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How the voter register works

There appears to be a considerable amount of confusion surrounding Prime Minister Hubert Ingraham's announcement last week Friday that he will move to end the old voters'register sometime after June.This means that only those registered on the new voters'list being compiled will be eligible to

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Sandals and union seek new agreement

The Bahamas Hotel Maintenance and Allied Workers Union(BHMAWU)and Sandals will finally meet to negotiate a new industrial agreement.The union, its legal advisor Obie Ferguson and Sandals have agreed to begin negotiations for a new three-year deal on June 7.If an agreement is successfully concluded, it

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Does it matter if you vote?

Interesting debates always emerge when the question is posed as to whether or not citizens living in democracies should feel obligated to vote.Most democracies were fought for. People who campaigned for freedom, self-governance and civil rights were jailed, some were murdered, some were beaten and

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Women gunned down in street

The wave of violent death that has washed over The Bahamas since the beginning of the year continued yesterday, after a woman was slaughtered as she was reportedly walking home from church on a street off Bacardi Road.Area residents claimed she was holding her young

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Edgar Moxey resigns from PWC

Price Waterhouse Coopers(PWC)Bahamas Partner L. Edgar Moxey has resigned from the accounting firm effective today,Guardian Business has learned.The PWC partner has also served on the Bahamas Institute of Chartered Accountants(BICA)for some ten years, serving in the capacity of president between 1992 and 1994 as the

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What is hell?

RALEIGH, North Carolina--What does hell mean to you?Is it an endless nightmare for sinners and unsaved souls, as mainstream Christianity has taught for centuries?Or is hell here on Earth, in the distractions, addictions and emptiness of daily life?Those ideas are receiving fresh scrutiny from some

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