Although the Ministry of Works and Urban Development started off with an approved Capital Budget allocation of $229 million, when the budget allocation for infrastructural works were reviewed, a number of matters came to light.
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Dame Marguerite Pindling, who was recently photographed for the Bahamian Project, was sworn-in as Deputy to the Governor-General on March 14.
In the period July-December 2012, Bahamasair incurred a net loss of $11.7 million as compared to $9.8 million for the same period in 2011.
Ryan Pinder, Minister of Financial Services, met with the Light Manufacturers’ Association at their general meeting last week.
The Exigency Order permitting residents whose properties were damaged during Hurricane Sandy 2012 to import goods duty free has been extended for a further period of 90 days.
Prime Minister Perry Christie revealed that “deserving Bahamians” will be honoured with Bahamian awards during the official launch of The Bahamas’ 40th Anniversary of Independence.
Minister for Foreign Affairs and Immigration Fred Mitchell said he has been spending much time in Grand Bahama where the issuing of the granting of work permits is “most vexing”.
The syrup is being recalled due to the fact that the product appears cloudy on inspection. It should be clear when consumed.
Students participating in the 2013 E. Clement Bethel National Arts Festival Adjudications on Grand Bahama say that not only are they showcasing their talents, they are also learning and having fun.