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Monthly Archives: May 2012
The mandates of the Bahamas Development Bank and the Bahamas Agricultural and Industrial Corporation will be broadened to include provision of equity, credit guarantees and marketing and accounting support.
During his presentation of the 2012/2013 Budget Communication, Prime Minister Perry Christie said the government has created the Ministry for Grand Bahama to address that island’s needs.
The government has reaffirmed its commitment to a mortgage relief programme that will help save the homes of persons who are no longer able to service their loan obligations.
Floridia resident Annie Potts, director of the Bahamas Lighthouse Preservation Society, is working to ensure that the historic Elbow Reef Lighthouse in the Bahamas will remain a beacon of hope forever.
The government is reinstating the Urban Renewal programme to foster a beneficial and effective relationship between the police and the community.
Modesty means refusing to unveil what should remain hidden. It guides how one looks at others and behaves toward them in conformity with the dignity of persons and their solidarity.
The Bahamas must base its future on productive legitimate enterprise, and be a cooperative and collaborative player in world financial affairs, rather than a small “Black Hole”.
There has been no end of ideas to protect Bahamian farmers yet officials continue to suggest that with a few more tax dollars they can make it work. Subsidies are a waste of taxpayer dollars.