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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...
Sounding the alarm
Something stinks in the Public Hospitals Authority (PHA), concludes a report by a forensic auditor. While we have in recent weeks focused on poor leadership at the political and national level, it is also important to place the spotlight on the alle...
The flight of human capital
There is an increasing sense of disillusionment among Bahamian students studying abroad and it is manifested in an unwillingness to return home, according to Alfred Sears, the former minister of education who is now chairman of the Council of The Col...
How Christie continues to prove Rollins right
Prime Minister Perry Christie seems content with eroding his already weak image in the country. Christie proved this last week with another round of near incomprehensible statements on issues that have dominated national discussion in recent weeks. ...
Problems or opportunities
In Dr. Deepak Chopra’s great book ‘The Seven Spiritual Laws of Success’, one of the laws is The Law of Least Effort. In the chapter which deals with that particular law he states as follows “I know that every problem is an opportunity in dis...
Fort Charlotte MP Dr. Andre Rollins has had a long, intoxicating run in the headlines. After repeatedly incensing his party with his highly critical statements in and outside the House of Assembly, Rollins must now decide whether he will apologize i...
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