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April, 2017

  • 28 April

    From the Editor’s Desk: Dog Days

    In the up-is-down, left-is-right political climate we’re living in I have become desensitized to a lot of news. But a recent one really got to me. I’m speaking about our Minister of Education groveling on his knees, via email, for illegal business from the Baha Mar crew.

November, 2016

  • 10 November

    Agricultural Development and Environmental Health for The Bahamas: Part I

    By John Hedden jondgaul@gmail.com Historically the Bahamas has never been able to establish a permanently viable commercial agricultural sector. This is first reflected in the failure of the plantation system in islands throughout the archipelago. Investment in both pineapple and citrus production was not successful in the long term even …