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October 10, 2019
Campbell Impressed with ‘First Class’ Work Being Done at AU

Minister of Social Services and Urban Development, the Hon. Frankie A. Campbell, walked away from a tour of the operation at Abilities Unlimited (AU) excited about the potential for greater future revenue earnings based on the craftsmanship on display -- once the facility is given the requisite support from members of the general public and others...

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June 07, 2019
Bahamas must distinguish its tourism product from that of other nations

Minister of Tourism, the Hon. Dionisio D’Aguilar told Grand Bahamian graduates of the Bahamahost program that The Bahamas has to find a way to distinguish itself from other destinations offering the same product to the same markets...

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August 18, 2017
CCA still silent on if it will meet October 15 Baha Mar deadline

With only two and a half months left before the SLS at Baha Mar is scheduled to open, it is still not yet known whether China Construction America will meet its October 15 deadline to have construction completed.
The contractor of record for the mega-resort project has stated that, due to a held-up order of lounge chairs it would not be able to meet the deadline. The lounge chair issue is part of ...

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July 12, 2017
Prime minister to tour Baha Mar next week

Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis is expected to lead a walk through of Baha Mar next week, only weeks after Minister of Tourism and Aviation Dionisio D'Aguilar toured the mega-resort, which is still under development.
Minnis has been hesitant to answer questions on Baha Mar, especially as eyebrows have been raised recently after former Baha Mar developer Sarkis Izmirlian suggested that the governm...

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July 07, 2017
Govt waiting to see if Baha Mar meets SLS opening deadline

Minister of Tourism and Aviation Dionisio D'Aguilar told Guardian Business yesterday that he is waiting to see if Baha Mar and China Construction America (CCA) will meet its October deadline for opening the SLS hotel. Meantime the Office of the Prime Minister is saying nothing at all about matters pertaining to the $4.2 billion resort.
Sources close to the construction sector told this paper that ...

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CCA chairs threat 'makes no sense'
July 05, 2017
CCA chairs threat 'makes no sense'

BAHA Mar's main contractor was yesteday accused of "insulting the intelligence of the Bahamian people" over its missed completion deadline warning, with local industry players urging the Government to investigate...

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July 04, 2017
D'Aguilar: reports of Baha Mar delay a 'little odd'

Tourism Minister Dionisio D'Aguilar today expressed doubt that the multi-billion-dollar Baha Mar resort could miss yet another completion date due to the non-receipt of lounge chairs.

The minister, who spoke to reporters outside of Cabinet, said he will follow up with Baha Mar officials later today but finds it "a little odd" that the opening of the resort could be hampered by something so insign...

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Live beach entertainment at Coco’s, Pool Party at Tipsy

Saturday 17th August 2019  1:00 PM

Join us for our pool party, mere paces from the waters edge sits our captivatingly laid back Coco Beach Bar & Grill. Renowned for its Bahamian drink specialties and local grilled favorites, this casual beach facility features weekly entertainment, picnic tables, lounge chairs, thatched shades and a water-sport cabana for kayak and banana boat rentals. For information on private events, please cont...


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September 23, 2011
What does it take to say 'enough is enough'

EDITOR, The Tribune.

I WATCH and wonder what does it take to get a Bahamian to rise from his lounge chair on the beach and say, enough is enough, and I am not taking anymore.

Injustice, crime and decay and we just coast along.

The fact that a pregnant woman can be brutally murdered in this country and the infant is not considered to be a human being or to have been murdered ought to make us all...

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