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April 05, 2012
Fire destroys roof of Superwash's Gibbs Corner location

A early morning fire at Superwash's Gibbs Corner and West Avenue location destroyed the roof of that building and crippled the business for what is expected to be months, according to Superwash President Dionisio D'Aguilar.
The fire, which started sometime around 2:45 a.m., also threw into limbo plans to construct another Superwash to replace the current 42-year-old Gibbs Corner building, D'Aguila...

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October 03, 2011
SUPERWASH SALES DROPPED 40 AT ROADWORKS PEAK

By NEIL HARTNELL

Tribune Business Editor

A LEADING businessman yesterday said sales for his impacted outlets slumped by 40 per cent at the New Providence Road Improvement Project's peak, telling Tribune Business the main Argentinean contractor "made a mistake" in not hiring more Bahamian supervisors and sub-contractors.

Dionisio D'Aguilar said that while the top-line at his Superwash laundroma...

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July 05, 2011
Superwash sees 30,000 energy costs hike

Superwash has shelled out a whopping $30,000 more for their utilities during the first five months of 2011 than last year, with its president suggesting a BEC move to hedge would stabilize prices for struggling businesses.
"If the government could figure out how to remove the volatility from the cost of fuel I think it would be extremely beneficial to businesses," Dionisio D'Aguilar told Guardian ...

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November 23, 2010
Superwash outlets robbed five times in 10 days

By NEIL HARTNELL

Tribune Business Editor

THE Superwash laundromat chain suffered five armed robberies in a 10-day period, prompting its president yesterday to describe the Bahamas as a "Wild, Wild West" society where "everybody is in fear", with the crime situation likely to get worse - not better - in coming months.

Dionisio D'Aguilar, a former Bahamas Chamber of Commerce president, while prai...

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August 29, 2010
BahamasLocal.com brings the Internet to Superwash

Customers at Superwash on Prince Charles Drive can now go online while they do their washing. With their machine tokens, customers will get a receipt that includes a username and password
that's good for two hours.

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Bahamas Local brings the Internet to Superwash
August 13, 2010
Bahamas Local brings the Internet to Superwash

Customers at Superwash on Prince Charles Drive can now go online while they do their washing.

With their machine tokens, customers will get a receipt that includes a username and password that’s good for two hours.

Plus customers don’t need a password to browse the Bahamas Local website, where they can find movie times, the latest news and search thousands of business entries.

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April 30, 2014
Expert: 2015 VAT more 'realistic'

A day after the government confirmed that it plans to delay value-added tax (VAT) implementation at least until the last quarter of this year, one of the visiting consultants from New Zealand proposed that a "realistic" date for its introduction would be later -- on January 1, or possibly April 1, 2015...

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August 28, 2018
Residents alarmed at plan for Soldier Road cemetery

SOLDIER Road residents are expressing concern over plans to develop a cemetery in the area.The cemetery is reportedly to be built immediately northeast of Kennedy Subdivision, next to Superwash on Soldier Road.Local resident Gloria Wallace expressed

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July 09, 2009
Inconsistency at Customs hits energy efficient firms

BAHAMIAN suppliers of energy efficient equipment and technology are “finding it very difficult to function” because of the inconsistent treatment their imported products receive from the Customs Department, a former Chamber of Commerce president said yesterday, with some shipments allowed in duty-free and others charged the full 45 per cent.

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June 20, 2017
Davis: Budget offers no relief for ordinary people

Opposition Leader Philip Brave Davis charged yesterday that the 2017/2018 budget is "steeped" with financial benefits for families, other loved ones and friends of those in government, but is oppressive for the poor people in The Bahamas.
"When the FNM says it's the people's time, we are constrained to ask who are these people?" Davis said as he contributed to the budget debate in the House of Ass...

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