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In 2019, “progress” must be the watchword of the current administration. It can no longer rely on a sympathetic electorate if it continues a familiar approach of blaming the Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) for the many critical problems that continue to plague us. The challenges the Minnis administration will face this year will

Another year has passed without the full implementation of the long-promised and long-awaited Freedom of Information Act (FOIA). The Minnis administration

As the final weeks of 2018 roll along, The Bahamas will end the year as it began: Tremendously challenged. The government

The Bahamas has been “severely influenced” by money in politics for over 100 years, and it’s about time somebody does

In September 2016 while he was in opposition, the Free National Movement (FNM) deputy, Peter Turnquest, observed that trade unions

Immigration debates in The Bahamas are usually narrow in scope, focused on the dangers of Haitians or white foreigners coming

In September 2016 while he was in opposition, the Free National Movement (FNM) deputy, Peter Turnquest, observed that trade unions

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