Eighty per cent of the former employees of the defunct City Market supermarket chain are still waiting for their severance pay and benefits and have now lost faith in the Bahamas legal system.
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Paradise Plates’ annual fundraising event – Hands For Hunger, was a success with all proceeds going towards eliminating unnecessary hunger and food waste.
While greater transparency is indeed a key tool in the fight against criminality, politics is not the only arena of national life in which a criminal culture prevails.
Bahamian commercial banks anticipate that it will be about 12-18 months before any improvement will be seen in high liquidity and non-performing loan levels.
While financial analysts are concerned over the Bahamas’ huge national debt and projected deficit there is no further downgrade likely to the Bahamas’ credit rating in the short-term.
Benchmark issued a letter of comfort in 2011 to Alliance, confirming its commitment to ensuring the subsidiary is funded for the foreseeable future, despite Alliance’s $2.5 million net loss.
In an effort to assist business that have suffered losses due to the ongoing roadworks project, the government has begun a surveying process to gather information and assess economic damages.
Project Potcake, a spay/neuter campaign proposal organised with American non-profit group Animal Balance, could target as many as 2,000 stray dogs per week.
For the first time, the exclusive Old Fort Bay club is raising annual membership dues as costs were “at an unsustainable level”. Fees will go up a dramatic 67 per cent.