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Editorial

 
Getting registered to vote
There are around 56,000 people registered to vote, nearly 78,000 fewer people than there were during the same period ahead of the 2012 general election. Five years ago, there were approximately 134,000 registered voters. Ultimately, just over 172,000...
 
 
Convention postponement a bad move
Last Thursday the Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) decided to postpone its November national convention. The party has not had one in seven years. Last year’s convention was postponed due to damage caused to the southern and central islands by Hurri...
 
 
Convention postponement a bad move
Last Thursday the Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) decided to postpone its November national convention. The party has not had one in seven years. Last year’s convention was postponed due to damage caused to the southern and central islands by Hurri...
 
 
The wisdom of old advice
Living in a hurricane zone, we grow up hearing advice on storm preparation. Public service announcements repeat this information constantly. You should buy this, cut down and store that. The damage caused by Hurricane Matthew reminds us of the necess...
 
 
Baha Mar details emerging
It was announced yesterday that Hong Kong conglomerate Chow Tai Fook Enterprises Limited (CTFE) – which owns the Rosewood Hotel Group – entered into negotiations to acquire Baha Mar. The company said it would invest millions ahead of the officia...
 
 
Odd declarations of sexuality by politicians
We were confused reading in the newspaper on Tuesday the words of Ron Pinder, deputy registrar general and former Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) MP. A press conference was held on Monday by Pinder and Alfred and Rickia Pratt. Rumors circulated on so...
 
 
The Bahamian people deserve Baha Mar details
In all systems of government it is important to be responsive to the needs, wishes and desires of the people. In dictatorships social distress, hardship and frustration lead to revolution when left to fester unchecked. When the people are tired and c...
 
 
Upgrading search and rescue capabilities
The government is borrowing $150 million to help pay for the damage caused by Hurricane Matthew. The storm hit the northwestern Bahamas at the beginning of this month. A year ago Hurricane Joaquin hit the central and southern Bahamas. It is estimated...
 
 
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