Nearly four months since The Bahamas Government signed a $1,650,753 contract to repair and restore the Hansard Building, work has begun.
Bahamas Agricultural and Industrial Corporation’s three-mile farm road through Duncombe’s Coppice in South Andros has reached the fertile pine forest.
Renovations to the Ansbacher building are in progress. When completed the ground floor of the building will accommodate two courts, judges chambers, a jury room and ancillary accommodations.
Prime Minister Hubert Ingraham said he will be sticking to his guns while negotiating the Baha Mar proposal when he heads to China later this week.
The Ministry of Public Works and Transport is continuing its efforts to inform and educate the public on the New Providence Road Improvement Infrastructure Projects, urging drivers to be courteous, plan journeys and exercise patience.
To understand the potentially colossal mistake the PLP made in handing over the redevelopment of Cable Beach to Baha Mar, some historical background is necessary.
Brave Davis wonders why seven miles of a four-lane highway, built by the Chinese, should cost $10,000,000 per mile.
The Government of The Bahamas recently signed a $10 million Loan and Grant Agreements with the Caribbean Development Bank (CDB) for infrastructure repairs and development in the Family Islands.
Baha Mar has reached a settlement agreement with Scotiabank for the outstanding loan issues. With this issue now resolved, the company is hoping to gain the necessary government approvals to move forward with the $2.6 billion resort project.