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NASSAU, Bahamas — A record 6.6 million tourists visited The Bahamas in 2018, a 7.9 percent increase over the previous year. Additionally, Nassau experienced its largest increase in air arrivals in more than two decades, logging a 20.6 percent increase in inbound flight traffic. “The year 2018 was a very strong year for the tourism […]

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By Anthony L Hall Is to stop the dumping of waste in the Caribbean Sea. I advocate a pragmatic and parochial strategy for combating climate change. The adage “clean up your own back yard…” pretty much sums it up. Pursuant to this strategy, I have always championed conservation and anti-pollution measures. In doing so, I […]

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SAN FRANCISCO — Facebook said on Wednesday that it expected to be fined up to $5 billion by the Federal Trade Commission for privacy violations. The penalty would be a record by the agency against a technology company and a sign that the United States was willing to punish big tech companies. The social network […]

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By Sir Ronald Sanders Sir Meredith Alister McIntyre was born in Grenada but for much of his life, dedicated to promoting the interests of the Caribbean, few knew his birth place. What they knew was that he belonged to a group of West Indian thinkers whose identity was West Indian and who worked assiduously in […]

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By Dr Neals J Chitan The article published May 31, 2017, by columnist Chris Weller in the London-based “Independent” publication was captioned “Dutch prisons closing because country is so safe.” In his article, Weller reported that 19 prisons were already closed in 2013 and that five more were slated for closing again by the summer […]

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Dear Sir: Venezuela’s president, Nicolás Maduro has said he wants a million more people to join his civilian militia by the end of the year 2019. “With your rifles on your shoulders, be ready to defend the father-land and dig the furrow to plant the seeds to produce food for the community, for the people,” […]

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Dear Sir: Public corruption judgment day, absolutely not in Haiti, according to a terror plan recently and conjointly designed by the perpetual dirt-poor quasi-Caribbean island of Haiti’s most senior government leaders, past and present, respectively and chiefly Michel Joseph Martelly and Jovenel Moise. Such a plan of action to terminate the lives of the men […]

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Dear Sir: How do they dare to challenge young people to think? Why make the Secondary Entrance Assessment math examination one that requires the pupils to look beyond the basic math problem? The examinations should be easy so that they can all pass for their first choice and feel good about themselves. Moreover, why publish […]

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Dear Sir: I cannot find any significant, permanent or irreversible economic, social, financial or ecological impacts of the planned highway projects from Valencia to Toco, and from the Churchill Roosevelt Highway to Cumuto, Sangre Grande and Manzanilla. However, the speeches of the prime minister and minister of works rationalising these projects, featured on TV, sound […]

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