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Poor service diminishing the economy
Dear Editor, Have you noticed the declining and unacceptable level of service and productivity in our country at all levels and in all sectors? While I cannot support that claim empirically, anecdotal evidence abounds. Please permit me to share a fe...
Questioning Treasury’s take from web shops
Dear Editor, Reference my August letter on web shops and to The Tribune of 1st September providing additional information on web shop regulations. Thanks Mr. Minister. The regulations say that an annual license fee will be $250,000 per operation, $...
Butler-Turner still has good political currency
Dear Editor, The fallout from the letter that was supposed to have been delivered to the governor general expressing displeasure and lack of confidence in Dr. Hubert Minnis, leader of the FNM by the six FNM members of parliament, has begun i...
Christie displayed compassion for his son
Dear Editor, Last Sunday I attended the induction service of the Bishop Theophilus Rolle at Wesley Methodist Church, Malcolm Road. The service was loaded with tributes and congratulations and was attended by a cross section of the cloth, foreign and...
Never be quick to judge
Dear Editor, The women’s branch of the Progressive Liberal Party wishes to lend its voice to recent events of human interest, criminal conduct, our apparent inhumanity and the collective response to these issues of national import. We refer to th...
Zika and being sexually responsible
Dear Editor, As most of your readers are aware, Zika virus infection can result in abnormal brain and skull development in the developing fetus of women infected early in pregnancy. The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) states that in up to 80 perce...
The eyes are useless when the mind is blind
Dear Editor, Bahamians are treated with disdain and disrespect by their leaders; disdain and disrespect veiled with contempt. Democracy is paid lip service, for surely there is a wanton display of power-filled entitlement rather than a respect for p...
Dear Editor, Sir Lynden Pindling was not fond of losing at anything, much less internal party elections. On those rare occasions when he was privately forced to stare defeat in the face the big man would absorb the winning argument and while never ...
Dear Editor, It is often said that a promise is a comfort to a fool. In no way do I think our political leaders are fools, but it is no secret that the Leader of the PLP has promised to support so many of his colleagues in their quests to r...
Poor get rich, rich get richer
Dear Editor, This is good for The Bahamas that the poor get rich and the rich get richer. This is what is being received by the poor, the underprivileged or the sufferers. To provide the inner-city residents or the Over-the-Hill communities...
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