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Women’s Day: Are we there yet?

I was honoured to be a guest on a new radio show on 2019’s International Women’s Day (IWD). I was... read more »

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A New Housing Policy: Let’s Start With The Problem(s)

 Last week the government debated a new resolution to convey 1.2 acres of land for the purpose of its Access... read more »

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A Cleansing Fyre: Protecting Our Brand and Our People

In the last week, two television streaming platforms have released documentaries claiming to detail the real true (crime) story behind... read more »

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Help Frankie Campbell To Mind His Business—Ask Him About Rape!

When giving interviews, there are few things politicians relish more than talking about things that we should all agree are... read more »

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The Wheels Go ‘Round and ‘Round: School Bus Contracts and Political Patronage

In the heat of the 2017 general election campaign allegations of corruption and mismanagement by Cabinet Ministers in the Progressive... read more »

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NHI consultation extended, Government hires Communications Director

The consultation on NHI has been extended again as the NHIA considers requiring those who make more, to contribute more—as... read more »

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Nassau Cruise Port RFP: Part 2 – Beyond Buildings and Berths, Centering People and Culture

A history of Nassau’s elite and the shipping businesses they owned may give us some context to understand the current... read more »

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Nassau Cruise Port RFP: Transparency, Fairness and the Return of The Import Cartel

Questions about the fairness of Nassau cruise port RFP may be justified. Award of Nassau cruise port re-development to Arawak... read more »

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The New NHI Scheme Part 3

So far, this series of articles have attempted to provide a coherent and studied critique of the newly proposed National... read more »

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The new NHI Scheme Part 2

BCCEC echoes assessment in the first installment Opposition response misses the big issues Wealthy will avoid paying their fair share,... read more »

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The new NHI scheme part 1: Big questions remain unanswered

Media misses the mark in telling the bigger story Cost of doing business could skyrocket Why those intended to benefit... read more »