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The post office building on East Hill Street.

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Post Office relocation to complete next week

The General Post Office will open at its new Town Centre Mall location next week, Tribune Business was told yesterday, as staff complete the move from East Hill Street.

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Is post office now shredding our mail?

TRANSPORT and Local Government Minister Renward Wells yesterday announced his ministry has launched an investigation into claims of a mass shredding exercise underway at the General Post Office.

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Post Office’s new landlord - Brent?

THE government is expected to bring a resolution to Parliament today which will allow the Minnis administration to rent facilities at the Town Centre Mall to house the General Post Office, a move that could bring an end to years of turmoil for workers at the facility and months of anguish for Bahamians that depend on its operations.

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Speaker wants new parliament at PO site

HOUSE Speaker Halson Moultrie says he envisions a new Parliament at the site of the General Post Office, where there are plans to eventually demolish the existing structure.“As the member for Killarney (Prime Minister Dr Hubert Minnis) spoke, I had a

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Mould, no generator and no air conditioning at general post office

WORKERS at the East Hill Street General Post Office protested yesterday because of no air-conditioning and the presence of mould in the facility, Bahamas Public Services Union President Kimsley Ferguson said.The demonstration, which involved about 60

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Half-day opening for post office

THE East Hill Street General Post Office will be operating on half-days until further notice.

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Post office building to be imploded

THE government will demolish the General Post Office at East Hill Street as part of efforts to modernise the downtown area, Transport and Local Government Minister Frankie Campbell said yesterday.However, he could not say how much it will cost to ren

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Post office finally given new home

MOULD and a broken air-conditioning system could soon be problems of the past for General Post Office workers, with press secretary Anthony Newbold revealing yesterday that Cabinet has decided to relocate the institution to the old Phil’s food store building on Gladstone Road.

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Still concerns over post office, warns union

DESPITE the promises of the government, the mould problem at the East Street General Post Office remains a major concern, says Bahamas Public Services Union (BPSU) President Kimsley Ferguson.

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Postal workers in 'good faith' return

RESIDENTS can expect to receive “some” mail before Christmas as the General Post Office on East Hill Street resumed operations last week, after nearly one month of workers protesting, according to Bahamas Public Services Union (BPSU) President Kingsley Ferguson.

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Govt seeks short-term answer to problems at post office

WHILE the government continues its search for a new location to house the General Post Office, Transport and Local Government Minister Frankie Campbell said officials are working on short-term resolutions to make the current facility “habitable”.

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Dear Santa, can I have my mail for Christmas?

EMPLOYEES at the General Post Office on East Hill Street continued their protest for the third week, with Bahamas Public Services Union President Kingsley Ferguson telling The Tribune that Christmas mail will “probably not be delivered” until the New Year.

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Staff still not back at post office

DESPITE assurances from the government that “everything will be done” to remedy the many issues plaguing the East Hill Street building, employees at the “mould and rat infested” General Post Office have still not returned to work, more than one week after they began their protest.

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‘No idea when you’ll get mail’

BAHAMAS Public Services Union (BPSU) President Kingsley Ferguson said yesterday he “has no idea” how people will receive their mail this week after employees at the General Post Office on East Hill Street protested for the third day running.

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Post Office staff: We need new HQ - now

NEARLY 100 employees at the “rat and mould infested” General Post Office demonstrated on East Hill Street yesterday demanding the government either make the building habitable or move them immediately.


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