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ALICIA WALLACE: True investment in women starts with the goverment

INTERNATIONAL Women’s Day has come and gone, but we will see photos, videos, articles, and other forms of media related to it for the rest of the week as we all go through our camera rolls, receive footage, and think about the messaging that has been sent over the past few days.

EDITORIAL: Time to revisit plans for Haiti help

IF there was a plan to restore order to Haiti, then it is time to go back to the drawing board.

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WORLD VIEW: The urgency of internal unity to reclaim Haiti

IN international diplomatic circles, Haiti is on everyone’s lips but not in actions that could urgently remedy the suffering of the Haitian people.

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PETER YOUNG: Danger to Bahamas as Haiti on the brink

FOR some years, commentators have been saying that Haiti has reached rock bottom as a failed state.

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FACE TO FACE: Devynne Charlton – chasing her dreams

EXTREMELY humble, highly motivated, and distinctively disciplined, Devynne Charlton has all of the right ingredients that make up a world champion. With a twinkle in her eye and a dimple in her smile, she is not only blazing a trail on the world stage in track and field, she has also warmed the hearts of everyone at home in The Bahamas.

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THE KDK REPORT: Slow motion

Time is rather peculiar. We all live within a vortex of irreversibly sequential events and yet, there are many days when hours feel like seconds.

EDITORIAL: More action needed in fight for equality

ON Friday, The Bahamas joined the world in celebrating International Women’s Day.

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The wreck of the HMS Lowstoffe

GREAT Inagua and Little Inagua boast some of the oldest and most enigmatic shipwrecks in The Bahamas, as they sit across the entrance to the Windward Passage.

EDITORIAL: Remembering a hero and guardian angel

PAUL Thompson was a guardian angel.

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STATESIDE: A tale of several Trudeaus and one Donald Trump

THIS is a tale of several Trudeaus of different generations and Donald Trump.

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FRONT PORCH: Our beautiful beaches are scarred by plastic pollution - what will we do about it?

A FRIEND, who some-times retreats to Elbow Cay, the capital of which is Hope Town, woke up early one morning to walk the wide and long beach near a peninsula on the cay. It was another brilliant day of exceptional beauty in The Bahamas.

EDITORIAL: Still in the dark on new BPL deal

IF Bahamians were hopeful of more details being revealed about the proposed deal involving the future of Bahamas Power and Light when they tuned into the mid-year Budget debate yesterday, they were soon disappointed.

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ALICIA WALLACE: Inclusion is not enough; All women must have access to all rights

International Women’s Day is on March 8 every year, early in Women’s History Month.

EDITORIAL: Haiti on the brink of being a failed state

THE telephone at The Tribune has been buzzing this week with readers wanting to discuss one topic more than any other – Haiti.

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PETER YOUNG: Unabated extremist attitudes a growing concern in the UK

TO follow up last week’s column about anti-semitism, I revert today to the issue of extremism. In the last few days, there have been two important developments in Britain in relation to this that need to be aired in order to appreciate the seriousness of what is going on there.