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Gray in conflict
When he spoke to us a day after speaking to Mayaguana Administrator Zephaniah Newbold about a judicial matter in his constituency, MICAL MP V. Alfred Gray said he could not remember whether he had called the administrator or whether the administrator...
 
 
‘I would have been fired’
Marathon MP Jerome Fitzgerald told National Review he read a report last year that pointed to risks to public health in his constituency from a Rubis fuel leak, but kept silent on the contents of the report because the report had been brought before ...
 
 
FNM raised Rubis alarm in Parliament
Marathon MP Jerome Fitzgerald does not have a record of sounding the alarm on the Marathon fuel spill in Parliament, but the record reflects the Official Opposition raised the issue more than once. In the Senate on March 26, 2015, the attorney gener...
 
 
Showdown looms
Amid a firestorm over her decision to sit for more than a year on a damning report that warned of possible health risks to residents of Marathon and people who work and visit the area where a fuel leak occurred two years ago, Attorney General and Min...
 
 
Our police deserve better
Though unrelated to the issue involving the withheld report into an oil spill at the Rubis gas station on Robinson Road, we could not help but recognize the similarity with another matter involving possible health risks to police officers. As we rep...
 
 
Give yourself a treat
I’m sure that many of my readers who are Parents have a policy in place within the family, where when a child does well in school, passes his or her exams, the Parent gives the child some sort of reward. This is indeed a great idea as it makes the ...
 
 
On the attack
Auditor General Terrance Bastian has one simple statement in response to the barrage of attacks fired his way after The Nassau Guardian revealed details of his report into the Urban Renewal Programme last week. “I have never had the opportunity to...
 
 
Dropping the ball
More than a year after receiving a report from independent consultants that concluded that residents who live near the Rubis gas station on Robinson Road and people who work in adjacent buildings were exposed to chemicals that could create health ris...
 
 
Worrying signals
There are some worrying signals coming from Baha Mar, and we should all take note. As the country waits for the mega Cable Beach development to open its doors, a harsh tone has emerged from a clearly frustrated Baha Mar CEO Sarkis Izmirlian. It has...
 
 
Foot in mouth
There is no end to the eyebrow-raising, confusing comments we often get from our deputy prime minister, Philip Brave Davis. The list is long. Davis previously called into question the integrity of the fine professionals of the Department of Statist...
 
 
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