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Your story is not over
I’m anticipating starting to write my Autobiography real soon, tentatively to be titled ‘The Life of Reilly’ a catchy title don’t you think? Yes I’m at that time in my life when one starts to reflect on The Past and some of the accomplish...
 
 
Three things you will not find in the 2017/2018 budget
The new FNM administration begins its fiscal journey today. From May 10, 2017, as far as political support is concerned, it had the wind at its back, with a massive victory over the Christie-led PLP. Prime Minister Minnis has assembled a good lookin...
 
 
The way forward, pt. 1
The defeat of the Progressive Liberal Party by the Free National Movement in the general election on May 10, 2017 ironically provides a watershed opportunity for the oldest political party in The Bahamas to reflect, refresh and rebound. The dramatic ...
 
 
Single-sided deafness in adults
Single-sided deafness (SSD), also known as unilateral deafness, is a type of hearing loss where the person has normal hearing in one ear but significant hearing loss, or no hearing at all, in the other ear. Common causes of single-sided deafness in ...
 
 
Cellulitis of the leg/foot
Cellulitis pronounced (sel-u-LIE-tis) is a common skin infection caused by a bacteria (germ). Cellulitis may first appear as a red, swollen area that feels hot and tender when touched. The redness and swelling often spreads rapidly and cellulitis is ...
 
 
Competition, connectivity and the Caribbean tourism market
When the former U.S. President, Barack Obama, announced in late 2014 that he was easing travel restrictions on U.S. citizens wishing to visit Cuba, a frisson ran through the tourist industry in the rest of the region. Seminars and conferences were ha...
 
 
The extra mile
I overheard someone at a business establishment state the following, “I’m not going to knock myself out for these people,” — referring of course to his employers. “They don’t pay me enough.” When I heard him say that I shuddered in disb...
 
 
Grammy’s ol’ house
“Time marches on. The young get old, and the old get cold, time marches on.” – (Bahamian song)   It’s amazing how we think that, because we live in a high-tech world, all those things that worked “back in the day” don’t work anym...
 
 
Why the FNM won the 2017 election, pt. 1
“In democracy, every election is a learning process. You learn from every election, the one that you win and the one that you lose. And then you prepare for the next one.” – Salman Khurshid   The general election of 2017 is history, and ...
 
 
Haiti and its national and international debt status
Up to this date, around mid-May 2017, the national and international debt of the Republic of Haiti hovers around US$3 billion. This sum represents $1 billion of internal debt and $2 billion of external one. It is a very small amount if we compare Hai...
 
 
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