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Water and Sewerage Corporation (WSC) General Manager Glen Laville and Chief Financial Officer Sandra Edgecombe have been placed on administrative leave until next week Tuesday as the corporation undergoes an immediate forensic audit by accounting firm Ernst and Young, WSC Chairman Adrian Gibson has confirmed. In

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“Proxemics: Personal Space/Commanding Stance” (2015), John Beadle, mixed media collage with metal mesh and cardboard, 21 x 25. Part of the D’Aguilar Art Foundation collection and currently on display at the NAGB in the current Permanent Exhibition “An Eye For The Tropics”.

By now, many of us who are denizens of the Bahamian art community can easily recognize the curlicue gate-covered figurations of John Beadle. He’s been a fixture in the art community for some time, but this certainly does not indicate any sense of being stagnant.

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A man who was severely injured when acid was thrown on 80 percent of his body in June died earlier this week, police have confirmed. Chief Superintendent Solomon Cash, head of the Central Detective Unit, said investigators are waiting for autopsy results to see if William

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Vibrance before the storm. Photographs of the downtown Roseau in 2013. Dr Ian Bethell Bennett

Dominica, The British Virgin Islands, Barbuda, Puerto Rico, The Bahamas, in particular, Ragged Island and some other southern places, are beautiful and far-flung, exotic and form parts of people’s dreams of paradise. They are paradises on earth and they have been devastated. They

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The Bahamas’ gross domestic product (GDP) grew marginally, by just 0.2 percent, in 2016, the Department of Statistics’ report on GDP revealed yesterday. The department released revised data for GDP between 2012 through 2016, consistent with a revision of major data sources, the implementation of revised

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