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From the Editor’s Desk: Tick. Toc.

Government pensions are a ticking time bomb. But as long as the political parties use the civil servants as a vote farm, it does not matter how much VAT money we raise - it will not fill the hole that continues to grow beneath our country’s feet.

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No to Little Harbour Marina

My name is Edward Fessenden III and I am a homeowner in Little Harbour. I am writing you this letter to tell you why I believe a marina shouldn’t be built in Little Harbour.

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Is This Government For Real?

Please allow me a space in your paper. I really want to know if this government is for real! The economy is not where it needs to be, especially in Grand Bahama where the people are hurting the most.

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From the Editor’s Desk: Following the Greats

When our community loses a great man or woman we feel it immediately. We feel it collectively. These are the people who built. Created. Taught.

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From the Editor’s Desk: 700 Jewels

We are a country discovered by the Spanish, reformed by the British, paid by the Americans and courting the Chinese. We are a necklace of 700 jewels that other nations have either taken from us or we have sold off willingly. And we never seemed to learn that they actually belong to us.

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No to a Marina

As a follow up to our meeting on January 8, 2015, we as members of the Association of Little Harbour Property Owners, would like to thank you for meeting with us, especially as it was on such short notice.

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Food and Water

I consider myself a TRUE TRUE Bahamian and am always very pleased when I learn of a person or company producing food for the Bahamian Population, i.e. Bahamas Agriculture and Marine Science Institute (BAMSI).

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From the Editor’s Desk: More Taxes, Please

Focus a little less on taxing the rest of us just to subsidize the few and instead create real tax reform. Incentivize the small and medium businesses to spend and build. Give consumers a reason to go to mom and pop stores instead of importing US and Chinese goods.

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Developing a Sixth Sense with NIB

I believe it to be the duty of our National Insurance Board to make us stronger, faster, better, and more adapt to our surroundings. How do you ask? Many ways of course!

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Farewell to Man-O-War’s Favourite Pooch

My dog, Aero, passed away in his sleep the night of the 6th. He had a long and happy life, was well loved by all, and his smile will be greatly missed.

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