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The government last week signed a heads of agreement with Disney Cruise Line for its planned development of a cruise port at Lighthouse Point, Eleuthera, in the absence of media. This was odd and curious, to say the least. In signing the agreement behind closed doors, the government denied media an opportunity

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On May 10, 2017, the Bahamian people did the Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) a favor. The people removed Perry Christie from

Deflection

Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis may never fully address the calls for two of his Cabinet ministers to resign. He probably

PLP hypocrisy and a picture of greed

Prospective candidates for the Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) have gotten advice from a former MP and minister whose questionable conduct

Pointless

The official opposition has decided to stay away from Parliament, it says, “until the point is made”. The decision — designed

Osborne takes legal action against Bannister

Former Executive Chairperson of Bahamas Power and Light (BPL) Darnell Osborne has taken legal action against Public Works Minister Desmond

State of limbo

Nearly a year after the government signed a questionable agreement with the principals of Oban Energies for a controversial $5.5

Mouth can say plenty

If you were looking for excitement, inspiration or something revealing or revolutionary then you were likely left disappointed by the

Insulting our intelligence

Had the Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) been in office, it would have announced that the Exuma airport has been started;

Functionless

Centreville MP Reece Chipman appears deeply frustrated on multiple levels with the workings of Parliament. Chipman — who would probably have

Beyond the stagnation

The international non-governmental organization Transparency International has called out The Bahamas government for failing to take promised action to strengthen

A deeper dive

The results of the Labour Force Survey released by the Department of Statistics this week demonstrate ongoing worries about the