Monday, May 25, 2020

When Hurricane Dorian unleashed its fury on Grand Bahama, commercial cruise travel to the island was suspended for almost two months. And now six and half months later, the island which has been working to rebound from Dorian’s impact is once again faced with a blow to its economy now that

Adjusting to change

Approximately 80 percent of businesses in Freeport had re-opened late last year post-Dorian, according to the Grand Bahama Port Authority’s

Declaration of death

For families of Grand Bahama’s 22 missing storm victims, life is a daily struggle with unresolved grief, as unlike the

Sands: I am not happy

Health Minister Dr. Duane Sands was “not happy” last week with the pace of refurbishment at the storm-damaged Rand Memorial

Politicians and their finances

When a general election or bi-election approaches, Bahamians show keen interest in the financial declarations of candidates, but what some

Look before you leap

There is a popular adage about what happens the higher a monkey climbs. The decision of the governing party to launch

National Intelligence Agency to be progressed this year

Movement toward establishing the National Crime Intelligence Agency (NCIA) should begin by the second quarter of this year, according to

The long road home

A home. It’s a place of security and safety where a person is both psychologically and financially invested, and has a

Stand for something

Bahamian politics today is missing several key ingredients, two of which are courage and the willingness of politicians to stand

Someone to care

You never know where life might take you. Awash in tears and in the comfort of our embrace, wife and mother

More human remains found on GB

Acting on reports from members of the public last week, police on Grand Bahama located two sets of human remains

Bahamians want to be heard

In a somewhat rare occurrence, back to back town meetings in a single week were held on Grand Bahama to