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If the govt fixes Freeport, it will fix The Bahamas
The government has a unique opportunity to resurrect the phoenix of Freeport from the ashes of political red tape and recession. This will require political courage to adopt a paradigm shift in foreign investment policies in Freeport and Grand Bahama...
 
 
Is ‘the truth’ important?
I know a whole lot of people who lie at the drop of a hat, so to speak….this is unfortunately true with far too many people …..yes it is! So let me commence today by asking you this simple straight forward question posed in today’s title ‘Is...
 
 
Brexit, global trade and the overseas territories
Last month a report appeared indicating just how important one of the Caribbean’s overseas territories has become in facilitating global trade. The study ‘Creating Value: the BVI’s Global Contribution’, commissioned by BVI Finance from the i...
 
 
Ankle fractures
A broken ankle, also known as an ankle "fracture", is when one or more of the bones that make up the ankle joint are broken. They can range from a simple break in one bone, which may not stop you from walking, to several fractures, which forces your ...
 
 
No deal is better than a bad deal
I was watching the program ‘Shark Tank’ on television a little while back and as usual a new entrepreneur was trying to win over some of the sharks to make a deal to promote a novel, new product he was marketing through schools and colleges. Only...
 
 
Is your job damaging your hearing?
Occupational hearing loss, or hearing loss caused as a result of working in a noisy environment, is one of the most common work-related illnesses in the United States, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Studies show, that t...
 
 
Cheer yourself up
Do you know anyone who is constantly asking you to cheer them up as they’re feeling a bit down, or to use another popular expression, they’re under the weather? Well I do, and they always seem to say the same or similar things like, “I don’t ...
 
 
Rush to judgment!
“There's always such a rush to judgment. It makes a fair trial hard to get.” – John Grisham Since the Free National Movement (FNM) won the general election on May 10, 2017, there has seemed to be a frenzied shark-like attack on Progressive L...
 
 
Everything can always work out
Caribbean culture has conditioned us to believe that life is a struggle, that there are always hurdles, and even people with unwelcoming attitudes who will always make things difficult for us. Our history has been misinterpreted to make us feel as vi...
 
 
The saga and bravura of Haitian migrants
I was recently at the Toussaint Louverture airport in Port au Prince, Haiti, departing for New York City; the real action was not with JetBlue or American Airlines passengers leaving for the Big Apple, but with the LAN airline transporting Haitian mi...
 
 
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