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Writing for the International Review of Administrative Sciences, Joycelene Bourgon, distinguished fellow of the Centre for International Governance Innovation in Canada, wrote in an article entitled “The history and future of nation-building? Building capacity for public results” that “public organizations are not yet aligned with

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Dear Editor, I note with great concern Attorney General Carl Bethel’s hostility toward the Bahamian web shop gaming industry and his diabolical plot to tax the Bahamian, but not the foreign-owned, sector of the industry to death. During the 2017-2018 budget fiscal year it was disclosed

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Dear Editor, I found Philip “Brave” Davis’ comment about abolishing the Queen’s honors as a trite deflection from more substantive issues. What we need to abolish is the opportunity for people who have track records of failure, ineptness and questionable backgrounds from becoming career politicians who

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Dear Editor, The Tribune advised this morning that BAIC has received a $500,000 bailout from the taxpayers’ money to pay down the $3.123 million debt of that corporation. Employees’ NIB contributions of $700,000 are part of this $3.123 million. The $700,000 represents money for the most part deducted

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Anthony Ferguson.

Police Commissioner Anthony Ferguson yesterday held the annual crime stats briefing with the media. This is a common practice with law enforcement agencies in democratic jurisdictions. The top cop reports on the successes and failures in the crime fight the previous 12 months. Overall, there was

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Some of the more than 100 Haitian migrants found in Bahamian waters on Saturday morning. FILE

Minister of Foreign Affairs Darren Henfield yesterday said The Bahamas will not allow itself to be overtaken by illegal immigration. “We’re a small developing country, but we will not stand idly by and allow us to be overtaken by any country who is seeking to,” Henfield said

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A 30-year-old woman arrested after a video circulated on social media showed her firing a gun from a vehicle has been released without charge, police confirmed. The suspect had been questioned on charges of possession of an unlicensed firearm and wantonly discharging a firearm, head of the Central

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Leader of the Opposition Philip Brave Davis speaks during a press conference at the Progressive Liberal Party’s headquarters yesterday. TORRELL GLINTON

Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) Leader Philip Brave Davis said yesterday he intends to make a complaint to the Utilities Regulation and Competition Authority (URCA) over alleged “political interference” at ZNS news. Davis said he was interviewed by ZNS reporter Vaughn Albury shortly before Christmas and later

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