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Being more employable

Director of Labour John Pinder suggested yesterday that the unemployment rate in The Bahamas could be lowered if Bahamians, particularly young men, exercise more discipline in the workplace. We agree. The unemployment report was released on Friday. The jobless rate essentially remained the same, moving from

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We must not accept shantytowns

Dear Editor, There are certain matters that are beyond politics. We are a small country of 350,000 people. These islands belong to the Bahamian people. These are beautiful islands. We must protect them. Countries have borders. There are laws about entry. There are laws about building. There

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 Not our kind of human

Dear Editor, The bulldozers are being fueled up. Mothers are packing up only the priority children items. The kids play as they have always done, as the kids have played for the last four decades. Nothing will change for these children, until the bulldozers are within

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Where will it all end?    

This is Armageddon Summer in the northern hemisphere: out-of-control wildfires all around the Arctic Circle (not to mention California and Greece), weeks-long heatwaves with unprecedented high temperatures, torrential downpours and Biblical floods. And yes, it’s climate change. It’s quite appropriate to be frightened, because the summers

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