Stories about Bahamas from March, 2009
Sidney Sweeting wonders what kind of society the Bahamas has become when “unifomed goons can force their way into our homes at night, terrorize us (or worse) and just leave without an explanation.”
“A real need exists for tourism to have a clearer image and for it to be a beacon that pulls many parts of the economy along”: Living in Barbados wonders about the future of the island's tourism offering.
Bahamian blogger Womanish Words missed International Women's Day and pays a late but meaningful tribute to the mothers of the world “who are most at risk globally, because of poverty, war and victimization”.
Signifyin’ Guyana says of the CLICO situation: “I see the possibility for the Govt. of Guyana to ease out of the promise to cover all.”
More comments on the CLICO situation, this time from Signifyin’ Guyana.
“The Bahamian economy is very likely to crash, and hard. And soon”: Nicolette Bethel makes a prediction.