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‘Recent fire had no direct effect on load shedding’

A RECENT fire at Bahamas Power and Light’s Clifton Pier Plant has had no bearing on ongoing load shedding in New Providence.

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Two bodies found as people get back to work in Abaco

CLEAN-UP crews working to move debris in The Mudd have revealed how they have found two bodies and at least one firearm. Forty-two Abaconians have been able to get back to work thanks to the clean-up operation after Hurricane Dorian. Bahamas Striping


BIMINI residents are complaining that a proliferation of flies and unpleasant odour have overtaken their small community due to the improper handling of solid waste collection and disposal on that island.

Bahamians can handle Abaco debris clean-up

Bahamian companies have the necessary equipment and capacity to handle the massive clean-up of Abaco’s Dorian debris, a local contractor involved in the effort is arguing. Atario Mitchell, president of Caribbean Pavement Solutions (CPS), said: “For

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Fyre Festival organisers ‘wasted money and acted like spoilt kids’

AMERICAN organisers flew into The Bahamas and conducted their affairs like “spoilt kids” with an aging celebrity in tow, flouting regulations in their bid to stage the ill-fated Fyre Festival cheaply, according to a former Bahamian consultant on the project.

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‘Irreversible’ harm fears on $580m Abaco project

The Government has been urged to reject the proposed $580m South Abaco mixed-use resort project due to “tremendous concerns” over its “financial viability and environmental impact”.

YOUNG MAN'S VIEW: More on regulating webshops

Years ago, I remember hearing that Sir Lynden Pindling, the country’s first prime minister, was known for espousing the view that “the voice of the people” was that of God’s.