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Over the first quarter of this year, the Bahamas Waste team has worked hard to live up the motto on their latest truck 'Service Above Self' which honours Rotary in The Bahamas.
Family Island communities and prospective investors cannot afford to wait on the central government to "come to the rescue" and meet the out islands' vast infrastructural needs to encourage economic development, a Bahamian resort owner yesterday warned.
COMPLAINTS from residents over rubbish piling up in dumpsters and bins and being left to rot on the ground in Englerston have been answered after photographs and a report in The Tribune last week.
Former Minister of Works Neko Grant charged that the Christie administration's policies are not working, and - citing a number of questions that remain on the House of Assembly agenda and have yet to be answered - that the government is engaged in a campaign of "do nothing and the people will forget".
On January 1, 2015, value added tax (VAT) was implemented throughout The Bahamas to help cement the government's program of public finance reform and reduce a debt burden that diverts funds from essential services such as education, healthcare and garbage collection...