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· December, 2009

Stories about Bahamas from December, 2009

Bahamas: Inefficient Judiciary

30 December 2009

As a suspected murderer out on bail allegedly kills again, Weblog Bahamas‘ Sidney Sweeting asks: “How long should the Bahamian people have to put up with this nonsense and get the Judiciary to give some consideration to the law abiding, God-fearing citizens of the country?”

Bahamas, Jamaica: Jonkonnu & Christmas

29 December 2009

“We tend to forget — or, more probably, we don’t know — that Junkanoo in the Bahamas is not unique”: Nicolette Bethel provides “a taste of what happens in Jamaica at Christmas…”

Bahamas: Culture Change

24 December 2009

Bahamian Nicolette Bethel delves into the history of Stilton cheese to make a point about culture: “I’m going to argue…that culture does not just happen. Culture changes — like what is happening I write to the indigenous Junkanoo beat (which is being swallowed up by a hip-hop rhythm that is...

Bahamas: Interest in Climate Change

9 December 2009

Bahama Pundit‘s Larry Smith says of the Copenhagen Climate Change talks: “The good thing about action to address climate change is that it presents unprecedented opportunities for the world in terms of energy security, pollution control, technology innovation and sustainable development.”

Bahamas: Sick & Tired

2 December 2009

Sidney Sweeting at Weblog Bahamas says that Bahamians “are sick and tired – sick of the rampant crime and tired of the press conferences promising to do something.”

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