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Two weeks after he was sworn in as chief justice, Stephen Isaacs died at Doctors Hospital on August 24. He

When the Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) lost the 2017 general election, it seemed it would be in opposition for a

Views of marijuana are shifting dramatically. Uruguay was the first country in the world to fully legalize in December 2013. Its

The government tabled the Road Traffic (Amendment) Bill, 2018 in the House of Assembly yesterday. It seeks to criminalize the

High-profile crimes re-emphasize the challenges we face as a people. The whole country was saddened at the killing of Inspector

It has been reported that Cabinet will examine bills to create a fixed election date and term limits for prime

OP-ED

The Caribbean has always felt confident that it understands the politics and values of Europe. This is largely because of

The people of Eleuthera are truly one of a kind. During my recent trip to the island, we stopped in Bannerman

“Education is everything! Education is the only thing! It is that magic key that unlocks the padlock of poverty.” –

Just a few weeks ago, the calm, clear and assertive voice of an exceptional man faded out. Kofi Annan has

The allegation by Dr. Christine Blasey Ford, a research scientist and clinical psychology professor, that U.S. Supreme Court nominee Judge

The Consultant Physician Staff Association (CPSA) is made up of specialist trained senior physicians with overall responsibility for the delivery

LETTERS

Dear Editor, The PM’s diktat that work permits are to be reduced simply because too many have been issued is nonsense

Dear Editor, The late Chinese communist revolutionary Mao Zedong was quoted as saying, “Communism is not love; communism is a hammer

Dear Editor, “Know your history, bro” was both a statement that summarized an opposing view on Facebook, but also carried a

 Dear Editor, On the very same day (September 19, 2018) that it tabled a bill to borrow $35 million at four

Dear Editor, The Bahamas government once again finds itself embroiled in a controversial deal involving an international company, once again leaving

Dear Editor, Education Minister Jeff Lloyd has been one of the more productive ministers in the Minnis Cabinet. Education is a