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Last rites for Wayne Owen Scaffold Rolle McKenzie Age 47 of Ramsey, Exuma and formerly of Third Street, The Grove and Golden Gates No. 2 will be held on Saturday January 25th, 2020 at 11:00 A.M. at E. C. Mckenzie Auditorium in Ramsey, Exuma. Officiating [...]
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Claiming that several Bahamian employees of the Grand Bahama Shipyard have been let go from the company without explanation, workers in conjunction with the Grand Bahama Port Authority Worker?s Union, yesterday expressed concerns of the fear, uncertainty and job insecurity they are dealing with at the company on a regular basis, allegedly with management.
Neworld One, owned by China State Construction Engineering Corporation (CSCEC), which also owns China Construction America (CCA), has removed the scaffolding from what Department of Physical Planning records show as "The Pointe Parking, Office and Retail Building". The move indicates the structure is near completion, and in fact, Director of External & Local Affairs for The Pointe Leslie Pindling ...
Moving forward, the Government of The Bahamas will join the private sector in making things happen in a meaningful way in Grand Bahama, said the Rt. Hon. Perry Christie, Prime Minister and Minister of Finance during the opening of Bahamas Business Outlook Grand Bahama.
Moving forward, the Government of The Bahamas will join the private sector in making things happen in a meaningful way in Grand Bahama, said the Rt. Hon. Perry Christie, Prime Minister and Minister of Finance during the opening of Bahamas Business Outlook Grand Bahama...
The Burma Road riots of 1942 were all about white American labor being employed on the Oakes Field Airport project by The Pleasantville Co. at a higher wage than Bahamians - black or white.
At least, back then, Bahamians were offered jobs! The end result of the June 1, 1942 riots were a number of social and economic improvements. That was the start of the Bahamian labor/civil rights m...