November 14, 2018
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SATURDAY UPDATES: All clear for New Providence, Andros, Abaco, Eleuthera – Hurricane Warning remains for Grand Bahama, Bimini, Berry Islands and neighbouring cays
10pm: A statement from BPL on power restoration efforts – Bahamas Power and Light Company Ltd (BPL) wishes to confirm for customers that we have begun restoration efforts and have returned service to some of the feeders, but BPL continues to prioritize safety of our customers and staff as we recover from Hurricane Isaias.
THE Bahamas Utilities and Services and Allied Workers Union is again calling on the government to intervene in ongoing disputes with executives at the Water and Sewage Corporation.
The Water & Sewerage Corporation’s main supplier yesterday reassured the capital markets that the $16m debt currently owed to it by the state-run utility is “just the way The Bahamas operates”.
A master plan to solve New Providence’s wastewater woes was delayed for 14 months after the then-Water & Sewerage Corporation Board sought a “sole-source award” of the contract, Tribune Business can reveal.
WATER and Sewerage Management Union (WSMU) president Montgomery Miller claims he was suspended for two days by the Water and Sewage Corporation (WSC) for questioning the authority.“In a most recent instance I, in my capacity as president of the Water
WATER and Sewage Corporation, having restored water supply in twelve Abaco settlements, have revealed additional restoration plans for the island.
THE Water and Sewerage Corporation is embarking on a process of staff transfers to “right-size” departments and ensure better efficiency. In a statement released yesterday, WSC officials said: “As we move to realign the corporation to heighten its e
Last night, The Water and Sewerage Corporation fired back at what it saw as a “sudden, ill-advised and unreasonable press conference held by Dwayne Woods”.
The Water & Sewerage Corporation’s main supplier yesterday voiced concern that Hurricane Dorian has “exacerbated” the Government’s difficulties in paying the $16.2m debt owed to it.
THE Water and Sewerage Corporation signed a contract yesterday for the expansion of its GPS tracking solution, which will help support improvements within its operations. Speaking at the contract signing, WSC Executive Chairman and Long Island MP Ad
THE Water and Sewerage Corporation announced yesterday that it has commenced operations to restore interim water supply to “critical governmental facilities” in Marsh Harbour, Abaco. In a press statement released yesterday, WSC suggested that this w
More than two-thirds of the Water & Sewerage Corporation’s $12.7m debt to its main BISX-listed supplier was “delinquent” at mid-year despite this sum being cut by $5m since 2018 year-end.
The Water & Sewerage Corporation’s debt to its main BISX-listed supplier was slashed by $7.4m in April 2019, financial filings have revealed, with the balance owing cut to $11.6m.
BAHAMAS Utilities Service and Allied Workers Union (BUSAWU) President Dwayne Woods yesterday accused the Water and Sewerage Corporation of attempting to “misdirect” the Department of Labour by claiming BUSAWU did not meet the requirements for a strike vote.
The Water & Sewerage Corporation's (WSC) two trade unions are planning to stage a "wildcat withdrawal of enthusiasm" today amid claims staff morale is at an "all-time low".
The Water & Sewerage Corporation’s main supplier was warning of “immediate shortages” that could have “significant ramifications” for Baha Mar and the Government as early as July 2018.