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Two years ago, as the country was moving closer to a general election, The Nassau Guardian published a story about a proposal for the Chinese to enter the fishing industry in The Bahamas. This revelation seemed to be the final straw for an electorate that had had enough of the Christie administration,

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

When the Free National Movement (FNM) meets in conclave this weekend it will assess its progress as a government and

Brent Symonette, a millionaire businessman who is today minister of financial services, trade and industry and immigration, said he did

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

In the lead-up to the 2017 general election, the corruption theme largely shaped the Free National Movement’s (FNM) messaging with

The Hubert Minnis who has emerged after the 5.9 magnitude earthquake that struck Haiti — the poorest country in the Western Hemisphere — on

The Minnis administration appears to be taking great comfort these days in a ruling handed down by Speaker of the House of

The leadership of the Free National Movement (FNM) should not take lightly the hairline cracks that have developed in the

It has been six weeks since Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis promised a probe into matters at Bahamas Power and Light