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The dump fires and the power of public outrage
The Panama Papers claimed its first high-profile person yesterday. The prime minister of Iceland, Sigmundur David Gunnlaugsson, resigned as a result of information released in the leak of 11.5 million documents from the Panama-based law firm Mossack ...
Panama Papers release puts added pressure on financial services sector
The international news has been dominated since Sunday by stories of the Panama Papers. A leak of 11.5 million documents from the Panama-based law firm Mossack Fonseca provides information on shadowy transactions in offshore financial centers. The i...
Organization critical in ensuring a successful Bahamas Junkanoo Carnival
Local band owners are frustrated over the organization of the second annual Bahamas Junkanoo Carnival. No one wants a repeat of the confusion, shortcomings and financial losses of the first installment. Bahamas Carnival Band Owners Association (BCBO...
A government struggling to the finish line
The next general election is likely a year and a bit from now. The governing Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) will come to the people again with Perry Christie as leader. He will ask Bahamians to return him as prime minister after having accomplished ...
Panic in the age of social media
There was a degree of panic over the weekend as news spread of the need for the isolation of a sick patient at Princess Margaret Hospital (PMH). A Bahamian woman admitted with a suspected case of an infectious disease died on Sunday, according to the...
The dangerous landfill fires
Smoke from the New Providence landfill could be seen for miles yesterday across the island. The smoke from yet another fire, as has happened many times over the years, covered the surrounding area. The landfill was formerly under the control of the ...
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