Minister of Finance Zhirvago Laing and Royal Oasis Hotel owner, the Harcourt Group, are in talks with parties over interest in a piece of dormant property that has been inactive since September of 2004.
Baha Mar has finalized its financing agreement with the Chinese Export-Import Bank, clearing the way for an official groundbreaking on February 21.
The government has filed an appeal to Justice Neville Adderley’s decision that the Minister of Works acted unlawfully when he began road work on Baillou Hill Road and Market Street.
The Ministry of Public Works & Transport wishes to advise the motoring public that a Temporary Road Closure and traffic diversion will be carried out on sections of East Street to allow the completion of Drilling Works from Monday January 17th for approximately three (3) days.
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.
Like every other grand scheme conjured up by Perry Christie and the PLP, Ginn sur Mer turned out to be nothing but a mirage.
Prime Minister Hubert Ingraham stated that the Cruise Port project proposed for the Williams Town area “is not going as well as expected.”
The government may have to compensate as many as 50 businesses in the Coconut Grove Business League (CGBL) as a result of the ruling by Justice Neville Adderley.
Baha Mar signed construction contracts yesterday totalling $15 million, which are projected to create 450 jobs for Bahamians.