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The modern Bahamian media environment is so different from the days of Lynden Pindling. Then you essentially had two main

It is likely that the next general election will be some time in 2022. That means there are three full

Opposition parties are supposed to challenge the government. They are supposed to scrutinize, to hold those in power to account. This

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

A policy change appears in the works regarding the conch fishery. A recent study found The Bahamas could lose its conch

Just two weeks after he was sworn in as chief justice, Stephen Isaacs died on August 24, 2018. He was

OP-ED

Sprats beware! Big fish comin’. The Bahamas has never really been a national, nationalist space. It creates nationalist discourse that narrowly

• This column is a reprint of a column from 2013. Following the heartbreak and dismay of the November 26, 1962,

If it is January 1, it is Independence Day in Haiti. It is also the time of the year when

The research recently published by the Bahamas National Trust and chronicled in several scientific articles, paint a dire picture and

Speaking on January 10 after being sworn in for a second six-year term, Venezuela’s president, Nicolás Maduro, declared that his

“Our ability to handle life’s challenges is a measure of our strength of character.” — Les Brown Last week, in part

LETTERS

Dear Editor, The Free National Movement (FNM) administration of Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis has taken lots of criticism for going

Dear Editor, I voted PLP and DNA before, but 2017 was the first time I voted FNM. I’m glad I did.

Dear Editor, I have long argued that those advocating fixed election dates and term limits on the office of prime minister

Dear Editor, Talk about prayers being answered. Well for me the fact that the government is supposedly going to demolish the

Dear Editor, I read the informative and insightful article “Your government is the problem not the WTO”, with great interest. I

Dear Editor, Former attorney general and financial services and investments minister in the Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) administration of former Prime