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Disinterest in the country’s major political parties, frustration over being taken for granted and discouragement due to societal norms that contribute to the country’s brain drain are but some of the impassioned and considered sentiments expressed by Bahamian university students and graduates during several days of interviews with Perspective. We visited

When the next storm strikes

Discussions are in progress on the potential of establishing memorandums of understanding (MOU) with neighboring countries to facilitate disaster evacuations

The skin we’re in

Colorism, generally defined as discrimination or prejudice within an ethnic or social group against individuals of a darker skin tone,

Violation of trust

The governing Free National Movement (FNM) launched its bid for re-election last week on a foundation of disinformation, misleading some

Our money, our business

The Parliamentary Salaries and Allowances Act should be expanded to set out all benefits afforded to parliamentarians, inclusive of travel,


There are key underlying factors that led to public fallout over the outcome of last week’s pledge conference sponsored by

Travel benefits increase for ministers

As part of the Minnis administration’s new travel policy for ministers implemented by Cabinet last year, ministers’ spouses will be

Petition power

Have you ever seen an online petition started by Bahamians on a pressing issue and thought, “What’s the point in

Answers sought on hurricane relief supplies housed in Freeport

Irate Abaco residents have expressed frustration about what they believed to be donated roofing supplies earmarked for Abaco that have