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PGA Village Reveals New 16M Airport
October 18, 2012
PGA Village Reveals New 16M Airport

The developer behind the first Professional Golf Association (PGA) village outside of the U.S. has revealed plans behind a new international airport on Cat Island.

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October 18, 2012
DPM: Govt in Talks over Airport Funding

Deputy Prime Minister Philip Brave Davis confirmed that plans for the $220 million Professional Golfing Association (PGA) development on Cat Island are progressing well, but admits there are still a few glitches being addressed.

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July 17, 2012
Boards And Committees

It is announced for the public information that the persons listed here under havge been appointed Members of the Statutory Boards and Committees for a period of one year with effect from 1st July 2012.

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March 06, 2012
100,000 for Francis Alexander Garraway Memorial Endowment

Nassau, Bahamas - By all
accounts the late Francis Alexander Garraway was a man well ahead of
his time. The consummate professional land surveyor, Mr. Garraway's
resourcefulness, creativity and insatiable desire for knowledge will be
memorialized through a special endowment established in his name at The
College of The Bahamas.

In a lasting tribute to his memory and legacy, Mr. Garraway's family
...

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May 23, 2011
Power struggle breaks out at Department of Lands and Surveys

By PAUL G TURNQUEST
Tribune Staff Reporter
pturnquest@tribunemedia.net

A POWER struggle is under way at the Department of Lands and Surveys after the Permanent Secretary David Davis reportedly overturned a decision made by the Director Alexander Flowers to redeploy chain workers to the Ministry of Works.
As a result, it is reported that Mr Flowers is considering tendering his resignation as he fe...

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Government to introduce a Bill to address problems faced by landowners
September 21, 2010
Government to introduce a Bill to address problems faced by landowners

The Bahamas Government is going to address the issues faced by landowners who are subjected to loopholes in the Quieting Titles Act by introducing the 2010 Land Adjudication Bill.

The current legislation has proven to entail a long and painstaking exercise that is exhaustive and expensive for the general public.

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