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The $1.5m payout
The revelation that 15 executives of the Bahamas Telecommunications Company (BTC) were paid $1.5 million in bonuses for their “efforts in successfully concluding” the sale of 51 percent of BTC to Cable and Wireless Communications (CWC) has shed n...
Growing influence
China’s stake in the Bahamian economy is growing, and it is indeed something to watch. On Friday, China State Construction Engineering Corporation (CSCEC) signed a contract to purchase the British Colonial Hilton and the vacant property to its wes...
Slim pickings
One of the challenges of the Free National Movement (FNM) as its leadership battle approaches is that its pickings of potential leaders from the House of Assembly are incredibly slim. The party holds eight seats in the House. Three of those MPs are...
Out of the dark
Our reporting on the various audits into the affairs of the Public Hospitals Authority (PHA) appears to have sped up the PHA board’s consideration of those findings. Many who have followed this story fear that those audits may, in the end, amount ...
The joy of achievement
I can remember real well a time when I was about ten years old attending boarding school in Droitwich, Worcestershire in England. I started boxing and began to win most of my fights. As I won fight after fight, my confidence in myself began to notice...
Public money and red flags
A personal bank account was opened in the name of the Public Hospitals Authority (PHA), which PHA management said was “used to help needy employees”. External auditors, Grant Thornton, raised the alarm on this personal bank account, saying that ...
A crisis in leadership
Two and a half years after its rejection at the polls, the Free National Movement is in a difficult position. With the defeat came the abrupt departure of its leader, Hubert Ingraham, and the sudden ascension of former Minister of Health Dr. Hubert ...
Insult and injury
The letter of intent (LOI) controversy finally climaxed last week. After three months of dithering, Prime Minister Perry Christie fired Renward Wells from the post of parliamentary secretary in the Ministry of Works. It came on the same day that Ch...
A most ridiculous decision
The Office of the Governor General on Friday handed down media guidelines informing that the governor general “does not give interviews” and if members of the media want to interview anyone else at Government House, they must take them elsewhere....
Life’s a jigsaw puzzle
I’m quite sure, that just about everyone in my reading audience has at one time or another, perhaps when they were young, spent hours working on a Jigsaw Puzzle which their Parents bought them for a Christmas or Birthday present. Now the Parents s...
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