The xenophobia that exploded on social media after Hurricane Dorian should have been met by forceful official rejection by the government. Instead, it influenced the government into backtracking on the suspension of repatriations of undocumented Haitian nationals to riot-torn Haiti.
From the floor of the House
In the search for motive, reason or rationale to explain the travesties, mysteries or controversies of life if is usually wise to follow the money.
In the current debate over illegal immigrants it would be wise to think in terms of dollars and cents in
The Bahamas could be heading down a road from which it may soon pass the point of no return.
It is time that Bahamians stop praying for the acquisition of and the preservation of their material possessions, and start paying closer attention to their Christian
“One of the greatest threats to our economic development is the archaic educational system to which we subject many thousands of Bahamians.”
Two weeks ago, in part one of this series, I noted that, for a recent address to the Rotary Club of New Providence, I
This summer, customers of Bahamas Power and Light (BPL) have yet again endured frustrating periods of load shedding as generation capacity has failed to meet demand for electricity.
Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis was correct – this was a crisis for families who could not cook
Teppanyaki is a style of Japanese cuisine that is derived from the words “teppan” (iron plate) and “yaki” (grilled, boiled or pan-fried), so it literally means grilling on an iron plate. While it’s not a new concept to The Bahamas, you no longer have to
King Solomon, the biblical king of Israel, is revered in Christianity, Judaism, Islam and Rastafarianism alike. A wealthy and wise man (the latter of which people the world over feel is missing in leadership), he was known for his sense of justice and morality, and
This year’s Shakespeare in Paradise theatre festival offered a number of reinterpretations of old favourites and some new specials. The focus of this piece will be on Trevor Rhone’s 1970s play “Old Story Time” that appears in the collection of plays with “Smile Orange” and
After a busy season last year and a successful one for Bahamian swimmers, the 2019 Bahamas Aquatics Federation (BAF) swimming season gets underway today at the Betty Kelly Kenning Aquatics Center with the 2019 Blue Waves swim meet.
Dellan Brown, head coach at the Blue Waves
D’Angelo Swaby may have started his professional career late but he has a perfect 1-0 win-loss record. The heavyweight boxer will be looking to make it 2-0 when he goes up against the 3-0 New Jersey native Norman Neely at the Santander Arena in Reading,