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A lesson on sustainability
Apparently, the government has jettisoned promotion of small boutique resorts to reignite its strange devotion to large anchor projects. Among a number of policy failures, this initiative proved fatal to the Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) re-electi...
A call for transparency
Today The Nassau Guardian has published excerpts from an initial report into the alleged beating of Cuban detainees at the Carmichael Road Detention Centre by Royal Bahamas Defence Force (RBDF) guards. The allegations are at the center of a ...
The national debt
Governments, international agencies, rating agencies and most businessmen regard the level of national debt to the size of the economy (GDP) as one of the most important economic indicators in assessing the current and future health of the economy. ...
The new airport is almost completed, the new transportation corridors are just about fully operational, we have a new sports center, new water/wastewater treatment facilities, and of course Baha Mar will be completed by the end of 2014. But what exa...
Navigating diplomacy with sensitivity
The Bahamas government, including the Opposition, has yet to comprehend the finesse of handling diplomatic relations. To be sure, there is no political winner over the plight of the repatriated Cubans and those awaiting extradition. Both the Progress...
Non-smokers should be protected
Smoking kills. The Bahamas needs to ban smoking in enclosed public places to preserve the health of those who do not smoke. The United States Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and Prevention says secondhand smoke exposure causes an estimated 3,400 l...
The Bahamas must believe in Bahamians
For recent Bahamian graduates, there could not be a more terrifying time to enter the workforce. With unemployment for those between the age of 15 and 24 at 30 percent, young Bahamians are caught between inexperience and a lack of jobs to obtain exp...
Education minister needs courage
Dear Editor, Listening to the talk shows you get the impression that the minister of education is retreating into a protective mode. He has the nerve to tell professional people that how they see things does not matter even though they are drawing...
Back to school for parents
Schools will open across the country in a few weeks. Thousands of children will be back in classrooms to be taught by teachers in our public and private schools. Many parents are focused on purchasing items for their children to go back to school. ...
Happy birthday prime minister
Dear Editor, Congratulations PM on reaching that biblical benchmark, three score and 10. In today’s world of scientific health enhancements, they say 70 is the new 50. There must be some truth to this when one considers the hectic pace you have ...
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