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Morgan Freeman and Dennis Haysbert Interviewed By Erin Ferguson
May 28, 2012
Morgan Freeman and Dennis Haysbert Interviewed By Erin Ferguson

(Nassau, Bahamas) Erin Ferguson, Host and Executive Producer of the Number #1 Rated Television show in the Bahamas, Citizens Review, conducted interviews with two of Hollywood's finest Actors on the screen, the world renowned, Academy award winning actor Morgan Freeman, known for his roles in performances like Glory, Invictus, The Shawshank Redemption, Driving Miss Daisy and Dennis Haysbert who i...

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March 25, 2012
Bran to reject u-turn claim over marital rape law

DEMOCRATIC National Alliance leader Branville McCartney has scheduled a press conference for today to refute a Tribune headline he feels misrepresented his stance on the efforts to ban marital rape.

The headline, "U-turn for Bran on marital rape law", published last Friday, came after Mr McCartney first addressed the issue on the talk show Citizens' Review, then clarified his position in a statem...

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September 29, 2016
Regulators had nothing to do with Chrissy Love show being cut off

THE removal of popular radio talk show host Christina "Chrissy Love" Thompson from the airwaves during her "Reality Check" broadcast on Tuesday had nothing to do with any regulation violation, according to the Utilities Regulation and Competition Authority (URCA).

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September 11, 2015
What's on at the NAGB

Back-to-school deals
From September to December, the NAGB is offering a 'buy one, get one free' deal on school group tours. Guided tours normally come at a cost of $35 per group of 25 (max) persons, plus admission charges for students 12 and over. With this offer, schools receive two guided tours for $35, plus individual admission.
During the promotion, schools that book guided tours on Mondays ...

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August 19, 2014
Out-of-work marine pilots wait on government action

The president of a local marine pilotage organization has claimed that it is still seeking government approval to establish an independent pilotage agency after failed negotiations with the Bahamas Oil Refining Company International Limited (BORCO) and the Freeport Harbour Company (FHC). Captain Kendall Williamson, president of the Bahamas Marine Pilots Association (BMPA), confirmed that the BMPA ...

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April 08, 2014
Freeport marine pilot to speak at international congress

The president of the Bahamas Maritime Pilots Association (BMPA) will "express to the entire maritime community worldwide the challenges that the BMPA has faced in Freeport", at an upcoming international conference in Panama.
In a release issued by the BMPA, the organization said that Kendall Williamson will speak at the 22nd International Maritime Pilots' Association (IMPA) Congress, to be held in...

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March 31, 2014
Financial sustainability concerns drive opposition in marine pilot dispute

The resistance to allowing independent, private marine pilots to take control over piloting in Freeport Harbour stems in large part from a concern over how the continued maintenance and expansion of the port will be funded, Guardian Business has learned.
On Friday, the day on which the resignation of the 15 marine pilots from the Freeport Harbour Company and BORCO formally took effect, opinion ove...

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March 19, 2014
Freeport Harbour Company condemns 'assault', defends safety record

Saying it is under "assault", the Freeport Harbour Company (FHC) has defended what it has termed its "outstanding" safety record, calling comments by the Bahamas Marine Pilots Association and other "overseas interests" relating to safety concerns at the port "patently false, misleading and reckless".
In a statement issued yesterday, the Freeport Harbour Company suggested actions by marine pilots w...

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March 18, 2014
Freeport Harbour impacted if dispute left unresolved

Faced with claims from a major international company that their effort to go independent will jeopardize safety in Freeport Harbour, the head of a group of marine pilots said it is the Freeport Harbour Company and BORCO's resistance to their proposal which threatens to create either a "very dangerous" or a very much slowed business environment in Freeport by the end of the month.
Pointing to what ...

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July 22, 2013
Fly fishing group unites to grow industry

Stakeholders aggressively seeking to regulate fly fishing in The Bahamas see potential for it to grow into a multimillion-dollar industry.

It's an industry that generates over $140 million according to an economic survey that was done in 2010, says Benjamin Pratt, the executive director of the Bahamas Fly Fishing Industry Association (BFFIA)...

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