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.
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LIME, the Caribbean’s leading full service telecommunications provider, announced a US $400,000 investment in regional athletics with a two year sponsorship of the prestigious CARIFTA Games.
It’s a winning fast food combo that fast tracks deserving students to success — it’s the Wendy’s and Coca-Cola Scholarship Program.
Structural deterioration on the bridge linking Great and Little Exuma, commonly called “Ferry Bridge,” is of concern and repairs or a rebuild are being considered.
This year patrons will have the opportunity during the four hour art tour to spend more time at each space to view the art as well as meeting and speaking with the artists.
Prime Minister Hubert Ingraham led a delegation to Exuma to begin a feasibility study for the construction of a new port.
Human Resources Officers from throughout the Ministry of National Security attended eight weeks of training, which covered all aspects of General Orders and Human Resources topics, including the various categories of leave, appointments, promotions, budgets and disciplinary action.
Prime Minster Hubert Ingraham underscored the importance of the new United States Departure Terminal to the national economy, specifically tourism, the engine of the economy.
Artisans from Exuma received their certificates of proficiency in coconut, straw and shell craft, and food processing from the Bahamas Agricultural and Industrial Corporation (BAIC).