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The cost of electricity in The Bahamas is a significant economic burden. This government has promised to lower rates, but when and how? The Bahamas Hotel and Tourism Association (BHTA), tired of waiting for government action, has taken a step ...
Getting a handle on waste
The Bahamas has a serious waste problem. Not just a fiscal waste and revenue generation problem, but an actual physical solid waste problem. For an island nation with limited land mass, our apathetic attitude towards waste management need...
Marching on to 40
As we embark on our 40th year of independence we must celebrate our stable democracy and march to build our future. We are a passionate and proud country; a country of superior athletes, fine artists and intellectuals. We are, however, al...
Pedestrians need greater 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 largel...
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 c...
Basic safety and Mayaguana
The death of three people in Mayaguana last week was a tragedy. The residents were attempting to illuminate a runway for a medical charter. The plane struck the vehicles and two women and man were killed. The victims were identified as f...
In parliaments, vicious debates often take place. Opposing sides do everything they can to win a point or cause the other side to be derailed. Parliaments are not places for thin-skinned people or for the faint of heart. Public life in general is ...
A worrying crime prediction
A senior U.S. State Department official is predicting that the Caribbean will likely experience a surge in drug-trafficking activity by 2015 because criminal operations are slowly moving out of parts of Latin America due to an international crackdown...
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 takeover property they do not own. Yesterday workers at the Bahamas Electricity Corporation (BEC) went t...
The concept of earned gratuity
The obligatory inclusion of 15 percent gratuity is without a doubt a point of frustration for most diners. Gratuity in The Bahamas is not so much a reflection of service but more an inflation of 15 percent in the price of food at a restaurant. ...
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