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The urgency of resolving waste problems
When the recent city dump fire began it was fascinating to fly over and see where the unhealthy smoke spread on New Providence. It drifted northwest toward the Cable Beach area over many homes and toward a new development: Baha Mar. Large dump...
Who is in charge of our government?
Silence is acquiescence. Are we to accept then that our prime minister and deputy prime minister profess the same anti-foreign sentiment as is being expressed by Immigration and Foreign Minister Fred Mitchell? If not, they should stand up and make a...
Government and police must show strength to unions
Unions have a right to protest. They have a responsibility to advocate on behalf of their workers. They do not, however, have the right to take over property they do not own. The workers at the Bahamas Electricity Corporation (BEC) went too far re...
Attacking the economic engine
The Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) administration has been talking tough about cutting the number of work permits the government issues to companies for foreign workers. This rhetoric has raised concerns across the business community. No...
An interesting idea on electoral reform
The Bahamas has a bicameral (two chamber) Parliament. The House of Assembly’s members are elected and the members of the Senate are appointed. Maurice Tynes, the clerk of Parliament, recently appeared before the Constitutional Commission and...
Our partial welcome to foreigners
Last week, the Ministry of Tourism proudly revealed the heavily financed “Behold” campaign in New York City’s Rockefeller subway station. It is good that the collective islands of The Bahamas are being represented in our tourism promotion...
Getting back to business
It is time for The Bahamas to get serious and get back to work. The honeymoon period for the elected Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) government ended decisively with the failed referendum. As Bahamians ponder if there will be any change i...
Why block students from the House of Assembly?
Police officers last Wednesday denied more than a dozen College of The Bahamas (COB) students entry into the House of Assembly. Those students, who were led by COB Union of Students (COBUS) President Ernesto Williams, were forced to wait behind...
BEC and the government’s debt position
The Bahamas Electricity Corporation (BEC) is in crisis. It has a quarter of a billion dollars in debt the government has to back, it may lose $50 million this year and it is unable to provide enough power to keep the lights on in the high-demand sum...
The prime minister is not ‘minister of everything’
College of The Bahamas (COB) Council Chairman Alfred Sears yesterday confirmed fee increases announced this week have been implemented and students’ bills for the fall semester already reflect those fees. His confirmation came one day after Prime ...
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