V. Alfred Gray, Minister of Agriculture, Marine Resources & Local Government, discusses food independence, agricultural sector encouragement and growth, and fisheries challenges and developments, including poaching and conservation.
And “In The News”, with Uriah McPhee and Stephen Dillet Primary Schools once again closed for the day, we discuss the latest developments, and what should be the way forward.
And we look at the latest on Miami-based activist group Democracy Movement, which vows to continue protests against The Bahamas. Tourism Minister Obie Wilchcombe says it’s time for this to stop, while FNM Chairman Darron Cash says it’s time for the Prime Minister to step in to meet with the group. We get reaction from our listeners.
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