Sixty-three public school administrators who are graduates of the Institute for Educational Leadership were recognised and celebrated for their achievements at a pinning ceremony.
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Repairs, cleaning and restoration of various buildings and public facilities are on the way for Inagua. Prime Minister Hubert Ingraham announced that $200,000 would be made available to complete the works there.
With the signing of contracts for a new dock, repair of a bridge and roads, the island of Exuma is poised for an infrastructure boost.
The signing of a near $14 million contract for Exuma’s new community health facility highlights the continued transformation of the Government’s National Health System said Prime Minister Hubert Ingraham.
A mini-roundabout has been installed at the West Bay Street and Arawak Cay junction as a temporary measure to assist with traffic management in this area.
Efforts are being made to bring the New Providence Improvement and Infrastructure Project to a close, Ministry of Public Works and Transport officials have announced.
In a meeting with the prime minister, over 60 Long Island fishermen expressed concerns about foreigners poaching, protection at sea, amendments to the fisheries act and unfair bonefishing competition, among others.
Long Island residents including teachers and students of Mangrove Bush Pre and Primary School celebrated the opening of a new pre-school and classroom block on the weekend.
The Bahamas Government has signed contracts for repairs to the dock and construction of public toilets in Clarence Town, Long Island.