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The government seems to have drifted into a state of inertia with its parliamentary agenda. Last week, the House of Assembly spent an entire day debating The Bahamas Baptist Missionary and Educational Convention Incorporation Bill. Before that, the focus of attention for MPs was that controversial resolution seeking parliamentary approval for the

“Journalism is printing what someone else does not want printed; everything else is public relations.” — George Orwell   In the year

Two years ago, as the country was moving closer to a general election, The Nassau Guardian published a story about

A day after promising an improved communications program, Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis rudely dismissed a reporter who squeezed in

Many Bahamians have long abandoned traditional holiday lights that once adorned homes and other buildings in the weeks leading to

It is a hell of a thing for a member of Parliament to accuse his party of perpetuating corruption, especially

The government seems to have drifted into a state of inertia with its parliamentary agenda. Last week, the House of Assembly

“Journalism is printing what someone else does not want printed; everything else is public relations.” — George Orwell   In the year

Two years ago, as the country was moving closer to a general election, The Nassau Guardian published a story about

Former Prime Minister Hubert Ingraham has told National Review that no minister in his Cabinet, including his then Minister of

Presumably, the Cabinet of The Bahamas has made its decision on the highly controversial proposal presented by Disney Cruise Line

It’s often nauseating listening to Philip Brave Davis and other senior figures in the Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) demand accountability