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October 19, 2015
Glass Window Bridge Closed

Family Island Administrator for North Eleuthera, Jolton Johnson, advises residents that due to the sea surges, the Glass Window Bridge closed at 4pm, today, Monday, October 19, 2015

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July 05, 2015
Your Green Tip of the Week: Windows

How would you like to save 10 percent on your BEC bill? Does 20 percent sound even better? For homes and businesses using air-conditioning without properly sealed windows, as much as 10-20 percent of your power bill is a result of cool air seeping straight out the windows.

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May 11, 2015
Police seek Omar Archer - after he broke his legs jumping from court window

POLICE have confirmed that Omar Archer Sr, a self-proclaimed social activist, is wanted for questioning in connection with several ongoing investigations into intentional libel allegations. Mr Archer was taken to hospital on Friday after he jumped out of a second-storey window at the South Street Court Complex and broke his legs in the fall. He was at the court for an unrelated matter...

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March 04, 2015
Single window platform process progressing

The Bahamas Customs Department (BCD) has revealed that all the agencies that will be integrated into the electronic single window (ESW) have signed the requisite memorandums of understanding.

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December 10, 2014
The Glass Window Bridge has re-opened

Please be advised that the Glass Window Bridge in Eleuthera, which was temporarily closed in the interest of public safety because of bad weather, has now been re-opened for normal traffic...

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December 02, 2014
Pinder: Short window to pass FATCA bill

Minister of Financial Services Ryan Pinder said yesterday that the Ministry of Financial Services is on a "tight timeframe" to pass the Foreign Account Tax Compliance Agreement Bill of The Bahamas and the United States before the end of the calendar year.
Pinder told Guardian Business that the government planned to pass the Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (FATCA)-related bill in short order des...

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July 23, 2014
Minister: 'Two-month window' to complete Canada trade deal

Minister of Financial Services Ryan Pinder has revealed that CARICOM was "about 80 to 90 percent complete" with the negotiations of the revised Caribbean-Canada Trade Agreement (CARIBCAN) three weeks after the original deadline.
A new two month-long window has been outlined to complete the deal.
Speaking with Guardian Business, Pinder confirmed that the negotiations are in their final stages, but ...

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April 19, 2011
Movie provides millions with window to Eleuthera

ELEUTHERA, Bahamas -- More than one million US television viewers will be exposed
to the wonders of Eleuthera when the television movie,

The Glass
Window, is broadcast over the Easter weekend.

 

The
Glass Window, which takes its name from Eleuthera's famous Glass
Window Bridge, is airing on various network affiliates in more than
30 US markets.  The film boosts Eleuthera's reputa...

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January 29, 2014
Butler-Turner: Tight VAT window will cause confusion

Free National Movement (FNM) Deputy Leader Loretta Butler-Turner criticized the government yesterday for not yet bringing value-added tax (VAT) legislation to Parliament for debate.
She said Minister of State for Finance Michael Halkitis' statement that the legislation will be brought to the House of Assembly by the end of next month will leave too small a window for public consumption before VAT'...

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January 28, 2014
Your face: The window to your overall health

There's a saying that the "eyes are the windows to your soul," it's no wonder that some doctors say the face is the window to your overall health which is why you always usually get a once over of your eyes, ears, nose and mouth when you visit a medical practitioner's office. This practice while vitally important to your examination is probably the part that many people pay the least amount of att...

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