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Editorial

 
A nationalization policy and the fate of the private health insurance industry
With the media distracted by Baha Mar, the government is quietly continuing to move forward with the implementation of National Health Insurance (NHI). Under the guise of providing universal health coverage, the government has embarked on a path to n...
 
 
The way forward for Baha Mar
Last Friday, Prime Minister Perry Christie offered the public the encouraging news that Attorney General Allyson Maynard-Gibson would be returning to Beijing over the weekend to resume talks on the future of Baha Mar. Christie said he remains hopefu...
 
 
The way forward for Baha Mar
Last Friday, Prime Minister Perry Christie offered the public the encouraging news that Attorney General Allyson Maynard-Gibson would be returning to Beijing over the weekend to resume talks on the future of Baha Mar. Christie said he remains hopefu...
 
 
Police getting it right downtown
The Royal Bahamas Police Force has upped its presence in downtown New Providence. Driving along Bay Street, young uniformed officers could be seen all along our city center. They stood guard along many of the side streets on Bay Street. Officers coul...
 
 
Police getting it right downtown
The Royal Bahamas Police Force has upped its presence in downtown New Providence. Driving along Bay Street, young uniformed officers could be seen all along our city center. They stood guard along many of the side streets on Bay Street. Officers coul...
 
 
The end of the anchor project model?
Many aspects of Sunday’s national address by Dr. Hubert Minnis fell flat. The current opposition leader continues to suffer from a reputation for vagueness and indecisiveness, due in large part to his seeming need to be all things to all people in ...
 
 
People on bail should not be granted Urban Renewal repairs contracts
Deputy Prime Minister Philip Brave Davis yesterday was in defense of the Urban Renewal Small Home Repairs Programme in the House of Assembly. The auditor general’s report, which was obtained by The Nassau Guardian in April, revealed that 11 contrac...
 
 
The ongoing fight against crime
The crime problem in The Bahamas is centered in New Providence. It has been an issue for nearly a decade. It has gotten no better. A man was shot dead on Hay Street on Monday night following a card game. The 19 year old was the 83rd person murdered ...
 
 
Rhetoric designed to harm country
Supreme Court Justice Ian Winder will decide on Wednesday whether he will grant Baha Mar’s application seeking authorization of Chapter 11 bankruptcy proceedings currently underway in Delaware. If granted, Baha Mar would receive protection from tho...
 
 
Better late than never for the Critical Care Block
A high-ranking representative of the Pan American Health Organization (PAHO) has praised the Critical Care Block (CCB) at Princess Margaret Hospital (PMH) as a state-of-the-art facility that can be placed on par with similar facilities in America. P...
 
 
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