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Johnson wants Christie gone
While Prime Minister Perry Christie continues to exist in a fictional universe, there are increasing signs that the ice is thinning beneath him. If Christie does not start to transition off the scene, he could face an embarrassing revolt among some ...
 
 
PM’s delusion deepens
Perry Christie has become an irritant to many Bahamians, including many in his own party, but insists that he will lead the Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) into another term, and in the process seek to drag the country further into despair. Under Ch...
 
 
Damning prospects
Deeply fractured and embittered by many months of intense animosity, the Free National Movement (FNM) will enter its convention this week to decide who will lead the party into the next general election. While national focus will be placed on events...
 
 
More biohazardous waste sent to landfill
In the three weeks since we reported that biohazardous waste was arriving at the New Providence Landfill before being incinerated, at least two more shipments have arrived, Renew Bahamas Chief Executive Officer Michael Cox confirmed to National Revie...
 
 
‘Church doesn’t hold moral authority that it once did’
Forty-two percent of people surveyed said it was a good thing for some pastors to campaign heavily for a “no” vote in the June 7 constitutional referendum, compared to 20.4 percent who said this was a bad thing. The results are a part of a recen...
 
 
Breaking the ice
I remember well when I first started selling. I was about sixteen at the time and was home from boarding school in Ireland for the summer vacation. I asked my Father who had a factory in Dublin which manufactured jewelry, if I could spend time sell...
 
 
The great divide
Despite the fact that Dr. Hubert Minnis was the wealthiest person elected to Parliament in 2012, and despite a conflict of interest controversy that portrayed him as grabilicious, he has sought to shape a narrative that he is a champion of the poor, ...
 
 
PMH patients’ blood test results found at landfill
Imagine finding out your blood test results are in the hands of workers at the New Providence Landfill — or anyone just going through the trash — because somebody just threw them out. We were absolutely stunned to see test results from the Hemat...
 
 
Bark and bite
After House Speaker Dr. Kendal Major kicked him out of Parliament on Thursday evening for being “rude, threatening and obstinate”, outspoken Fort Charlotte MP Dr. Andre Rollins accused Major of “singing for his supper”, saying certain members...
 
 
A thirst for change
As the first female speaker of the House Assembly in The Bahamas, Rome Italia Johnson is hard to miss. There seemed to be special attention paid when she walked to the mic at BCPOU Hall on Farrington Road on Thursday night and declared that the gove...
 
 
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