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Blood on the tiles at Vasyli home
September 11, 2015
Blood on the tiles at Vasyli home

A JURY hearing evidence in the Donna Vasyli murder trial was shown a 20-minute video of a bloody crime scene at a home in the Old Fort Bay community that police were alerted to earlier in the year...

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November 20, 2014
Tile King Hosted Free Certification for Contractors

Tile King held a free 2-Day seminar and certification course on Tuesday November 18th & Wednesday November 19th for the building industry. The event introduced a new product, Wedi Systems, to The Bahamas...

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Woman sues Atlantis over 'excessively slippery tile'
February 26, 2010
Woman sues Atlantis over 'excessively slippery tile'

A Michigan woman is suing the Atlantis, alleging that it was negligent when it failed to "require that an appropriate tile be installed for the environment in which it is used."

Nancy Wietek says on February 25, 2008, she slipped on "wet and excessively slippery tile of an outdoor walking path" while a guest at the hotel.

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BTVI and Baha Mar Form Training Partnership
May 18, 2021
BTVI and Baha Mar Form Training Partnership

The Bahamas Technical and Vocational Institute (BTVI) and Baha Mar recently partnered to provide customized training to technical employees of the resort.

The disciplines included welding, carpentry, painting, electrical and plumbing. From learning about safe welding procedures and proper lighting and cutting techniques, to work ethics and safe work practices, the course ran for 16 contact hou...

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Symonette: Remove duty from building supplies for first-time homeowners
April 13, 2021
Symonette: Remove duty from building supplies for first-time homeowners

St. Anne's Member of Parliament Brent Symonette, who is also the former minister of financial services, trade, industry and immigration, suggested yesterday that the government remove customs duty on lower-end building materials and just apply a flat value-added tax (VAT) rate, so that the prime minister's housing plan can benefit a broader segment of potential ...

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Palm Cay to break ground on 17.5m complex
July 23, 2013
Palm Cay to break ground on 17.5m complex

Palm Cay, a beachfront development in eastern New Providence, unveiled its newest $17.5 million residential community yesterday with a unique sales strategy.

Zack Bonczek, director of sales and marketing at Palm Cay, revealed plans to begin construction of its 50-condominium complex, The Anchorage, in September, with the intention of completing the project within 24 months...

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McDonald's Adds New Meaning to Happy Meal
January 07, 2014
McDonald's Adds New Meaning to Happy Meal

Serving up Big Macs, McFries and Fine Art and Customers are Lovin’ it...

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PHA says sorry for maternity problems
February 10, 2021
PHA says sorry for maternity problems

HEALTH Minister Renward Wells said building work in the maternity ward at Princess Margaret Hospital has now been completed after a social media post went viral this weekend, showing unsanitary conditions.

Photos showing missing ceiling tiles and mold on the hospital’s ceiling were widely circulated on social media, sparking public outrage.

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October 28, 2019
Mold Remediation Takes Center Stage in GBPA-Supported Post-Dorian Meetings

The safe and effective removal of mold following severe flooding, such as Grand Bahamians experienced with Hurricane Dorian, is critical to full and healthy restoration. The Grand Bahama Port Authority (GBPA) is pleased to support mold remediation education for Grand Bahama’s homeowners, business owners and contractors...

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November 17, 2020
Businesses launch ShopLocal initiative; Voice crucial need to support local companies to rebuild the economy

Amid an unprecedented economic recession, more than forty-five (45) local organizations have joined forces to support the ShopLocal campaign...

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