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Matthew: The aftermath
Dear Editor, The air is cold and smoky. I can hear the sounds of generators in the distance as the lights from those homes peek through what once were lush trees, now shadows of their former selves. Yes! Mathew did some damage. He came and rooted u...
Halloween: To be or not to be
Dear Editor, It is that time of the year when we satiate our taste for more of what is evil, as if there is not enough evil in the land already. Now this country continues to follow the nations of the world in celebrating what they call a “harmle...
The transformational phenomenon
Dear Editor, Hurricane Matthew, fortunately, is now a part of the Bahamian folklore and history. While other island nations in the Caribbean, like Jamaica, Cuba and to a greater and more tragic degree Haiti, were devastated by this Category 4 storm,...
Open letter to BPL for relief
Dear Editor,Dear BPL, In Matthew’s wake, we have forgotten our manners. Clearly you have been waiting these past nine days for a formal invitation to restore power to the Village Road and Eastern Road areas. Consider this our apology for being so ...
Is the PLP throwing Fitzgerald under the bus?
Dear Editor, A long time ago, a political expert told me that whenever Sir Lynden Pindling was getting ready to throw a colleague under the bus, he would start letting off hints that that person might be his successor for leadership. The idea was t...
Trash can security during a hurricane
Dear Editor, Every hurricane season in The Bahamas the call goes out to Bahamians and residents to secure all trash cans, as they have the potential to become projectiles during a hurricane. It would be my advice to the government that it should ta...
Proper storm response
Dear Editor, The Organization for Responsible Governance (ORG) extends every hope that everyone affected by Hurricane Matthew is safe. As we shift our focus to recovery as a nation, we encourage the government to heed the lessons gained fro...
Protecting our heritage under the sea
Dear Editor, As we thank God that Hurricane Matthew has not caused any major loss of life as far as we know, we are now faced with the slow restoration of normal services, and the major costs and inconveniences. Some of us still like to cele...
Christie proactive leadership in crisis
Dear Editor, Thanks for this opportunity to shine a light. There are times when partisan politics overshadow what good is being done. We look at the players, and because we don’t wear their colors, we dismiss if the work that is being done is for...
Political choices: The DNA
Dear Editor, The Democratic National Alliance (DNA) just concluded a hugely successful and well-attended convention. Most of the featured speakers, especially the newly reelected leader, Branville McCartney, the newly reelected deputy leader, and, o...
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