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BTC, Ministry of Foreign Affairs Greet Atlanta Mayor at Working Luncheon - Aug 31, 2015 - 2:17:19 PM

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Nassau, Bahamas - Mayor of Atlanta Kasim Reed was welcomed at a working luncheon hosted by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and sponsored by BTC, where the Mayor discussed possible trade and investment opportunities between the country and Atlanta.

The Mayor and his entourage, escorted by Bahamian Consul General to Atlanta Randy Rolle and Minister of Foreign Affairs Fred Mitchell, were introduced to Minister of State for Investments Khaalis Rolle, BTC CEO Leon Williams and members of the BTC Executive Management Team,
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Public Notice: Resumption Of Operations At The College Of The Bahamas - Aug 31, 2015 - 9:59:50 AM

The public is advised that The College of The Bahamas Oakes Field and Grosvenor Close Campuses remain closedon Monday, August 31st.This includes the Harry C. Moore Library and Information Centre. However Chapter One Bookstore will reopen for normal operations on Monday.

All staff members in the Office of Campus Security, Office of Information Technology and Physical Plant Department are required to report for duty as assigned...
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Bahamas Hurricane Shelter List for 2015 - Aug 31, 2015 - 6:17:14 AM

With Hurricane Season well underway, we present herewith The Bahamas Hurricane Shelters List for 2015.

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) forecast is for a below-average season with 6-11 named storms, 3-6 hurricanes, and 0-2 major hurricanes (Category 3-5 storm). The average Atlantic hurricane season (based upon 1981-2010) typically sees 12 named storms, six hurricanes and three major hurricanes...
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Tropical Storm Erika, Operations at The College of The Bahamas - Aug 28, 2015 - 12:55:46 PM

OAKES FIELD AND GROSVENOR CLOSE CAMPUSES

The public is advised that due to Tropical Storm Erika, The College of The Bahamas Oakes Field and Grosvenor Close Campuses will close effective Friday, August 28 th , 2015 at 6:00 p.m. This means that all classes previously scheduled to begin at or after 6:00 p.m. have been suspended. Operations at the Harry C. Moore Library and Information Centre will also close at 6:00 p.m. Friday until further notice...
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Bahamasair schedule changes due to Tropical Storm Erika - Aug 28, 2015 - 4:41:01 AM


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Bahamasair wishes to advise the traveling public that due to the impending arrival of Tropical Storm Erika, our schedule will be adjusted as follows:

On Saturday August 29, Bahamasair will operate all morning flights with the exception of Acklins, Crooked Island, San Salvador, Long Island and Havana. Our afternoon schedule will be cancelled.

On Sunday, August 30, Bahamasair will suspend its operations...

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GBHA: Mitchell warned the world is watching - Aug 27, 2015 - 11:27:38 PM

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(Statement) The comments of Minister of Foreign Affairs and Immigration Fred Mitchell have become so unhinged and extremist of late that it is difficult not to find the spectacle amusing.

At the end of the day, however, it is no laughing matter. In his continued attempts to label members of the Grand Bahama Human Rights Association (GBHRA) as disloyal to The Bahamas and guilty of defaming law enforcement officers, the minister is playing a very dangerous game.

Such unbalanced and misleading public comments are bound to spark unwarranted anger and hostility towards human rights defenders...
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Bahamas public schools to be CLOSED on Monday & Tuesday - Aug 27, 2015 - 10:21:33 PM

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The Bahamas Department of Education wishes to advise that due to Tropical Storm Erika, the opening of school has been delayed. All public schools will be closed on Monday, August 31st and Tuesday, September 1st, 2015.

Once the weather system passes over and we are able to make assessments, we will provide further information. We will be certain to keep administrators, teachers, students, parents and the general public abreast with any new developments as they arise. I encourage the public to stay posted...
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Darville: Mitchell’s claims are ‘the height of hypocrisy’ - Aug 26, 2015 - 11:29:19 AM

(Statement) I suppose it should come as no surprise at this point that Minister of Foreign Affairs and Immigration Fred Mitchell would stoop to the level he has to silence those he believes are a threat to his political ambitions.

There was a time when I had extremely high hopes about Mitchell’s ability to make a positive and lasting contribution to the democracy of this beloved nation. Sadly, I can no longer say I hold that view.

Mitchell’s latest claim is that the GBHRA is exaggerating when we say he is trying to stifle free speech. This, to put it bluntly, is the height of hypocrisy...
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Minister Dorsett on claims regarding ownership of garbage trucks or company - Aug 24, 2015 - 2:48:44 PM

Nassau, Bahamas - The following is a statement by the Minister of the Environment and Housing, Hon. Kenred Dorsett:

It has come to my attention that there is a story being circulated via social media concerning the Government's fleet of garbage trucks. The story also infers that I own garbage trucks. Although I have addressed this issue before in the House of Assembly and in the media. I again state emphatically for those who did not hear or read my previous statements and for those who are only interested in creating political mischief, that I do not own nor have I ever owned a garbage collection truck or company...
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Bahamas “largely compliant” says OECD Tax Policy Director - Aug 22, 2015 - 3:36:03 PM

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The director of the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development’s (OECD) Centre for Tax Policy and Administration, Pascal Saint-Amans, has praised The Bahamas for its “tremendous progress” in adopting Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (FATCA) standards and paving the way for automatic exchange of information between the US and The Bahamas.

Speaking at an afternoon luncheon held on Thursday, August 20th, 2015, during a day filled with meetings with government officials, including the Prime Minister, Mr. Amans expressed his confidence in The Bahamas’ ability to comply with the strictest international standards, highlighting its commitment to complying with FATCA regulations for the reporting of all financial accounts by non-US persons and implementing a Tax Information Exchange (TIE) portal to expedite this process...

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Citizens of Staniel Cay write the PM on repair of airport - Aug 21, 2015 - 4:02:53 AM

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The following is a petition letter that Concerned Citizens of Staniel Cay & Vicinity sent to the Prime Minister and officials last week, urging immediate repair and reopening of the Staniel Cay airport.  The hard copy petition was signed by 164 concerned persons, nearly every person on Staniel Cay (locals and part-time residents) and every private cay between Staniel Cay and the Exuma Cays Land & Sea Park Headquarters (including the Park Warden).  Additionally, more than 4,800 individuals from more than 37 countries have signed their support of this letter via an online petition

The following is their letter to the PM...

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Bahamian authorities apprehend foreign pleasure yacht “Mia” off the Exumas - Aug 19, 2015 - 10:41:11 AM

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Coral Harbour Base, 17 August 2015 (RBDF): Her Majesty's Bahamian Ship P-44 apprehended a foreign pleasure yacht for failing to declare the firearms it had on board at its first port of entry on Tuesday 11th August 2015.

While on patrol P-44 carried out a routine boarding of the United States registered 86-foot Eagle Yacht named, "Mia"in the area of Highbourne Cay in the Exumas.The vessel had ten persons on board...
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Bahamas Insurance Association: Who Does Sanigest Speak For? - Aug 17, 2015 - 9:45:21 PM

Sanigest Internacionale, a company that most Bahamians have never heard of, has been described as the architect of our proposed National Health Insurance scheme, and lately has been commenting to the press on the scheme's  implementation.
 
By responding to Sanigest's recent public comments, the Bahamas Insurance Association (BIA) does not want to unjustifiably attribute their statements to the government. However, we note that Sanigest was engaged by the Ministry of Health, and there haas been no effort to distance the government from the company's provocative and divisive comments...
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Al Jazeera USA investigates Chinese investment and involvement in The Bahamas - Aug 14, 2015 - 2:46:25 PM

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Nassau, Bahamas -- Al Jazeera America was in The Bahamas (New Providence) for 4 days starting on August 4, 2015 to interview and film for a news piece that they are preparing on Chinese investment in The Bahamas and Caribbean. It will be aired in late August or September. While here, correspondent, Melissa Chan interviewed government officials, Baha Mar workers, the CEO of the Chamber of Commerce, businesspersons and ordinary Bahamians.  They also filmed the Thomas A. Robinson Stadium that was a gift from the Chinese Government, Baha Mar and other places in Nassau, including the ground breaking of China Construction America’s (CCA) new project, The Pointe hotel and development... 
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Miss Bahamas 2015 contestants introduced - Aug 14, 2015 - 9:11:30 AM

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Nassau, Bahamas – From Grand Bahama in the North to Inagua in the South, the exquisite 11 beauties vying for the coveted titles of Miss World Bahamas, Miss Universe Bahamas and Miss Earth Bahamas were officially introduced to the public during the launch of Beauty by Nature – the 2015 Miss Bahamas Beauty Pageants.

The event, held at Avista Lounge on Elizabeth and Bay Streets – drew a crowd of cheering hard-core pageants fans, as well as friends and family members of this year’s hopefuls who came out to show support for their favorites. They were not disappointed as the contenders,  beautifully adorned in dresses by Bahari...
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Bazard obtains Gaming Industry Compliance Certification - Aug 14, 2015 - 8:48:31 AM

An industry leader in compliance within the financial services sector is once again among the first to adapt to a changing regulatory landscape. This time around, attorney Cheryl Bazard has undertaken critical training in the gaming industry, specifically online and mobile betting.

The founding president of the Bahamas Association of Compliance Officers (BACO), Mrs Bazardrecently completed the Specialist Certificate in Money Laundering Risk in Betting and Gaming course from the London-based International Compliance Association (ICA).
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Bahamas Coke bottle logos bearing popular Bahamian names - Aug 14, 2015 - 6:33:22 AM

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New Providence, Bahamas - In 2011 Coca-Cola Australia started a “debranding” campaign that personalized Coca-Cola bottles like never before. The campaign removed “Coca-Cola” from one side of the can/bottle and replaced it with a person’s name. Since 2011 this campaign has grown momentum and been replicated worldwide. Countries including the United States, Canada, Mexico, United Kingdom, and Colombia have placed popular local names on Coca-Cola bottles. This year Share a Coke is being personalized for Bahamians by Caribbean Bottling Company (CBC), the local producer of Coca-Cola products. For the next three months, all 20oz Coca-Cola bottles across the Bahamas will have a popular Bahamian name on it...
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Smith: Anchor projects are the bane of The Bahamas - Aug 13, 2015 - 5:30:37 PM

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The practice of government forging secret agreements with the foreign developers of mega-resorts has become an existential threat to both the environment and the rule of law in The Bahamas, Fred Smith, QC told College of The Bahamas (COB) students.

Speaking at a workshop for COB’s Environmental Law Clinic, he said that thanks to these shrouded deals, known as Heads of Agreements, the Family Islands are now strewn with the “rotting” remains of dozens of failed resort ventures.

“The Bahamas is littered with the decaying carcasses of white elephants,” he said. “A white elephant is a possession that is useless or troublesome...
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GBHRA: Mitchell trying to use fear to stifle free speech - Aug 12, 2015 - 8:49:39 PM

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The Grand Bahama Human Rights Association (GBHRA) has noticed of late a disturbing trend in the public pronouncements of Foreign Affairs and Immigration Minister Fred Mitchell.

For some reason, Mitchell seems to have become suspicious – perhaps even downright afraid – of the exercise of free speech and open discussion in this society. Especially when he feels the message is potentially critical of himself, his government, or the PLP party in general.

Displays of intolerance by those in power are nothing new; there have been countless examples on both sides of the political divide over the years. That said, I find it personally disappointing to watch Mitchell...
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Cable Bahamas to expand shareholder numbers with a 3:1 stock split - Aug 11, 2015 - 7:01:50 AM

Cable Bahamas (CBL) proudly announced the immediate issue of a three-for-one share split. This gives individual Bahamian investors the opportunity to take part in the company's past and future success. Remarkably CBL's stock price has seen a 64% increase in the last 12 months.

The stock split was approved by the company's existing 2,400 shareholders at the recent AGM and will be realized by a three-fold reduction in the existing share price. With the price today sitting at $18.30, shares will now be reduced to $6.10 each. Existing shareholders will receive three shares for every existing one they hold so their shareholding will not be diluted...
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