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‘Guns don’t kill people; people kill people’

The gun lobby in the United States of America is fond of telling those fighting to improve gun control in

Be wary of information in the social media age

For journalists rarely does a day go by without someone asking, “Is that true?” They refer to information forwarded to them

Foreign ownership in the retail and construction sectors

One could be forgiven if, taking a stroll down Bay Street between East Street and the Hilton British Colonial Hotel,

A most confused generation

This generation of politicians and policymakers has quite the task at hand. How do you lead people so confused by

Transforming the City of Nassau

The heralded redevelopment of the Prince George Dock into a state-of-the-art cruise port and Bahamian entertainment locus is finally coming,

Upgrading search and rescue capabilities

The Bahamas must analyze what it did well and what it did not in preparation for, and in response to,

OP-ED
The Caribbean and climate change: evil in paradise?

Is there an immediate lifeline for the lives of the more than 40 million people who now lie in peril

Of Puerto Rico and Haiti

Haiti and Puerto Rico are dancing to the same tune, “Governor Ricardo Rosselló must go, Jovenel Moise must resign”. San

Leadership in a time of crisis

As Hurricane Dorian rapidly intensified, churning at a near snail’s pace through the especially warm waters of the northern Bahamas,

We could use an attitude push

As I was traveling from the U.S. the other day, I was able to sit and chat with a prominent

All hands on deck

“The pessimist complains about the wind. The optimist expects it to change. The leader adjusts the sail.” — John Maxwell   A s

Front Porch | Courage and resilience in the aftermath of Hurricane Dorian

Hurricane Dorian, one of the most powerful and destructive storms ever recorded in the Atlantic, mercilessly and relentlessly brutalized and

LETTERS
Where was God when Dorian hit? Theologizing human suffering

Dear Editor, I begin with two insightful passages of scripture: Isaiah 22:5 which states, “For it is a day of trouble, and

Remembering ‘Chippie’, a national hero

Dear Editor,  As our Bahamian isles navigate the ravages of Hurricane Dorian, I was saddened to hear about the passing of John

The true nature of The Bahamas

Dear Editor, In the almost 70 years since Sir Stafford Sands revitalized the Development Board (now the Ministry of Tourism), this

Let’s be honest about marijuana

Dear Editor, Nowadays, almost daily, the marijuana debate is in the news, and quite often it makes headline news. For various

The way forward

Dear Editor, Everyone has an opinion and we all should respect each other’s opinion and listen. Because I don’t agree with

Bahamas must make climate change a priority

Dear Editor, The Bahamas is among the countries facing the most devastating fallout from climate change in the immediate future, yet