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The Bahamas Christian Council is out of touch
The Bahamas is a secular democracy. There is freedom of conscience guaranteed in our constitution. You can be a believer or not. The Bahamas Christian Council is a lobby group. Most Bahamians are Protestants. The Protestant pastors from this body ar...
 
 
Sending a young senator home
Heather Hunt is no longer a senator for the Free National Movement (FNM). Last week Dr. Hubert Minnis, leader of the opposition, asked her to step down. And she did. Minnis is of the view that he should rotate his senators. This is not common but th...
 
 
Punishment for jailhouse wedding does fall beyond commissioner
It seems Commissioner Ellison Greenslade was correct in suggesting that he is not solely responsible for disciplinary action against the senior officer on whose watch the infamous jailhouse wedding took place. The incident involved Kendrick Tinker, ...
 
 
Where does the buck stop?
A lack of administrative accountability seems to be plaguing Prime Minister Perry Christie’s government. Several telling examples featured in the news this week. Among these was the ongoing mystery surrounding the infamous “jail-house wedding”...
 
 
FNM should recruit Rollins
When Leader of the Opposition Dr. Hubert Minnis rose to speak yesterday in the House of Assembly he noted that Dr. Andre Rollins, the Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) MP for Fort Charlotte, sounded like a member of the Free National Movement (FNM). R...
 
 
Welcoming Baha Mar with smoke
Driving in to western New Providence yesterday you couldn’t miss the fire at the landfill. Firefighters are doing what they can but it’s been burning for days. Travelling along the airport road near Lake Cunningham you could see the trajectory o...
 
 
Establishing The Bahamas as an international track and field stop
The International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) World Relays 2014 was a success. Thousands of Bahamians went to the Thomas A. Robinson National Stadium last year for the inaugural event on the IAAF calendar. Yesterday it was announced ...
 
 
Striking is not the answer
On January 9, the Department of Statistics announced that the unemployment rate in The Bahamas went up. The national jobless rate rose from 14.3 percent in May 2014 to 15.7 percent in November 2014. The survey, which has a reference period of Octobe...
 
 
The right move on Cuba
The United States and Cuba have been enemies for five decades. The tension between the two during the Cold War took the world as close as it has ever been to nuclear war in 1962. Last month, two presidents, Barack Obama from the U.S. and Raul Castro ...
 
 
Working toward efficiencies in the justice system
Attorney General Allyson Maynard-Gibson said on Wednesday at the opening of the legal year that the Swift Justice initiative has “shown positive results”, with the number of cases disposed of in the Supreme Court almost doubling. Maynard-Gibson ...
 
 
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