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AID’s $1.5m reason for ‘no Christmas stock shortages’

A major Bahamian retailer yesterday pledged there will be “no Christmas inventory shortages” despite ongoing global supply chain disruption, with $1.5m in merchandise due to arrive this month.

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Bahamas nominated for 20 tourism awards

The Bahamas has been nominated in 20 categories at the upcoming Caribbean Journal Travelers’ Choice Awards 2021.

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Bahamas nominated for 20 tourism awards

The Bahamas has been nominated in 20 categories at the upcoming Caribbean Journal Travelers’ Choice Awards 2021.

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‘Unhappy campers’ on Atlantis COVID testing

The hotel union’s president yesterday said “there are a lot of unhappy campers on Paradise Island” after Atlantis followed through on plans to make unvaccinated staff pay for weekly COVID tests.

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IAN FERGUSON: Beware peril of unfair employee dismissals

When you terminate an employee’s contract without a fair reason, it is an unfair or unlawful dismissal. Sometimes these issues are dealt with at Industrial Tribunals but, quite often, there are many terminations that go unaddressed.

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What is sciatica?

Sciatica is the medical term describing severe pain experienced in the legs.

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Training start-up eyes Caribbean expansion

A COVID-19 start-up is aiming to expand into the Caribbean within a year of next month’s launch, its president said yesterday.

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Gov’t warned: ‘Time not on Abaco’s side’

Abaco’s Chamber of Commerce president yesterday urged the Davis administration to quickly outline its plans for continued post-Dorian reconstruction, warning: “Time is not on our side.

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National task force chief defends food aid

SUSAN Larson, head of the National Food Distribution Task Force formed under the Minnis administration, has defended the programme after Social Services Minister Obie Wilchcombe questioned the nearly $800k weekly bill.

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‘FOOD ASSISTANCE COSTS TOO MUCH’: Obie questions why aid programme bill is $800k per week

SOCIAL Services and Urban Development Minister Obie Wilchcombe has questioned spending related to the government’s National Food Distribution initiative as his ministry prepares to take over the programme.

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IAN FERGUSON: Succession planning is vital to lasting success

Whether you are a small family business or a large corporation, a business owner or a human resources manager, effective retirement and succession planning is vital for your company’s continuing success.

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Christmas ‘make or break’ for local retail

A Bahamas Federation of Retailers co-chair yesterday warned the upcoming Christmas season will be “make or break” for many merchants still grappling with the COVID-19 pandemic’s devastating economic fall-out.

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FRONT PORCH: No hiding from the shameful vitriol directed at those who would risk everything for a better life

THERE is a regional and global context to the approximately 1,000 Haitian migrants who recently landed in Inagua. There may also be a domestic and political back story. We are experiencing national and global fractures from COVID-19 which are turning into deep economic, social and political fissures.

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FACE TO FACE: A one stop place for learners online

NEVER before in the history of mankind have billions of human beings used the internet as a tool for traditional learning at the same time.