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From the hip
With the political black eye he sustained over his botched handling of Hurricane Joaquin a year ago no doubt still fresh in his mind, Prime Minister Perry Christie approached the handling of Hurricane Matthew with a refreshing degree of seriousness. ...
Lotto may be in the cards
After wasting taxpayers’ time and money, the Christie administration may be setting its sights on establishing a national lottery, but the Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) would need to win the next general election for such a scheme to become a rea...
FNM moves to complete slate
The Candidates Committee of the Free National Movement (FNM) has been slowed in its work due to Hurricane Matthew, but National Review understands it intends to move forward this week to ratify more candidates. While former FNM Senator Lanisha Rolle...
Views mixed on whether to put off PLP convention
Prime Minister Perry Christie said it is not his decision whether the Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) should postpone its convention, scheduled for next month. “I’ll leave that up to the committee,” Christie told National Review when asked whe...
Without risks there’s no reward
Boy oh boy, never a truer word was spoken by someone whom I recently heard on T.V. who uttered the phrase which is the title of this particular article ‘Without Risks There’s No Reward’. Now the important question here today is this. Do you r...
Hot mess
The catastrophic failure of the power grid in New Providence is not simply explained. On the one hand, the much discussed problems of maintenance and repair loom large in the wake of Hurricane Matthew. On the other hand, the decisions about overtim...
Misguided priorities
As Hurricane Matthew pummeled New Providence on October 6, several forecasters had to be evacuated via two airport fire trucks as the Forecast Office at Lynden Pindling International Airport (LPIA) was unable to withstand the category four storm. Th...
The good in us
On Saturday morning, as many New Providence residents frustrated by the nightmarish wait for power to be restored to their homes and businesses took to Facebook to offload on Bahamas Power and Light (BPL), various community organizations were busy ad...
Minnis’ ineptitude shines forth in storm’s wake
On the Saturday after the all clear was given, Opposition Leader Dr. Hubert Minnis joined Prime Minister Perry Christie on a tour of Lowe Sound, North Andros, and West End, Grand Bahama — the areas most impacted by Hurricane Matthew. It was a good...
So near and yet so far
My Friend, have you set some goals for yourself which you’ve almost achieved, and yet a series of road blocks, so to speak, keep popping up as you endeavor to finally reach your goal? Now I’m quite sure, that the answer to that question will ind...
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