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Police Escort Former Hotel Union Executives Off Premises

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Former executives of the Bahamas Hotel Catering and Allied Workers Union (BHCAWU) who reportedly hired a locksmith to change the locks at the headquarters Wednesday were escorted off the property by police, according to the union's recently ousted president.
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Former BHCAWU President Talks About Court Ruling

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The former president of the Bahamas Hotel Catering and Allied Workers Union (BHCAWU) is breaking his silence on the recent court ruling that nullified the union's recent elections and ousted Nicole Martin from its top post.
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Bahamas Chamber of Commerce Hosts EPA Seminar

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The SMESU Trade Unit of The Bahamas Chamber of Commerce in partnership with the Caribbean Regional Negotiation Machinery (CRNM), and the Grand Bahama Chamber of Commerce recently hosted a two-day seminar to highlight the benefits and opportunities that are available to professional service providers through the European Partnership Agreement (E.P.A.). Seminars were held both in New Providence and Grand Bahama.
Last Updated on Friday, 07 August 2009 06:28 Read more...
 

National Trust Proposes Marine Park

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The Bahamas National Trust (BNT) is looking to add to its 25 national parks, but this time around they are proposing that a marine park be established in southwest New Providence.

If approved, the park will be the first to be located in waters off New Providence.

Organizers behind the initiative, which has been dubbed the Southwest Marine Park Project, are looking to turn waters and marine life, stretching from east of Old Fort Point to south of Adelaide, into protected park land.

Last Updated on Monday, 27 July 2009 23:42 Read more...
 

Atlantis Will Retain Work Permit Policy

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A top Kerzner executive is confirming that the Atlantis Resort will retain its work permit policy, despite the tight economy — a move coming as Bahamian calls intensify for a crackdown on permit issuance.

"In every instance where a work permit is held it is because of the value that the permit holder brings to the organization," Atlantis spokesman Ed Fields told Guardian Business. "Whether in good times or bad times, work permits are based on that philosophy [and] quite naturally it follows that in difficult economic times all positions are analyzed based on the value to the organization.
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