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To listen to recorded audios of GTR Shows click on link below:

http://www.thenassauguardian.com/index.php?option=com_radiosounds&view=radioshows&Itemid=113


Be sure to follow Dwight on twitter @MorningBlend969 and check out our new Facebook page! http://facebook.com/MorningBlend969 Also contact us via email at morningblend@nasguard.com and call in to the studio 325 4316, 325 4259 or 323 6232 .


Be sure to follow Dwight on twitter @MorningBlend969 and check out our new Facebook page! http://facebook.com/MorningBlend969 Also contact us via email at morningblend@nasguard.com and call in to the studio 325 4316, 325 4259 or 323 6232 .

Fri, 26 Jun 2015 06:15:03 -0400

We analyze the Freedom of Information Bill 2015. Lisa Benjamin, Asst. Professor with the LLB program at College of The Bahamas, is also on the FOIA (Freedom of Information Act) Working Committee. She gives her overall assessment of the Bill, which she feels is a significant improvement over the previous FOIA – which was passed in Parliament but never enacted. Benjamin also discusses some of her concerns with the current Draft Bill.
The Bill is now available for public consultation. Comments can be sent to the Office of the Attorney General. Email attgcustomerservice@bahamas.gov.bs.
To see the Draft Freedom of Information Bill 2015, click here:
http://www.bahamas.gov.bs/…/FREEDOM-OF-INFORMATION-BILL%2C2…

Be sure to follow Dwight on twitter @MorningBlend969 and check out our new Facebook page! http://facebook.com/MorningBlend969 Also contact us via email at morningblend@nasguard.com and call in to the studio 325 4316, 325 4259 or 323 6232 .

Thu, 25 Jun 2015 06:15:42 -0400

Bar Association President Elsworth Johnson speaks on crime, ethics in politics, and challenges facing the legal profession.
The Bar Council’s Annual Training Day and Retreat begins today. The event features panels dealing with a wide range of issues, including the proposed “practicing certificate” for lawyers, the restriction on admissions of non-Bahamian attorneys, and whether the Director of Public Prosecutions should be independent.
Elections for the Council’s executive posts are taking place as well. And a major banquet is set for Saturday.
It’s set for Melia Nassau Beach Hotel June 25-27.

Be sure to follow Dwight on twitter @MorningBlend969 and check out our new Facebook page! http://facebook.com/MorningBlend969 Also contact us via email at morningblend@nasguard.com and call in to the studio 325 4316, 325 4259 or 323 6232 .

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