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Police have problems with their employer too
Dear Speaker, The Police Staff Association has noted, and wishes to commend and congratulate the minister of labor and the government for their stance in protecting the rights of employees. The association is in agreement with the minister "that se...
Only a boy, pt. 2
Dear Editor, “Righteousness exalteth a nation, but sin is a reproach to any people.” In my last letter I wrote about the biblical story of David, recorded in 1 Samuel 16. In the many responses, someone said that if Mr. McCartney is not successf...
If Butler-Turner wants a PLP defeat, then she should not run as an independent
Dear Editor, Loretta Butler-Turner may have had FNM Leader Dr. Hubert Minnis in her crosshairs when she told Parliament that the salaries of MPs who are consistently absent should be cut. I say that because fellow Rebel Seven MP Dr. Andre Rollins ra...
We March should get serious
Dear Editor, In order to express their displeasure at the persistent problems caused by the fire at the dump, the We March group is planning another protest march in April 2017. To what end, I ask? Multiple groups and individual Bahamians ha...
Serve with honor, remember with pride
Dear Editor, In recent weeks I read an article in the local press in which a report attributed to the IDB has compared the manpower resources of the Royal Bahamas Police Force with those of Trinidad and Tobago, Barbados and Jamaica. The repo...
Only a boy
Dear Editor, One of the classic children’s songs of all times is “Only a boy named David”. The story of David’s selection to be king of Israel is recorded in 1 Samuel 16:1-13. The story, in brief, is that the prophet Samuel intended to selec...
Great expectations and Baha Mar
Dear Editor, Since the work on Baha Mar has begun and 600 persons have been hired so far, is it safe to say that the sale of Baha Mar has been completed? Are we going to have to wait until April 21 like attorney Wayne Munroe is saying? He says that ...
Road Traffic Dept. – a job well done
Dear Editor, I am now convinced that because most Bahamians tend to be too late when it comes to renewing drivers licenses, voters cards and passports, that you all get frustrated and start carrying on bad because the lines are too long or, as some ...
Landfill an explosion waiting to happen
Dear Editor, Why does the dump burn? Is it old cars or just rubbish going up in smoke? A study needs to be done on Methane gas and how it is produced. It is the accumulation of Methane that has to be addressed. Most landfills have an extraction pr...
New Lexus for the prime minister
Dear Editor, Any emperor worth his salt is worthy of a new chariot every now and then. But when his kingdom is broke, even the mightiest emperor must lead by example and publicly demonstrate that austerity starts at home. Our prime minister never g...
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