A month and a week after Hurricane Sandy hit The Bahamas, assessments of the damage to the islands hardest hit are still being tabulated. We get an update on what’s been done in the storm’s aftermath from National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA) representatives Bradley King, Acting Chief Engineer, Ministry of Works, and Ernestine King, Chief Welfare Officer, Ministry of Social Services.
We also discuss crime, the government’s road compensation plan, and Prime Minister Christie’s comments about the government’s talks with Digicel.
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