This is the Bahamas public forecast for today and tonight, Friday 20th October 2017. General situation: A frontal boundary combined with troughing across the low to mid levels of the Northwest and Central Bahamas continues to produce unsettled weather ...

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Bahamas 3-Day Weather Forecast for Friday, October 20th and more...

Bahamas 3-Day Weather Forecast for Friday, October 20th


This is the Bahamas public forecast for today and tonight, Friday 20th October 2017.

General situation: A frontal boundary combined with troughing across the low to mid levels of the Northwest and Central Bahamas continues to produce unsettled weather across the area.

Special warnings: Mariners should be alert for the development of waterspout activity especially in the vicinity of the trough and frontal boundary...

   
 


SSL Finals 2017, the VIPs list is shaping up


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45 days to the SSL Finals 2017, the fifth edition of the exciting grand finale of the year for expert Star sailors, valuable champions of other sailing disciplines and legends of the sports.

Nassau, in the Bahamas, is ideal to host the event, Nassau Yacht Club a perfect home for sailors and organizers, Montagu Bay one of the best racing course in the world. The week starts with a four days qualification round with fleet regattas, on Friday evening we’ll know the top ten teams that will go racing on an eliminating round on Saturday...
   
 


CCC opposes Emera’s bid to buy-out minority Bahamian Shareholders Of ICD Utilities


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The Coalition of Concerned Citizens has called this press conference today October 18, 2017out of urgent concern regarding Emera’s bid to buy-out minority Bahamian shareholders of ICD Utilities. ICD Utilities owns 50 % of Grand Bahama Power Company with an overall Bahamian equity interest of 19.63 %. Emera is seeking to secure 100% ownership of Grand Bahama Power Company a vital utility infrastructure on the Island of Grand Bahama.

The Coalition of Concerned Citizens strongly opposes Emera’s proposed buy-out of Bahamian shareholders. Our opposition is based on the following...

   
 


Press Statement From Dexter Cartwright, interim CEO


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As part of our strategic approach to transform to a more customer centric, high performing organization, we are making adjustments to how we run our business.  We are carrying out necessary network upgrades, giving more focus on training and development and improving back office support to better serve our customers.  As part of this broader program, we have adjusted our team structure and as such a few positions at BTC have been made redundant.  We reaffirm our commitment to building a more effective team structure to deliver the best products and services to The Bahamas...
   
 


Labour Minister Meets With Governor Central Bank & Clearing Banks


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The Minister of Labour, Senator the Hon. Dion Foulkes met with the Chairman of the Clearing Banks Association, Mr. Ian Jennings and representatives of the six Clearing Banks in The Bahamas including RBC Finco, Scotiabank, Fidelity Bank, Commonwealth Bank, Bank of The Bahamas and CIBC First Caribbean Bank on Thursday, 19 October, 2017 at the Ministry of Labour on Shirley and Charlotte Streets. Also in attendance were The Bahamas Chamber of Commerce and Employers Confederation, the Trade Union Congress and the National Congress of Trade Unions, the Prices Commission, the Consumer Protection Commission and The Bahamas Bureau of Standards and Quality Services...
   
 


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