The improvements on the Nassau Harbour included dredging 1.9 million cubic yards of material from the harbour; and the installation of three mooring dolphins, causeways and ladders at Prince George Wharf and extension of the western end of Arawak Cay by 1,000 ft.
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The collection of 15 murals and sculptures created by 15 artists in historic areas of downtown Nassau is now officially unveiled.
The Ministry of Labour and Social Development and the Urban Renewal Program have developed an essay contest to sensitize the youth to the plight of the elderly and of the contributions they have made.
Touted as the largest of its kind in the region, the new national stadium nears completion with just nine months left to go.
Bank of The Bahamas executives are taking steps to ensure that local businesses understand the features of the new ACH payroll systems.
The third Caribbean Wellness Day was celebrated locally, Saturday, September 11, with activities, organized by the Ministry of Health to promote healthy lifestyles through physical activity.
James Catalyn and Friends return to the stage for another round of “Summer Madness,” September 14 to 18 at the Dundas Centre for the Performing Arts.
Minister of Education Desmond Bannister said, “Finding the money, frankly, is easier than finding the teachers,” as he outlined solutions to lift the level of education over the long term.
The Bahamas has made moves towards becoming a member of the World Trade Organization, a move that will mean some changes for the government in terms of having to provide clear rules regarding business in the Bahamas.