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In what some PLPs yesterday dubbed a "bombshell", Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) Chairman Bradley Roberts charged that Free National Movement (FNM) Freetown candidate, businessman Dionisio D'Aguilar, knowingly and fraudulently altered the original invoices issued by Whirlpool Corporation on a shipment of 27 commercial washing machines.
D'Aguilar owns Superwash Limited. On January 29, 2014, the co...
POLICE shot and wounded two suspected armed robbers during a shootout near the intersection of Marathon and Robinson Roads on Thursday night.
Customers at Superwash on Prince Charles Drive can now go online while they do their washing.
With their machine tokens, customers will get a receipt that includes a username and password thatís good for two hours.
Plus customers donít need a password to browse the Bahamas Local website, where they can find movie times, the latest news and search thousands of business entries.
By NEIL HARTNELL
Tribune Business Editor
THE Superwash laundromat chain suffered five armed robberies in a 10-day period, prompting its president yesterday to describe the Bahamas as a "Wild, Wild West" society where "everybody is in fear", with the crime situation likely to get worse - not better - in coming months.
Dionisio D'Aguilar, a former Bahamas Chamber of Commerce president, while prai...
The new $1.4 million Superwash set for Gibbs Corner and West Avenue is expected to be completed by July 2013. According to the company's president, Dionisio D'Aguilar, construction on the 4,000 square foot location began last month and is progressing well.
Nearly $70,000 has been spent to revive Superwash's Gibbs Corner and West Avenue location to get it up and running, after that location experienced an early morning fire.
The blaze destroyed the building's roof two months ago. However, the company's president, Dionisio D'Aguilar, said the store was operational weeks after the fire.
"In that time, the damaged roof was repaired. It's not in the best...
Plans for a new 4,000 square foot Superwash are progressing well, with the new laundromat expected to take one year to complete.
This news comes less than two weeks after an early morning fire at Superwash's Gibbs Corner and West Avenue destroyed the building's roof.
A early morning fire at Superwash's Gibbs Corner and West Avenue location destroyed the roof of that building and crippled the business for what is expected to be months, according to Superwash President Dionisio D'Aguilar.
The fire, which started sometime around 2:45 a.m., also threw into limbo plans to construct another Superwash to replace the current 42-year-old Gibbs Corner building, D'Aguila...