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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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From the Editor’s Desk: Priorities Part II – Economy

The Christmas holidays are nice. For that matter, all holidays are nice. This country is built around holidays: ours and tourists’. Bahamians know how to holiday. Unlike education, as I discussed in the December 1 issue, holidays are a priority for us.

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Congratulations to Hope Town School

The Commonwealth Writers of the Bahamas congratulate Justin Higgs, Principal, Hope Town Primary School and the Hope Town Community for the success of their creative writing students in the 9th Annual Short Story/Poetry Competition for the Bahamas.

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Concerned in Great Cistern

We have a concern in the Murphy Town /Gt. Cistern area.

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Situation Must Improve  

I am a resident of Virginia and have visited the Scotts on Abaco twice in the last few years.

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From the Editor’s Desk: This is Christmas!

It is Christmas so I’ll be taking a break from my typical ramblings hosted in this space. Instead, I’m going to focus on things that make me happy. Things like family and friends, of which I am blessed to have both.

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Difficult to Visit  

This concerns a distressing experience a number of American and Canadian second homeowners are experiencing when arriving in Nassau en route to their homes in Abaco. Since most of these people spend the winter season here, they request permission to reside in Abaco for three or four months.

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