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Bail granted to man accused of breaking into a New Providence home on New Year’s Eve

A MAN was granted bail yesterday after he was accused of breaking into a home on New Providence on New Year’s Eve.

Western condo development targets 150 construction jobs

A west New Providence condo project is aiming to create up to 150 construction jobs through its developer's first up to $20m foray into the real estate development market.

Over 180 feet of clogged pipes are excavated at Arawak Cay

MORE than 180 feet of clogged pipes have been excavated to-date as part of sewerage upgrades at Arawak Cay, it was revealed yesterday.

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'Phenomenal': Carnival's extra $100m to drive 5.5m GB cruise tourism surge

Carnival's extra $100m investment to double the volume of ships its new port can handle will lead a cruise-driven 5.5m visitor surge to Grand Bahama in 2028, it was revealed yesterday.

Building at Kipling Complex in GB soon to be demolished to make way for new UB campus

THE International Building at the Kipling Complex will soon be demolished to begin developing a new University of The Bahamas campus in Grand Bahama.

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Equestrian athletes Katerina and Sienna make the most of Grand Caraibe Tour

EQUESTRIAN athletes Katerina Coello and Sienna Tinker made the most of The Bahamas’ first-ever invitation to the Grand Caraibe Equestrian Competition Tour, using the golden opportunity to showcase their talents and the quality of Bahamian equestrian sport.

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Urban Renewal project looks to rid Englerston of 600 derelict vehicles

SIX hundred derelict vehicles will be removed from the Englerston community, the start of a project government officials hope to extend to other constituencies in New Providence.

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Bahamas Baptist Sports Federation officially launched

OVER the weekend, the Bahamas Baptist Sports Federation was officially launched.

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Prince George Wharf vendors to relocate

The head of the Government’s Downtown Revitalisation Unit yesterday said vendors who were asked to vacate Prince George Wharf will be allowed to operate from “alternative locations”.

Market Slope move to unlock vendor sales

The Government senator leading downtown Nassau's overhaul has promised to create new vendor opportunities through the pedestrianisation of Market Slope.

$100m Goodman’s Bay penthouse ‘compelling’ amid pneumonia claim

The developer behind the $100m, 14-storey Goodman’s Bay penthouse project last night acknowledged their neighbour’s “passion” and “attachment” but pointed to the 300 construction jobs it will create.

Industries mixed over up to 75% boating fee cuts

Fishing and tour excursion providers yesterday gave decidedly mixed reactions on the up to 75 percent cuts in boat registration fees tabled in the House of Assembly.