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THE Road Traffic Department has "no intention" of correcting any existing issues with its printers in Abaco and Grand Bahama, Controller Ross Smith said yesterday, adding that there is no need to fix equipment that the department had no plans to use moving forward.
“The Bahamas economy has continued to recover from the global economic and financial crisis. The main drivers are, on the one hand, a modest though ongoing rebound in tourism. On the other hand, the large public and private sector investment projects that are underway are sustaining aggregate demand and also enhancing our tourism productive capacity going forward.”
Bahamas Fashion Week Premieres Oct. 26-28, 2017 at Melia Resort Inaugural Event to Showcase Fashion Museum, Educational Workshops & International and Local Fashion Designers
The inaugural Bahamas Fashion Week, which takes place October 26-28, 2017 at the Melia Resort in Nassau, is already creating quite a buzz in the local and international marketplace...
Advanced Document Systems Ltd has been a leading office equipment provider in The Bahamas for nearly twenty years, representing Sharpâ€™s Imaging and Information Company of America (SCIIA). As a local supplier, ADS is pleased to announce that Sharp has won Best in Line for Reliability since 2018 and Line of the Year for 2019 from Buyers Lab, the document imaging industryâ€™s independent authority ...
For nearly a decade, insurance giant Colonial Group International (CGI), a Bermuda-based insurance conglomerate with global operations, has taken the terms ‘disaster preparedness’ and ‘customer service’ to a higher level with its “Temporary, Portable, Post-Disaster Business Continuity...
August 15, 2012 -- Bahamas Oil Refining Company International Limited
("BORCO"), announced today that it will contribute more than $100,000 to
Lewis Yard Primary School in the form of computers, printers, desks,
chairs and other classroom-related supplies.
Every week Bahamaslocal.com promotes a business that services and professionalism embodies what a company should be, and this week we're promoting Lignum Technologies.
2015/2016 Budget Debate- Contribution by the Hon. Melanie S. Griffin, M.P., Minister of Social Services and Community Development
Mr. Speaker, as always I am grateful to Almighty God, in whom I live, move and have my being and the fine people of Yamacraw for the privilege to serve and to represent them in this place.
NGM Major School's India Wells and Chrysanthea Fox will travel to New York as members of the delegation of The Commonwealth of The Bahamas to take part in a session of the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA), and to observe as The Bahamas gives its national statement to the General Assembly by virtue of their win in the Model United Nations Simulation (MUNS).
MUNS gives students the opportunity...