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It is tragic to watch young people being paraded before the courts in shackles just because they like marijuana. If

Traffic fatalities increased this year as compared to 2017. There have been 59 in 2018, according to Marino Hinds, acting

The Bahamas suffered the decade after the 2008 financial crisis. In truth, we’re just emerging from the worst recession since

The Christmas season is here. It’s the occasion for spending time with family and friends. We buy gifts for those

Our oldest party, the Progressive Liberal Party (PLP), is 65. The PLP celebrated its birthday with a service yesterday at

May 10 marked the fourth consecutive time The Bahamas had a general election in May. This is a bad practice

OP-ED

The past few weeks my attention was captivated by Netflix’s masterpiece, The Crown. The show portrays the historic role of

For many decades in many quarters, the Bahamas Christian Council (BCC) has had a dismal reputation in the country, much

O ver the next two weeks, ministers, officials, non-governmental organizations, corporate lobbyists and protestors from around the world will assemble in

Do you have a personal growth plan? If not, have you considered having one? If you do have one, when

What happens to a dream deferred? Does it dry up Like a raisin in the sun? Or fester like a sore– And then run? Does

Trade is buying and selling goods and services. In successful trading, one produces and sells what one produces best relative

LETTERS

 Dear Editor, A video clip showing an interview of Prime Minister Dr Hubert Minnis by various reporters which aired on Clint

Dear Editor, The atmosphere in today’s Bahamas is in stark contrast to what our character, as a people, always was. We

Dear Editor, Criminals are not influenced by the statistical reduction in crime. Indeed some of them are impervious to the pronouncements made

Dear Editor, Leading up to the 2017 general election, Dr. Hubert Alexander Minnis said the country is sick and it needs

Dear Editor, Senior doctors of the Consultant Physicians Staff Association (CPSA) and the Public Hospitals Authority (PHA) remain in stalemate. Notwithstanding

Dear Editor, I read in the newspaper today that the request for proposal (RFP) period for the redevelopment and management of