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INSIGHT: Real investment in people

An object lesson in unlocking potential and banishing fear of failure

Sancheska Dorsett finds the Bahamas has much to learn when it comes to progressive entrepreneurial spirit after her visit to Israel . . .

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WORLD VIEW: The end of ‘wet foot-dry foot’ is a parting gift - for whom?

Tomas Regalado, the Mayor of Miami - long a hot bed for Cuban exiles - has described as a “parting gift” the decision of the waning Obama administration to end the United States’ ‘wet foot-dry foot’ policy toward Cubans seeking entry to the country. The question is: a parting gift to whom?

INSIGHT: Britain faces difficult balancing act over EU exit

Peter Young finds Britain’s future with Europe top of the agenda after a holiday in England . . .

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INSIGHT: The role of police in general elections

Former Assistant Police Comm-issioner Paul Thompson explains why officers must not allow personal political preferences or associations to affect their professional duty . . .

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GAIN AN EDGE: A university degree in the comfort of home

The best of all worlds is now available to students righton their doorstep, says the University of The Bahamas . . .

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INSIGHT: A deal to truly tax our belief

Waiving VAT for the Chinese in order to get Baha Mar completed reveals the Government’s duplicitous treatment of “ungrateful” Bahamians, Malcom J Strachan says . . .

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INSIGHT: Dealing with immigrants and the enemy within

The security risk the Bahamas faces from a large, unknown population in its midst is great. Paul Thompson looks at measures that can be taken to reduce it.

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INSIGHT: Keeping children safe in our classrooms is a lesson we must learn

A comprehensive review of schools security is required not just for now but for the future of our students, former assistant police commissioner Paul Thompson says . . .

GAIN AN EDGE: Creating the next generation of problem solvers

Technical and Vocational Education also involves transferable skills through academic study, as the Bahamas Technical and Vocational Institute explains . . .

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WORLD VIEW: Outraged for black womanhood

After a lifetime in Caribbean and international politics, I thought the time had long since passed when I could be outraged by any event.

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INSIGHT: Where do we go from here?

Do the FNM rebels have a plan? Will Branville McCartney be the power broker and how? Malcom J Strachan looks at the ramifications of upheaval in the Official Opposition . . .

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GAIN AN EDGE: High flier Le’Andra pursues her dream

A top scholar explains what it takes to succeed at the University of The Bahamas

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INSIGHT: Plans to stop gridlock stuck in a jam

Paul Thompson renews his call for a modernisation of the Bahamian public transport system . . .

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INSIGHT: Thank you, Bahamas Power and Light - for nothing

The five-year deal with PowerSecure so far has brought nothing but mismanagement, broken trust and overcharging, Stanley Cartwright says

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INSIGHT: Does China deserve a bad press?

Rashad Rolle reports on a media summit designed to improve understanding of the world’s most populous country and its intentions . . .