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Shoring up our coral reefs

Dear Editor, It’s impossible to imagine The Bahamas without its vast network of coral reefs. Home to the island chain’s iconic grouper, snapper, sea turtle and spiny lobster stocks that sustain locals and draw tourists, losing these magical ecosystems would be an ecological and economic tragedy. But

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New traffic laws

Dear Editor, One of the government’s minister’s made his point in justifying the new traffic laws by saying that people driving under the influence of alcohol or marijuana should pay stricter penalties than for other traffic violations. He was referring to driving with an open bottle

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DNA pans ‘slap in the face’ budget

The Democratic National Alliance (DNA) yesterday said that the government’s “painful to watch” 2019/2020 budget communication ultimately fell flat and was “another episode of self-aggrandization and pats on the back”. “The minister of finance delivered his third budget communication in the House of Assembly yesterday to a

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