

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March 30, 2020
Relationships Matter During This Pandemic Learn to Pause to Resolve Conflict

With the current curfew in place due to COVID-19, our new norm can be
trying our nerves! The new measures like working from home, social distancing, and staying in are contributors for conflicting feelings or situations...

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November 29, 2018
Prime Minister Minnis Addresses Economic Empowerment Zone Act at Town Hall Meeting

“We are all our brothers’ keepers”, Prime Minister Dr. the Most Hon. Hubert A. Minnis told residents during an Over-the-Hill Community Development Partnership Initiative town hall meeting...

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October 14, 2016
Gas station hysteria

Officials of the major fuel companies that service New Providence assured on Sunday night that there is no shortage of supply and therefore no need for the panic that ensued after a message was circulated on social media claiming the island would soon run out.

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