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Editorial

 
The failure of the state and the illegal immigration issue
Foreign Affairs and Immigration Minister Fred Mitchell held a news conference on Sunday. He was responding to the comments of a man of Haitian ancestry that were aired on ZNS. The man made threats against Bahamians in an interview during a demolition...
 
 
The imperial governor general
A core difference between modern democratic governance and the various forms of authoritarian rule concerns the way leadership is viewed. In a dictatorship, monarchy or empire, leaders tend to be individuals vested with special importance whose acti...
 
 
The right strategy before the problem
During a recent tour, Baha Mar said its multibillion-dollar resort at Cable Beach is 85 percent complete, with the remaining work picking up pace. “We are going to be working towards previews for December,” said Baha Mar Senior Vice President of...
 
 
Answering questions of public interest
Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) Chairman Bradley Roberts has called on Free National Movement (FNM) Leader Dr. Hubert Minnis to provide answers about the alleged abuses at the Public Hospitals Authority (PHA) when he served as minister of health. Ro...
 
 
Supporting reputable charities
The Bahamas AIDS Foundation is hosting the 21st annual Red Ribbon Ball on Saturday, November 22 in the Grand Ballroom of the Atlantis resort. President of The Bahamas AIDS Foundation Camille Lady Barnett said on Tuesday that it raised $80,000 last y...
 
 
The termination of Renward Wells
Bamboo Town MP Renward Wells was terminated last night from his post as parliamentary secretary in the Ministry of Works and Urban Development. The move was announced in a simple sentence from Bahamas Information Services. “The Cabinet Office advi...
 
 
The importance of winning your seat
The deputy leader of the Free National Movement (FNM), Loretta Butler-Turner, is challenging the party’s leader, Dr. Hubert Minnis, for the top job in the opposition. The FNM’s convention is scheduled for November 21. The FNM was badly beaten in...
 
 
Punishing human smugglers
The Bahamas is a smuggling route. It has been that for centuries. We live at the doorstep of the wealthiest country in the world, under which is a relatively poor region. Just under us is the poorest country in the Western Hemisphere (Haiti). We smug...
 
 
A tale of two audits
This week saw revelations of serious and costly irregularities at two government-run entities. On Monday, The Nassau Guardian disclosed the contents of a forensic audit into pharmaceutical supplies at the Public Hospitals Authority (PHA), which reve...
 
 
The FNM and its choice of a leader
Earlier this year the Free National Movement (FNM) agreed to have a convention at the beginning of 2015. There were FNMs who wanted the race sooner. But the camp of Dr. Hubert Minnis, the party’s leader, was able to delay the vote. Things have chan...
 
 
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