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Aliv has entered into a three-year relationship with TAHM Management & Marketing Consultants to provide digital advertising along nine bus routes on New Providence. Buses will also be outfitted with WIFI.
Chief Aliv Champion Johnny Ingle said the partnership with TAHM is a very important one for Aliv because it will allow the company to reach thousands of people per day.
"This is an extremely impo...
Members of the board of directors of the Bahamas Children's Emergency Hostel have applauded a local philanthropist for the recent donation of a 2017 twelve-seat bus to the hostel, saying that the donation speaks to the importance and effectiveness of public/private partnerships to their work.
The donor has wished to remain anonymous.
Mr. Samuel Clarke, board member, said the donation of the bus co...
Officials of Children's Hostel Applaud Bus Donation; Call for Additional Partnership/ Group Volunteerism
Members of the Board of Directors of The Bahamas Children’s Emergency Hostel have applauded a local philanthropist for the donation of a 2017...
Father Peter Scott remembers the time when, if people respected nothing else, they respected the church, the people in it and its grounds. But after a recent vandalization of the Church of The Holy Spirit's newly purchased church bus, which the church had just bought to replace the former bus destroyed by Hurricane Joaquin, he laments that nothing is sacred or holy.
"Before time you always had a l...
Parliament met on Wednesday of this week and as expected, Matthew took center stage with the government moving a resolution for a loan of up to $150m to defray the costs of this country’s recovery and reconstruction efforts as a result of not only Hurricane Matthew, but for last year’s Hurricane Joaquin.
The public is hereby informed that as a result of the devastating impact of Hurricane Matthew, the Road Traffic Department headquarters in the Clarence A. Bain Building, and the Examinations Unit in the Munnings building, both situated on Thompson Blvd., will officially move to the Eastern Grandstand of the Thomas A. Robinson National Stadium, on Monday 17th October, 2016
THE Road Traffic Department headquarters in the Clarence A. Bain Building and the Examinations Unit in the Munnings building, both on Thompson Boulevard, will relocate temporarily to the Eastern Grandstand of the Thomas A. Robinson National Stadium from Monday October 17 because of the damage caused by Hurricane Matthew.
Bus stop bench company Seaside Media this week partnered with the Bahamas Feeding Network dedicating two of its benches to calling attention to the plight of poverty.
General Manager of Bahamas Bus and Truck Company Ltd. Ben Albury said the company's used car sales are down by more than 600 units in the past four to six years. Albury estimated that the ratio of used car sales is now 75 percent versus 25 percent in new car sales.