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Had the Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) been in office, it would have announced that the Exuma airport has been started; the school in Black Point and its clinic fixed and functional; and it would have announced a buyer for the Grand Lucayan resort, complete with the requisite supporting airlift, according


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

Uneven playing field

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

Rocky relations

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

Bahamas needs new, creative people

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

Harming workers & the national interest

The Bahamas is just emerging from a hard decade after the financial crisis. Years of recession, stagnation and low growth

Country on track for lowest murder tally in nearly a decade

In 2008, 73 people were murdered in The Bahamas. By 2015 that number doubled to a record 146. From 2011 to

State of Inertia

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