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· September, 2011

Stories about Bahamas from September, 2011

Bahamas: Time to Take Action Against Crime

As a missing child is found dead, Weblog Bahamas says: “I would call on Prime Minister Ingraham to not wait until next Monday to make a statement to the nation...

Caribbean: Bloggers Saddened by Wangari Mathai's Death

Bloggers from Jamaica, Barbados and the Bahamas mourn the death of “The great African (Kenyan) environmentalist…and the first African woman to win the Nobel Prize, Wangari Maathai”.

Bahamas: Crime Fighting Issues

Bloggers discuss the challenges of crime fighting in the Bahamas.

Bahamas: Chipping In to Fight Crime

“With murders at record levels this year it makes one sit up and take notice”: Weblog Bahamas‘ Rick Lowe says that helping to fight crime is everyone's duty.

Bahamas: Convicted Child Molester May Walk

“It is shocking to me that a judge in this country can sentence a man to freedom after a jury has found him guilty of a violent crime”: Womanish Words...

Bahamas: Identification System to deal with Immigration?

On the introduction of a national identification system, Weblog Bahamas’ Rick Lowe asks: “Can't you see the territory being staked out in a new fiefdom that would remove even more...

Bahamas: Bethel on Theatre

From the backseat interviews blogger Nicolette Bethel about theatre in the Bahamas.

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