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Miller wins gold for The Bahamas
Shaunae Miller made her country proud last night winning the gold medal in the women’s 400 meters at the Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. It was a thrilling race. Miller fell across the finish line first, just hundredths of a second ahead of her...
 
 
There is nothing criminal in the Christie song
A song has been circulating on social media that has caused controversy. It is about the police, the prime minister and his family. It’s an angry song. Christie; his wife, Bernadette; and two of their children are referenced in unkind ways. The so...
 
 
The PLP’s concerted effort to stifle the integrity of the civil service
Bahamians are tired of the political charade that seeks to bypass and diminish the value of sensible hard-working civil servants. One only needs to look to the increasing concentration of projects under the direct supervision of the Office of the Pri...
 
 
The many challenges of Zika
It was revealed yesterday that The Bahamas has its first confirmed case of the Zika virus. Zika is transmitted primarily by the Aedes aegypti mosquito and causes severe brain defects in newborns if their mothers were infected. There is no specific tr...
 
 
U.S. must be pressed on gun flow to Bahamas and region
Firearms sourced from the United States account for 97.9 percent of all firearms recovered and traced in The Bahamas, according to the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, 2014 Caribbean report. The Bahamas does not have a gun problem...
 
 
A challenger to the prime minister
Perry Christie, who will be 73 in a few weeks, has been the leader of the Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) for nearly 20 years. Next year will mark 40 consecutive years for him in the House of Assembly. These are impressive achievements. The PLP’s ...
 
 
Improving our education system
Two of the indispensable ingredients necessary for a child’s successful education are a home life conducive to learning and good teaching in school. Improving the quality of family life is a rather complex matter, admitting no easy or short-term so...
 
 
Being better parents in the new school year
Schools will open across the country in about four weeks. Thousands of children will be back in classrooms to be taught by teachers in our public and private schools. Many parents will focus on purchasing items for their children to go back to schoo...
 
 
The journey to the election
With the old general election register having passed, it is important for Bahamians to register to vote. The next election is not far away. The mechanisms for it are being activated. Prime Minister Perry Christie yesterday announced he and Oppositio...
 
 
An elected representative embarrasses himself
On July 28, night two of the Free National Movement (FNM) convention, the party’s Montagu MP, Richard Lightbourn, surprised us all. He argued on live television that it is necessary “for us as a nation to consider adopting the lead of several cou...
 
 
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