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January 13, 2016
Farmer's Hill business community comes together in church to start off the new year

Christine Rolle, proprietor of Christine's Gas Station, was honored for over 60 years of stellar business service in the Farmer's Hill Community by Reverend Stephen Smith and the Ebenezer Church family during their first business day service, at which business owners in the Exuma community came together to worship and to receive blessings.
Smith, whose topic was entitled "Launch out into the deep"...

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July 12, 2015
Report on Rubis Sandyport leak questions detection systems

A Department of Environmental Health Services (DEHS) report confirms that a fuel leak at Sandyport - the extent of which remains unknown - originated at the Rubis gas station in the gated community.

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Black Veatch Report on the RUBIS Robinson Road Service Station Gas Spill.
April 22, 2015
Black & Veatch Report on the RUBIS Robinson Road Service Station Gas Spill.

Black & Veatch Report on the RUBIS Robinson Road Service Station Gas Spill...

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March 09, 2015
Nassau Motor Co. celebrates 75 yrs

Nassau Motor Company (NMC) - the oldest continuously operated auto dealer in the Bahamas - marks its 75th anniversary this month with weekly iPad giveaways and a draw for $7,500 off a new vehicle sold through March 31.

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March 06, 2015
Hazardous pay for maintenence workers 'by end of month'

After months of demands, maintenance workers in the Ministry of Works will receive hazardous pay before the end of the month, according to Minister of State in the Ministry of Works and Urban Development Arnold Forbes...

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February 27, 2015
Govt workers protest over hazardous pay

Scores of maintenance workers at the Ministry of Works yesterday staged an emotionally charged protest behind the building off John F. Kennedy Drive.

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BTC 2015 Directories Celebrate Inaugural Junkanoo Carnival
January 20, 2015
BTC 2015 Directories Celebrate Inaugural Junkanoo Carnival

The Bahamas Telecommunications Company 2015 Directories are now available at BTC locations and Post Offices nationwide. The colourful covers on both white and yellow pages for Nassau, Grand Bahama and Abaco...

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January 02, 2015
Pain, confusion at VAT rollout

The rollout of value-added tax (VAT) yesterday pained some consumers and confused others.
The immediate effects were felt in food stores, telecommunication services and restaurants.
But major gas stations on New Providence visited by The Guardian were not charging VAT on gasoline.
The Guardian visited two Shell stations, a Rubis station and two Esso stations.
A customer at a Shell station said he ...

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March 06, 2014
Freeport Jetwash scored a touchdown with 'Game Day Giveaway'

FREEPORT -- It was a clear touchdown for Lothan Roberts, the overall winner of the Freeport Jetwash Game Day Giveaway promotion. Roberts was the ultimate winner after a three-month promotion, and he won a 46" flat screen television (TV).
"We have had this type of promotion in the past, and it was a huge success," said Larry Albury, general manager at Freeport Jetwash.
"We wanted to bring it back, ...

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July 01, 2014
The minimum wage debate

The basic principle that underlies the minimal wage is that workers should be treated fairly and compensated for their contribution to the businesses that they work in. Usually, workers are compensated based on their productivity which, in turn, depends on their level of education, knowledge and work ethic. This is why in each business, the level of compensation that each worker receives is commen...

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