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July 22, 2016
Residents protest outside the Rubis station where the fuel leak occurred

Residents of Marathon, a community in the Bahamian capital of Nassau, are waiting for answers, more than three years after a fuel spill in the centre of their community.

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August 15, 2019
Bowl Game Sponsorship Delivers Big Win for Elk Grove Village

Makers Wanted Bahamas Bowl exposure prompts national travel stop network to invest in Elk Grove Village...

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March 12, 2018
Biomass-fueled power station proposed for Abaco

A project for a biomass-fueled power station on Abaco that could save Bahamas Power and Light Company Ltd. (BPL) $3.5 million per annum, has been proposed to government. The plant could generate 13 to 25 megawatts of electricity using elephant grass, an invasive plant species, [...]

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September 13, 2017
Hurricane Irma: Quarter of Florida Keys Homes 'Destroyed'

Hurricane Irma evacuees are returning to scenes of devastation in the Florida Keys with reports of a quarter of homes destroyed on the low-lying islands.

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June 21, 2017
'Tremendous Response' to Commonwealth Bank's Spanish Wells Opening

Commonwealth Bank staffers knew the opening of their newest branch on the island of Spanish Wells in North Eleuthera on June 6 was off to a strong start when they heard the voices. “We were so surprised,” said Michelle Fox, Assistant Manager, Credit and senior officer at Spanish Wells branch.

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April 28, 2017
Second man pleads guilty to BPL fuel theft

The Bahamas Power and Light (BPL) fuel theft case has been resolved, with the final defendant pleading guilty on Wednesday to receiving.
Philip Curry, 50, of Butler Street, changed his not guilty pleas after spending two weeks on remand.
Police charged him and Jarius Bowleg, 48, with stealing and receiving 110 gallons of diesel on April 15.
The theft was uncovered by a worker who saw people taking...

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October 22, 2016
Invisibility after Matthew

The invisible BEC people are hiding behind every corner and around every house.

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September 21, 2016
Kemp: Potter's Cay costs will 'skyrocket'

Fears expressed by a third party observer that the money spent on redeveloping Potter's Cay Dock will "skyrocket to epic proportions" appear to be well founded. The cost of redoing the stalls has jumped from $2 million or so approved in March 2016 to $9 million as of last week.

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January 13, 2016
Farmers harvest new crop - cars that never need gas

Pia Farmer averages 40 miles a day driving around town handling tasks related to business or serving as the honorary consul for Denmark, but it has been more than a year since she stopped for gas.

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January 13, 2016
Farmers harvest new crop -- cars that never need gas

Pia Farmer averages 40 miles a day driving around town handling tasks related to business or serving as the honorary consul for Denmark, but it's been more than a year since she stopped for gas. Farmer drives a LEAF. Her fuel bill is zero, zip, nada.

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