The signing of a contract for the reconstruction of the dock in Hatchet Bay will bring “relief” to the residents of that Family Island Public Works and Transport Minister the Hon. Neko C. Grant said.
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The Government’s Infrastructure Crusade expanded to Current Island with the signing of a $214,959.30 contract for two docks there.
Robinson Road from Key West Street to the junction at East Street remains under full closure as roadworks continue on this corridor.
In addition to improving the road network and enhancing landscaping, the new John F. Kennedy Drive Airport Gateway is expected to improve the capacity of the entrance to the airport where the existing roadway is limited in traffic capacity.
Prime Minister Hubert Ingraham officially opened the Witness Care Conference February 10, a two-day event organised by the Office of the Attorney General in conjunction with the Royal Bahamas Police Force.
The Bahamas Government has activated the second phase of its street naming and house numbering exercise. The project is designed to make it easier to locate businesses and houses throughout the island of New Providence and is a part of the six-month National Jobs Programme.
Justices, magistrates and members of the Bar were urged to give of their very best during a service to mark the opening of the Legal Year.
The new six-legged roundabout, the first of its kind in The Bahamas, is functioning as expected and providing a smooth flow of traffic for motorists.
The Government’s plans to redevelop Saunders Beach are progressing and residents are already enjoying the scenic beachfront recreational area.