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One of the Carnival Corporation's fleet of cruise ships.

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INSIGHT: Are we being lulled to sleep on Carnival’s ocean dumping?

JUST four months ago, the nation was flabbergasted with the revelations of Carnival cruise line’s illegal dumping at sea.

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We want to improve, says Carnival after yet another dumping

IN the wake of yet another report on its illegal ocean activities, Carnival Corporation says its focus is on “full transparency and continuous improvement”.

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INSIGHT: Carnival’s actions lay our impotency bare

BAHAMIAN people have been expressing outrage at the revelations of Carnival’s illegal dumping of 500,000 gallons of black water, or treated wastewater, in our seas. It wasn’t long ago that the government was expressing its excitement for the role Carnival would be playing in the revitalisation of Grand Bahama’s economy.

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Carnival brings in more training after dumping

CARNIVAL vessels have submitted three reports to maritime authorities in the current 2018/2019 fiscal year, The Tribune has been told.

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GIVE US ANSWERS: Carnival facing grilling on shock ocean dumping

GOVERNMENT officials launched an investigation and started direct talks with Carnival Corporation yesterday after reports that the cruise giant’s ships unlawfully dumped sewage and food waste in Bahamian waters.


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