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More than 300 qualified recipients of the Department of Social Services Food Assistance Programme in North, Central and South Abaco received their Visa Pre-Paid Cards during ceremonies held at the Central Abaco Primary School here in Central Pines, Abaco, Monday, June 27.
The introduction of pre-paid Visa cards for persons eligible for Social Service benefits was described as “revolutionary” by Minister of Social Services, the Hon. Melanie Griffin...
The much talked about $15 million compensation plan designed by the government to bring relief to businesses adversely impacted by the beleaguered and controversial road works project has been branded a success by the Ministry of Finance.
The program, which commenced on December 5, 2012 and ended on the January 18, 2013 met its goal "to assist businesses that were deeply impacted during the road w...
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By SANCHESKA BROWN
LOCAL food stores in New Providence fear a shortage of perishable items in the lead up to Hurricane Irene which is expected to make landfall tomorrow morning.
Thousands of people have flocked to local supermarkets, stocking up on perishable and non-perishable items, in order to be fully prepared for the hurricane.
However, owner and operator of Super Value, Rupert Roberts, to...
Prime Minister announces three new cases of COVID-19 and plans to extend state of emergency for eight days
Prime Minister the Most Hon. Dr. Hubert Minnis today in a live update on COVID-19 announced three more confirmed cases of the virus and plans to extend the state of emergency until 8 April...
As Hurricane Irma continues her path of destruction through the Caribbean residents of New Providence, the capital of The Bahamas, are taking no chances. Throughout the island persons are heading to stores for hurricane supplies, food and water. Pictured is an empty bread isle at a food store in central Nassau.
The Public is advised that it is illegal, unethical and immoral for businesses in The Bahamas to artificially increase the price of goods and services offered for sale or hire in an attempt to secure abnormal profits in anticipation or in the aftermath of a national disaster, in this instance, Hurricane Irma...