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October 28, 2019
Mold Remediation Takes Center Stage in GBPA-Supported Post-Dorian Meetings

The safe and effective removal of mold following severe flooding, such as Grand Bahamians experienced with Hurricane Dorian, is critical to full and healthy restoration. The Grand Bahama Port Authority (GBPA) is pleased to support mold remediation education for Grand Bahama’s homeowners, business owners and contractors...

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April 25, 2016
Meridian students learn about paper shredding, recycling

In the lead up to Earth Day on April 22, students from The Meridian School toured Sunryse Information Management's paper shredding warehouse on Bacardi Road.

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September 15, 2017
Reconstructing the Caribbean after Irma

Hurricane Irma devastated several islands of the Caribbean. The hurricane took the leisurely time of a tourist on summer holiday in the tropics. Then she slowly wended her considerable, powerful, awe-inspiring mass, and destructive tentacles of wind, water, storm surge, and frightening spectacle of thunder and lightning, toward Florida.
Irma struck Floridians with winds of 130 miles per hour, Cate...

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July 17, 2017
Removing the strip on asphalt shingles

Especially during the hurricane season, when high winds cause damage to roofs, owners, builders and building supplies executives are drawn into an argument. It begins when someone picks up a shingle that has been blown from the roof, notices the cellophane strip on the underside and comments, "I see, the strip wasn't taken off. That's why the shingle flew off." Before you can say "roofing cement",...

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December 08, 2016
Grand Bahama Junior Junkanoo Groups Get Assistance

Not only are the junior “Junkanooers” being supplied with the basic materials needed to create their costumes, they will also be offered help in the creation of such costumes. As a part of the preparation members of the various senior Junkanoo groups on the island have offered their services...

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February 23, 2015
Scathing report on detention center

The Inter-American Commission on Human Rights (IACHR) has requested the government implement eight precautionary measures to "ensure the life and physical integrity" of migrants at the Carmichael Road Detention Centre.

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October 03, 2014
BAIC secures major sale of Bahamian handicraft products to Germany

The Bahamas Agricultural and Industrial Corporation (BAIC), in aggressively keeping the government's mandate, which in part is geared toward a rejuvenation of the straw, shell, sponge, paper and coconut handicraft industries, made history with the visit of El Puente GMBH delegates Angela Lepa and Gesa Pertersen to The Bahamas in January of this year. Through this visit, El Puente and the BAIC in c...

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Bahamas Food Services is Bahamaslocal.com Business of the week!
April 08, 2013
Bahamas Food Services is Bahamaslocal.com Business of the week!

Every week Bahamaslocal.com promotes a business that services and professionalism embodies what a company should be, and this week we're promoting Bahamas Food Services.

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March 20, 2013
Industrial production of hemp

I recall reading several articles in the St. Lucia Press advocating the cultivation of hemp as an economic enterprise. I do not know what progress has been made in this regard, but suspect that it has been mistakenly caught up in the crusade against marijuana.
It should have been cleared by now by our local and regional experts and governmental authorities that hemp is not marijuana. It is a dis...

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