Six weeks after buyers turned reservations into purchases for Palm Cay’s first condominium offering, work is well underway with infrastructure and site preparation slightly ahead of schedule.
Palm Cay, the upscale residential community on New Providence’s southeastern coast, is reporting a spike in sales with single family residential lots leading the way.
A Bahamas Technical and Vocational Institution’s (BTVI) carpentry student, Elkanah Jaroy Cooper received recognition for a new home constructed on Bola Alley and Finlayson Street.
Government borrows $60 million from NIB for 125 houses. That’s $480,000 for each house!
A fire over the weekend has renewed concerns and initiated a government investigation into the country’s many shantytowns.
Over 4,000 private homes in The Bahamas use outside toilets, unconventional toilet facilities or are without toilet facilities at all
Bahamian households living in poverty have increased by 83 per cent between 2007 and 2011.
After 30 years on the Royal Bahamas Police Force – many of them in frontline policing – Inspector Ricardo “Alacup” Richardson thought he had witnessed it all.
Crime infested Bahamian communities of criminal activity are being targeted by taking away the “comfort zones” of criminals.