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Overtourism and cruise tourism

On August 16, 2019, Cable News Network (CNN) questioned whether the cruise industry is responsible for “overtourism” in many destinations across the globe. This interesting question is relevant in the Caribbean and more specifically The Bahamas. In this article, I would like to reference some

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Shaunae Miller-Uibo from the Bahamas reacts after winning the women's 200m race, during the Weltklasse IAAF Diamond League international athletics meeting in the stadium Letzigrund in Zurich, Switzerland, Thursday, August 29, 2019. AP

Breaking | Shaunae sets new national record; captures the diamond again

Shaunae Miller-Uibo has entered a new stratosphere in world sprinting! In what was her last 200 meters (m) race for the season, she went out in style, setting a new national record, new Diamond League record and world leading time. The Bahamian track sensation ran 21.74

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Potter’s Cay peril

Dear Editor,  It is with great anguish I add the plight of the vendors at Potter’s Cay to the list in your editorial, entitled “Summer of discontent: disappointments and temper tantrums”, dated Monday, August 26. There has been a lot of misses by our leaders this summer. Potter’s

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Sustainable waste practices

Dear Editor, For some time now a popular Bahamian mantra has been “clean, green and pristine”. However, after a quick glance of your surroundings, you quickly realize we haven’t been putting much effort into practicing what we preach. I am a Bahamian male currently studying environmental and

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