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NAGB’s chief curator cultivates international dialogue

The National Art Gallery of the Bahamas has secured international visual artist, photographer, publisher and art director Holly Bynoe as its chief curator.

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The power of women supporting women

WOMEN entrepreneurs have always played an important role in the Bahamian economy, however, for many it is often a challenge to get the necessary exposure for their businesses.

Nationality is not the main concern

I read with some disappointment a news article in your June 19, 2019 edition that reported concerns being raised about the appointment of Commonwealth citizens to senior posts in the Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions.

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Tributes paid to Larry Smith

TRIBUTES have poured in for Larry Smith, the well-known columnist who died on Sunday, as his family announced his funeral will be held this Saturday at the Bahamas National Trust’s Retreat on Village Road. Former Tribune managing editor John Marquis

Larry Smith is a big loss

THE Bahamas has indeed lost a fearless and excellent journalist. Larry Smith was one of the very best.

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Two arrested for poaching at Bonefish Pond

TWO people were arrested on Saturday for poaching in Bonefish Pond National Park, according to the Bahamas National Trust. The BNT also said it has noted increased reports of illegal poaching and development in national parks during the COVID-19 lockdown.

Bimini developers face $2.4m loss if 2-week dredge halt

Resorts World Bimini yesterday alleged it will suffer a “minimum” $2.352 million loss if the Privy Council-ordered bar on dredging remains in place until June 4.

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Passport to a better future?

The spectre of Loftus Roker looms all too large for migrants over the government’s contentious policy, says Ava Turnquest, Tribune Chief Reporter.