Robinson Road to Soldier Road beginning from the intersection at Grace Avenue and Old Trail Road will be closed as of November 22 to facilitate the installation of a 24-inch pipe.
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The Prison Reform agenda is expected to retool Her Majesty’s Prisons into a facility that is “even more adequate to deal with the new manifestations of crime” and criminality, in addition to the custodial care of inmates.
The Attorney General said the appointment of the Tribunal is a “critical” element in the regulatory regime governing the utilities sector. He said all the appointed members are senior and “respected” members of the legal profession.
Royal Bahamas Defence Force Training Officer Senior Lt. Raymond King has completed the Strategy and International Security (SIS) Course at the National Defense University in Washington DC, and intends to design courses that will allow him to transfer the knowledge he has gained to his fellow officers.
Ten years after BahamasB2B founders gave a presentation in Freeport on e-Government in The Bahamas, it appears that Bahamian politicians are finally catching.
A new underwater scooter designed by a British inventor allows people who can’t swim to explore coral reefs and without extensive scuba-diving training.
A team of researchers has uncovered evidence that a Mega-Flood, or series of megafloods, shaped the islands of the Bahamas Islands thousands of years ago.
Tropical Storm Paula weakened to a tropical depression Friday after dumping heavy rains on Cuba’s capital.
Doctor’s Hospital, committed to making a positive difference in the lives of community members, made a much needed donation of additional computers to Gerald C. Cash Primary School.