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Dangerous situation at the landfill
Biohazardous waste should not be haphazardly discarded. Infectious materials, blood and needles should not just be put in a bag that ends up with all the other garbage in trucks and then at the landfill. The improper disposal of such waste could caus...
 
 
Exercise your democratic power
Interesting debates always emerge when the question is posed as to whether or not citizens living in democracies should feel obligated to vote. Most democracies were fought for. People who campaigned for freedom, self-governance and civil rights wer...
 
 
More focus needed on pedestrian safety
Being a pedestrian in New Providence is not easy. Many lose their lives each year navigating our streets. The Royal Bahamas Police Force (RBPF) keeps a watchful eye on tourists and local pedestrians downtown, but elsewhere Bahamians are largely left...
 
 
Will there be a different result?
In November 2014, Dr. Hubert Minnis defeated Loretta Butler-Turner by a large margin, 298 votes to 106 votes, to retain the leadership of the Free National Movement (FNM). Butler-Turner is opposing him again – for good reason. Minnis has had a tou...
 
 
Opposition leaders must evolve their thinking on capital punishment
Bahamians are concerned with the crime problem we’ve faced the past decade – a problem particularly situated in New Providence. There were 146 murders last year – a record and a very high figure for such a small place. It is unclear if we will ...
 
 
Intellectually curious and creative
In a parliamentary democracy such as ours, the quality of the respective teams of candidates chosen by major political parties to contest general elections is crucial. From among these candidates new governments are formed, including a Cabinet with ...
 
 
Perry Christie must go too
On the morning of Friday, June 24, the world waited on the statement of British Prime Minister David Cameron. We knew what he would say. We knew he would step down. He led his country into a referendum and put the weight of his offices as Conservativ...
 
 
Small gifts can go a long way
Our young people are not doing as well as we’d like. The graduation rate in our public schools, where most Bahamians are educated, is 50 percent. In the 2014 Bahamas General Certificate of Secondary Education (BGCSE) examinations, students averaged...
 
 
Coherent opposition needed after FNM convention
We are about a month away from the Free National Movement (FNM) convention. Dr. Hubert Minnis, party leader, seeks to stay in charge of the main opposition party. The faction against him will have its chance to topple him. No one has announced an in...
 
 
Fate of carnival linked to the election
The second Bahamas Junkanoo Carnival is over. It took hardcore attendees quite a while to recover after a weekend of frolicking. Many only took in a few hours of sleep between the Thursday and Sunday, with more liquor than water to sustain them. The...
 
 
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