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POTTERS CAY VENDOR CLAIMS MISLEADING
April 22, 2021
POTTERS CAY VENDOR CLAIMS MISLEADING

The Ministry of Agriculture and Marine Resources noted the comments made by vendors at Potters Cay Dock to the media and wishes to clarify for the public that claims made were misleading.

The Ministry met with vendors and representatives of both Vendor Associations on the morning following the fire - 12th April, 2021 with a view to plan the immediate response to the fire and the way forward. A...

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Ministry hits back at vendors' complaints
April 23, 2021
Ministry hits back at vendors' complaints

THE Ministry of Agriculture and Marine Resources has called recent claims made by Potter's Cay Dock vendors, who lost their stalls to a destructive fire earlier this month, "misleading".

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Prime Minister Officially Opens Multinational Engineering Firm and Centre for Innovation
March 01, 2021
Prime Minister Officially Opens Multinational Engineering Firm and Centre for Innovation

On February 25th, the Prime Minister, Rt. Hon. Dr. Hubert Minnis officially opened BRON Business Centre in Airport Industrial Park. BRON Business Centre is the home of Eeden Farms, the country’s first Hydroponic Container Farm; Pureti Bahamas, distributors, and applicators of a cleaning product used to kill COVID; BluTerra, a company focused on turning aragonite into compostable products and fin...

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Spanish Wells Bridge Update
October 02, 2020
Spanish Wells Bridge Update

The construction of the replacement bridge between Spanish Wells and Russell Island has commenced and is projected to be completed by November 2020...

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Hurricane Preparedness, 2020 Atlantic Hurricane Season Theme: €śBuilding a Disaster Resilient Bahamas€ť
June 01, 2020
Hurricane Preparedness, 2020 Atlantic Hurricane Season Theme: “Building a Disaster Resilient Bahamas”

Ministry of Public Works statement by:
Bradley King, Training and Disaster Management Officer, Ministry of Works...

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March 21, 2018
George Cox, renowned civil engineer, dies

Civil and structural engineer George Cox, who was a pioneer in the industry, died at his home at 10:30 p.m. on Monday, surrounded by relatives. He was 87. Cox served as deputy chairman of the Bahamas Electricity Corporation; as a design engineer at Shawingan Engineering [...]

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NEMA update for Thursday, September 26, 2019
September 26, 2019
NEMA update for Thursday, September 26, 2019

The Commissioner of Police has released the official number of deceased persons recovered as 56. Nine (9) in Grand Bahama and forty-seven (47) in Abaco....

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August 11, 2014
Former Olympian dies in US hospital aged 65

FORMER Olympian Dr Norris Stubbs, a structural engineering expert and one of the Bahamas' top sprinters, died in a hospital in the United States on Saturday night at the age of 65.

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UB Recommissions Purpose-Built Student Hub Named After Beloved Administrator
June 14, 2018
UB Recommissions Purpose-Built Student Hub Named After Beloved Administrator

The newly refurbished Portia M. Smith Building at University of The Bahamas (UB) is the latest capital development project to be unveiled as UB grows to become a world-class University...

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Repairs Coming for Eroded Road
December 03, 2012
Repairs Coming for Eroded Road

The Ministry of Works has plans to shore up an eroded portion of West Bay Street near the Caves. The road caved in after a sea wall collapsed during the passage of Hurricane Sandy in October. Robert Mouzas, senior structural engineer at the Ministry of Works, said on Friday the repairs would be carried out by Bahamian contractors.

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