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Bahamian DMC & Special Events Company wins Global Award - Sep 20, 2016 - 4:36:08 PM

Nassau, Bahamas - Island Destination Services (IDS) won the 2016 World Travel Award for the Bahamas' Leading Destination Management Company on Saturday night at a spectacular gala hosted at Sandals Ochi Beach Resort, Ocho Rios, Jamaica. Managing Director of IDS, Ms. Lonise Carey was on hand to accept the award and was honored to have the company’s hard work recognized in this fashion: “This World Travel Award serves as global recognition for our entire team of planners, event designers, transportation logistics staff and everyone who contributes to our ability to successfully stage world class conferences and events for the thousands of guests who visit our shores. Our weddings have been featured in international magazines over the years, but the full scope of our work embodies conference planning, product launches...
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Bahamian builder participates in elite U.S. committee - Sep 15, 2016 - 11:58:08 AM

Nassau, Bahamas - The head of a Bahamian building company was recently selected to join an elite group of builders in the U.S., after becoming the first international representative on the Star Building Systems’ President’s Advisory Council in over 15 years.

Lee McCoy, President of TMC Engineering, an award-winning Nassau-based company which installs metal structures produced by Star Building Systems for clients throughout The Bahamas, joined other Star Builders from the United States and Canada at the Oklahoma-based company’s President’s Advisory Council (PAC) event in August 2016...
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WSC is gearing up to launch the first ‘Mobile App’ for a Bahamian Government Corp. - Sep 15, 2016 - 8:27:59 AM

Nassau, Bahamas - The Water and Sewerage Corporation is gearing up to announce the launch of its latest upgrade, a brand new WSC Mobile Application, for all smartphones and tablets in The Bahamas.

The application, now in its final testing phase, will be the first of its kind for any Government owned utility company and will give instant access to news and updates from the Corporation, allow account holders to pay their bills on their devices, make immediate service requests and much more...
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Former PM of Jamaica to address Bahamas Press Club Media Awards - Sep 14, 2016 - 11:45:37 AM

NASSAU, The Bahamas - The Bahamas Press Club is pleased to announce that the Most Hon P J Patterson, former Prime Minister of Jamaica, will be the keynote speaker at its media awards scheduled for November 19, 2016, at the British Colonial Hilton.

Some 16 media professionals in the country will receive awards for their outstanding work, including a Lifetime Achievement Award and the Award for Best Talk Show...
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Dubai Expo 2020 Is the Olympics of Creativity and Ingenuity: Bahamas Participating with a Pavilion - Sep 12, 2016 - 6:32:53 PM

Nassau, Bahamas - “Innovation can come from anyone and anywhere” was the key message regarding Expo 2020 that was recently shared with the Bahamas Society of Engineers by Non-Resident Ambassador to Qatar and UAE, Tony Joudi.

On Friday September 9, 2016, The Bahamas Society of Engineers held a “Mix and Mingle” sponsored by The Pointe Nassau at the Hilton British Colonial. Professional Engineers, Architects and Contractors discussed updates on that project as well as the much-anticipated Expo 2020...
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Monique Graham Launches Turnkey Design Firm - Sep 12, 2016 - 10:55:01 AM

Nassau, Bahamas - In today’s, work environment an employee sits for up to 7hours a day, on average - sitting in front of the computer, answering e-mails, making phone calls, writing proposals and, for some, eating lunch.

It is with that knowledge and twenty years of design experience that Monique Graham launched Style Office Solutions (SOS), a Nassau based design firm, with an affiliate location in Grand Bahama. “Countless studies show that if your team is comfortable and inspired by the space they are in, they are going to want to be in that space and will work more effectively” she noted...

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Nassau Document Security Firm Rebrands as Sunryse Information Management - Sep 11, 2016 - 5:35:22 PM

Nassau, Bahamas - Leading document management firm, Sunryse Shredding Services, officially unveiled its new company name, logo and fleet design as part of a corporate rebranding initiative. The new name, Sunryse Information Management, reflects the company’s evolution from a single-service business to a complete document management provider. Beyond shredding, the company also offers document imaging, document storage and the digital cataloging of business records for clients.

Chris Sawyer, President at Sunryse Information Management, says the changes align with what the business looks like today and where the company plans to be in the near future. “At the core, our culture at Sunryse centers around being the brand that people trust to manage their confidential records,” Sawyer explained...
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Scotiabank Celebrates 60 Years in The Bahamas - Sep 11, 2016 - 9:52:20 AM

Scotiabank is celebrating its Diamond Anniversary – 60 years in The Bahamas. Government officials, industry executives, longstanding customers, community leaders and bank personnel recently gathered at the Main Branch in Nassau to launch the celebrations.

“We are proud to have served the Bahamian community for the past 60 years, providing advice and financial solutions to persons and their businesses,” said Sean Albert, VP & District Head, Caribbean North.

Honorable Michael Halkitis, Minister of State for Finance; Anthony Allen, Board Chairman, Scotiabank; and Albert cut a special anniversary cake to mark...
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Chad D. Roberts Named Callenders & Co. Managing Partner, Nassau - Sep 11, 2016 - 12:28:02 AM

Chad D. Roberts, CLE, JD, BS, has been named Managing Partner of Callenders & Co., Nassau, with oversight and overall management of the globally recognized firm with offices in historic Nassau, western New Providence and Freeport, Grand Bahama.

The appointment followed the untimely death in December 2015 of Colin C. Callender, the third generation of Callenders to helm the country’s oldest law firm and one of its most respected. Founded in 1903, Callenders’ history has been shaped by and helped to shape the history of the nation, many of its early clients among the celebrities of big screen and big business...
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Atlantis Cake Artist to bring added creativity to resort’s cake creations - Sep 9, 2016 - 9:23:52 AM

PARADISE ISLAND, BAHAMAS – CHEF Ivanna Smith, Cake Artist at Atlantis, Paradise Island, is about to take her craft – and Atlantis’ position in the cake arts – to another level. Smith and her assistant Volanda Rahming recently returned from a 3-day intensive training course in Manhattan, New York with pastry chef extraordinaire Chef Ron Ben-Israel. Dubbed Ron’s Garden’s Party, the course – an instruction on gum paste and sugar flower work – proved extremely beneficial to Smith and she says she intends to bring what she’s learned to Atlantis’ Pastry Shop.“

We learned how to make roses, chrysanthemums, calla lilies and other flower types and he also showed us how he stacks, builds and decorates his cakes,” says Chef Ivana, adding, “It sounds pretty simple but it was really intense…

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The Skills Gap: Employers seeking technically proficient workers - Sep 8, 2016 - 11:51:08 PM

President of The Bahamas Technical and Vocational Institute (BTVI), Dr. Robert W. Robertson is convinced that technical skills are increasingly playing a crucial role in narrowing the skills gap that may hinder efforts to maintaining a competitive advantage.

While recently speaking at the Florida Society of Human Resource Management (SHRM) conference in Orlando Florida, Dr. Robertson said employers are now expecting prospective employees to demonstrate proficiency in a variety of technical areas.

“To stay competitive, candidates need to be able to adapt to new tools and trends - such as the cloud, mobile development and Big Data. In fact, a must-have tech skill when hiring someone really involves being able to troubleshoot your own technical issues,” he stated...

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Atlantis welcomes Shaunae home in style - Sep 5, 2016 - 1:52:27 PM

Paradise Island, Bahamas – Atlantis, Paradise Island laid out the royal treatment for Olympic gold medalist Shaunae Miller as she returned to Bahamian soil following her 400m triumph at the 2016 games held in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Complete with red carpet and greetings featuring Junkanoo music from a host of employees excited to get a glimpse of the newest Bahamian icon, Miller was met outside the Royal Towers Lobby by Senior Vice President and GM attached to the Royal Towers, Stuart Bowe.

Surprised by the reception, Miller said the love shown by Atlantis was an amazing feeling. “I’m still trying to take it all in, but I’m really very happy right now. This is a very beautiful hotel and I feel really blessed...” 
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Calypso Blue begins Tour de Turtles marathon in the Gulf of Mexico - Sep 2, 2016 - 1:25:50 PM

Paradise Island, Bahamas - On Monday, August 1st, Calypso Blue V, the Atlantis-sponsored Leatherback turtle, began this year’s Tour de Turtles marathon in the Gulf of Mexico.

Atlantis, Paradise Island is sponsoring Calypso Blue V as part of its continued support of marine conservation efforts through the Blue Project. Started in 2008 by Sea Turtle Conservancy, the Tour de Turtles event follows the migration of participating sea turtles in real time using satellite telemetry. This year four endangered species of sea turtles – loggerhead, leatherback, hawksbill, and green - are being tracked for some three months from their nesting beaches to their foraging grounds...
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Commonwealth Bank Reports 11.8% Profits Increase, Credits Loan Portfolio Quality, Net Interest Income Management - Sep 2, 2016 - 9:45:22 AM

Nassau, Bahamas -  Commonwealth Bank today reported an 11.8% increase in net profits from $29.2 million for the six months ending June 30, 2015 to $32.7 million for the same time period this year, crediting tight management of its loan portfolio and an improvement in net interest income.

The results, released by Chairman William B. Sands, Jr. and welcome news for the all-Bahamian bank’s 6,000+ shareholders, reflected a long-established pattern of conservative lending practices and tight quality control of accounts...
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Dr. Mychal Coleman appointed COB Chief Human Resources Officer - Aug 30, 2016 - 11:38:42 AM

The College of The Bahamas wishes to announce the appointment of Dr. Mychal Colemanas the Chief Human Resources Officer, effective September 26th, 2016 for a period of three years.

Dr. Coleman will lead and coordinate the recruitment, selection, assignment, orientation and evaluation of administrators, faculty and staff; ensure compliance with policies, procedures, contracts and collective bargaining agreements and develop and implement training programmes to increase productivity, goal attainment, leadership training and development...
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Atlantis, Paradise Island appoints Howard C. Karawan as New President and Managing Director - Aug 29, 2016 - 9:13:02 PM

Paradise Island, Bahamas – Brookfield Asset Management is pleased to announce the appointment of Howard C. Karawan as President and Managing Director of Atlantis, Paradise Island resort in The Bahamas. Karawan will succeed Paul Burke, who recently resigned from the position to pursue new career endeavors in the United States. Karawan will assume his new position on September 19, 2016.

A luxury hospitality and gaming veteran with over 30 years of experience, Karawan will make his return to Atlantis after previously holding the position of President and Chief Marketing Officer for Kerzner International, the prior owner and operator of Atlantis. During his tenure at the company...
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Commonwealth Bank opens new $800M training centre - Aug 25, 2016 - 5:36:24 AM

Calling service “the number one reason we are the leading bank in The Bahamas,” Commonwealth Bank officially opened the doors to its new $800,000 corporate learning centre recently.

Located adjacent to its Prince Charles Branch, the 8,740 square foot single story building  houses highly functional high-tech training facilities, including interactive digital and audio-visual equipment, conference rooms and motivational themes throughout.

“Service is what sets us apart, and that service does not come without constant reinforcement of its importance,” Bank President Ian Jennings said when the contract for the new learning centre was signed in late February.
News : New Providence
Three New Cases of Zika Confirmed in Nassau, Bahamas - Aug 24, 2016 - 11:51:12 AM

NASSAU, Bahamas, Aug. 23, 2016 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The Bahamas Ministry of Health advised today that there are three new confirmed cases of the Zika virus on the island of New Providence, but noted that the country remains a "safe place to travel".

Health officials noted that only one island in The Bahamas, New Providence, currently has Zika...
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Meet the Judges for the Press Club Media Awards - Aug 23, 2016 - 1:07:54 PM

NASSAU, The Bahamas – The Bahamas Press Club will hold its second Media Awards Banquet on November 19, 2016 at the British Colonial Hilton.

The Club has appointed a panel of judges to judge the work to be submitted by media professionals in the country.

The judges are: Sir Arthur Foulkes, former journalist, politician and Governor General; His Excellency Mike Smith, former Bahamas High Commissioner to Canada and journalist; Jessica Robertson, who’s journalism and media career spans print, radio, television and online both locally and internationally; Eric Ward...
News : New Providence
60 Sandals Staffers Prep for Exuma Transfer - Aug 19, 2016 - 12:13:44 PM

Nassau, Bahamas - Sixty Sandals Royal Bahamian staff members gathered today for a briefing before heading for Exuma Sunday on board a charter flight to take up positions at Sandals Emerald Bay.

The staffers opted for transfer when the luxury all-inclusive announced it would have to close the Cable Beach property August 15 for up to 10 weeks to effect extensive repairs. Sandals CEO Adam Stewart said engineers informed them they had no choice but to close the hotel and relocate guests in order to make repairs ranging from jackhammering up pool decks and repairing two pools to replacing decades-old rusty, leaking plumbing that runs for thousands of linear feet under the 70-year-old hotel...
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