Baha Mar yesterday finalized its financing agreement with the Chinese Export-Import Bank, clearing the way for theimmediate launch of the$2.6 billion project.
The official groundbreaking ceremony is scheduled for February 21, 2011, with construction to commence immediately. "This is a historic day for the Baha
Samuel Allen, 47, Carmichael Road, January 7
Rudolph Forbes, age unknown, Windsor Place, January 8
Denise Adderley, 39, Kemp and Wulff Roads, January 9
Terrence Williams, 36, Hay Street, January 14
Inderia Barry, 26, Faith United Way, January 15
Kevin Russell, 34, Gilder Street, Kennedy Subdivision, January 16
Eamon Hepburn, 21,
It's been over a week, and still no decision has been made on the protest launched by Bahamian heavyweight fighter Sherman'The Tank'Williams and his managerial staff.
An appeal was launched by Williams and his corner on Saturday January 22, after his scheduled 12-round fight with
Bamboo Town MP Branville McCartney predicted yesterday that the Free National Movement(FNM)will be challenged during the upcoming general election in part because of its leader's lack of compassion toward the Bahamian people.
"At this stage, I'd certainly want[the FNM]to succeed, but we have our challenges,"said
Consolidated Water Co. Ltd(CWCO)announced yesterday that it has entered an agreement with the Water and Sewerage Corporation(WSC)to increase water production at its Blue Hill Plant by 67 percent, and save the corporation millions, via the expansion of the plant to facilitate water desalination.
A former teacher of Inagua All Age School was yesterday charged in a magistrate's court with indecently assaulting one of his students.
Gonzalo Caine, 56, of Russell Street, Matthew Town, Inagua, denied assaulting the 14-year-old girl. The incident allegedly took place on January 20. Caine
The district of High Rock in Grand Bahama will soon join the national boxing development program, thanks to assistance by the Pan American Caribbean Boxing Organization(PACBO).
Recently, PACBO International President Fred Sturrup donated boxing equipment to High Rock Member of Parliament to assist in the
Neil&Massey, as part of the agreeemnt, they liquidated their debt at RBC.
Cash injection is from Trans Island Traders
bought share in bsml
bsml retired debt by way of capital injections, recorded as extraodinary income
reduce debt but increase equity on the books
marks end of any transactions between Neil &Massey
Bahamas Supermarkets Limited(BSL)is reporting net income of$9 million for its second quarter of fiscal 2011, ended December 15, 2010, growth that came courtesy of a$15.5 million extraordinary income boost from the retirement of debt from former owners Neal and Massy.
Without that injection, the company