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Passing the baton
Prime Minister Perry Christie is keeping the door open on a possible bid for re-election in 2017. In opposition, Christie told The Nassau Guardian that if re-elected in 2012, he would step down at the mid-term. But on the campaign trail ahead of th...
 
 
Dark cloud over COB leadership search
The Cabinet of The Bahamas has a significant decision to make regarding future leadership of The College of The Bahamas, which intends to become a university in 2015. In deciding whether to accept a recommendation to reappoint former embattled COB P...
 
 
Positive trajectory
After a series of blunders and distractions that have fueled months of bad press, Prime Minister Perry Christie and his administration got a bit of much-needed good news on Friday. Although the double-digit unemployment rate is still too high and mo...
 
 
Pain must be dealt with
Actually, although it wasn’t planned this way as I came up with the title of today’s article a while ago; however as I write this particular article, I’m experiencing quite a lot of pain in my shoulder area, and do indeed have an appointment la...
 
 
A blind eye
Although Prime Minister Perry Christie and Deputy Prime Minister Philip Brave Davis have seemingly turned a blind eye to Leslie Miller’s family-owned business paying $100,000 in cash on an outstanding Bahamas Electricity Corporation (BEC) bill reve...
 
 
A new role
Last week was a special time for our nation. Although the 41st anniversary of independence was understandably not accompanied with the same efforts associated with a grander 40th birthday affair, we still enjoyed the celebration of all things Bahami...
 
 
Elusive goal?
One year after the much-heralded ceremony that marked the delivery of the Constitutional Commission’s report to Prime Minister Perry Christie, we are left to wonder whether the commission’s work amounted purely to an academic exercise. There has...
 
 
You doubt it, you kill it!
One of the primary things which a person needs to have going for them if they wish to succeed is confidence. That’s right, once you set up your goals for all areas of your life together with specific plans to achieve them in a given time frame; wel...
 
 
Reputation matters
The United States Embassy in Nassau received complaints from U.S. companies alleging lack of transparency and undue government interference with bidding and procurement processes with respect to a contract for the provision of equipment for Princess ...
 
 
When the shoe is on the other foot
Prime Minister Perry Christie’s reaction to a U.S. State Department report highlighting his adminstration’s failure to fulfill many of its “ambitious campaign promises of economic and fiscal reform” has an interesting parallel to the reaction...
 
 
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