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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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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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January 23, 2014
Police: Man was shot dead through bathroom window

Police were last night searching for the assailant who fired several shots through the bathroom window of a Pinewood Gardens home late Tuesday, killing a man.
The man was shot to the head, according to police.
Superintendent Paul Rolle, officer-in-charge of the Central Detective Unit (CDU), said the victim was standing near the window of his home on Sequoia Street around 11 p.m. when he was shot.
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January 03, 2014
Customs: 'Minority' of businesses using electronic single window

Larger businesses in particular stand to gain a lot in terms of efficiency if they utilize the Custom's Departments' electronic single window (ESW), according to a top customs official, who added that to date only a minority of businesses have taken advantage of the new facility.
After some initial challenges, Charles Turner, comptroller of customs, said those problems are "now being worked out" a...

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April 21, 2017
Second suspect charged with apartment window shooting

A SECOND suspect was arraigned in Magistrates Court on Friday in connection with a recent shooting in the capital.

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Drivers face 80 fines for tinted windows
September 12, 2013
Drivers face 80 fines for tinted windows

DRIVERS with heavily tinted windows face $80 fines after officers from the Road Traffic Division announced an island-wide crackdown yesterday.

Officers will be issuing tickets to motorists whose windows are too dark for the police to see through...

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Glass Window Pursues Golf Resort
February 11, 2013
Glass Window Pursues Golf Resort

Bahamian developers claim they are close to receiving final approval for a golf course resort near Harbour Island that would bring up to 400 new jobs to Eleuthera. Located on a peninsula known as the "glass window", the site includes 600 acres of land perched on bluffs overlooking the Atlantic.

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July 17, 2012
Keep an open mind to efficient windows

Windows. They seem simple enough. You need them to see outside and they bring in light and ventilation.
Indeed, changing out your windows can provide a dramatic impact to any building, significantly modernizing its look, if that's what you're after. A properly selected and installed window can do so much more though - it can help keep heat out and eliminate the need for burglar bars and hurricane ...

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March 26, 2012
A New Way To Shine: Nassau Window Cleaners Launched

Nassau, Bahamas -

Nassau
Window Cleaners launches as the
first company in The Bahamas to offer a window cleaning service that uses 100%
pure water and a 'reach and wash system' without the need for ladders or
scaffolding.

The
water pole-fed cleaning system can wash windows up to 45ft high without the
operator ever having to leave the ground.
By using 100% pure water the best window cleaning resu...

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