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Closure fear at Cavalier job cuts

Fears were growing last night that one of The Bahamas’ largest and best-known construction companies has shut down permanently with some 54 employees already terminated.

Wrap up warm - it’s going to get cold

Wrap up warm folks because we’re going to get a wintry blast across The Bahamas later this week. With a cold front coming in from the north west overnight temperatures are going to go down quicker than an ice cold Kalik.

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San Salvador Government Administration Building destroyed in fire

Police on San Salvador are investigating after a fire destroyed the Government Administration Building on Friday.

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Romauld Ferreira: Plastics ban ‘right thing to do’

Minister of the Environment Romauld Ferreira insisted it was “the right thing to do” for the country to tackle the dependency of plastic use amid the public push back of the single-use plastic ban.

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Samaritan’s Purse president Franklin Graham visits tent field hospital in Freeport

FRANKLIN Graham, president of Samaritan’s Purse, travelled to Grand Bahama on Friday where he visited the tent field hospital that his organisation is operating in Freeport.

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Ragged Island renewable electrical grid to be completed this year

THE construction of the electrical grid set to bring renewable energy to storm-ravaged Ragged Island is set to be completed this year.

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Hanna Martin calls for 'dignified' removal of hurricane victims' bodies

MP for Englerston, Glenys Hanna Martin is calling for the “dignified and respectful” removal of bodies which were stored after Hurricane Dorian.

Canadian renewable energy firms share expertise

CANADIAN High Commissioner Laurie Peters held a Reconstruction and Resilience Forum Friday to introduce local contractors to a delegation of Clean-Tech and infrastructure companies that can assist with Hurricane Dorian restoration efforts.

Ministry 'open about its challenges engaging teachers'

THE Ministry of Education has been open about its challenges engaging teachers for the public school system, according to acting Director of Education Marcellus Taylor.