Responding to poll results published in The Nassau Guardian that showed the two major political parties are in a statistical dead heat, Deputy Leader of the Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) Philip Brave Davis said yesterday the PLP will continue to surge as the campaign heats
The countries of the Caribbean Community (CARICOM), with the exception of Guyana and Suriname, are each experiencing severe decline in their economies. The small Leeward and Windward Islands are worst affected, and so too is Barbados.
Governments are struggling to find ways in which to spur
This open letter is directed to Branville McCartney, leader of the Democratic National Alliance (DNA).
McCartney, please don’t despair for all the discouraging remarks appearing in the papers about whether or not the DNA stands a chance in winning the election. We think they
I read with interest a report by Dr. David Allen. While I agree with some of his findings on the root cause of the crime situation and some of his recommended remedies, I strongly oppose the bringing in of foreign police from Canada, the
We are nearing the end of this parliamentary term and are in "pre-election" campaign mode. The prime minister has until May to dissolve Parliament and call the election.
We are now heading into April and none of the three main political parties has published its manifesto.
Peet absences himself from Parliament
Prime Minister Hubert Ingraham last night dismissed the conclusion made by The Nassau Guardian based on a scientific poll that the two major parties are in a dead heat. Ingraham instead insisted that the Free National Movement (FNM) is ahead.
He claimed that while The Guardian
Hundreds of workers remain jittery
A judge has sentenced a career criminal who sexually assaulted his daughter to the maximum of seven years.Justice Vera Watkins told the 45-year-old, whose name has been withheld to protect his daughter's identity, "There are no mitigating circumstances that would warrant the court being lenient.