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Paradise: Paralyzed by fear
Dear Editor, The Democratic National Alliance is saddened by the gruesome attack in which the party’s Nassau Village chairperson, Wendy McIntosh, was shot multiple times. It is deeply disturbing that at a time when many of us in the count...
Baptism by Matthew
Dear Editor, Many Bahamians are able to say, and have said so, what they like and do not like about Leslie Miller (PLP-Tall Pines), but he, God bless his soul, calls it like he sees it. He has served the people of this wonderful nation at al...
Invisibility after Matthew
Dear Editor, The invisible BEC people are hiding behind every corner and around every house. According to the folks at BPL/BEC, they have been out working on the lightless communities around the island. Never mind that we do not see them, n...
Community spirit after the storm
Dear Editor, I do not have electricity, Internet, telephone, cable, and have minimal water, but what I do have are fabulous neighbors and community members. All of us were impacted by the recent hurricane, some more than others. I am gratefu...
Adding more tax burden to Bahamians
Dear Editor, The national debt is teetering around $7 billion. Most Bahamians are aware that $2 billion of that amount was borrowed and squandered during the past four years by this present government. I say squandered because no matter how ...
Govt must do its part too
Dear Editor, Following the disastrous aftermath of the monster Hurricane Matthew and the need for hundreds of millions of dollars “to fix the country”, it is unbelievable to hear talk about the possibility of a “hurricane tax” to be ...
Can we please have the old BEC back?
Dear Editor, I thought that with the arrival of Bahamas Power and Light (BPL) we were supposed to have improved service at a lower price, delivered through a modern system. After all, they are a big American company and are supposed to...
DNA says no to hurricane tax
Dear Editor, Hurricane Matthew has cost already struggling Bahamian families nearly everything. In the days following the passage of the monster storm, hundreds have struggled to meet even their most basic needs: food, clothing, shelter. Now...
Irresponsibility on social media
Dear Editor, I refer to The Tribune editorial dated October 13, 2016 on the misinformation churned out daily by social media, which appears to result in public alarm and panic. Social media information was that there was a shortage of petrol and ci...
The art of leadership
Dear Editor, It is a given that leadership is difficult to define or even to explain from a rational basis. It is, however, by the same token, elusive and handed to or grabbed by a handful of individuals who are able to attract, motivate and lead th...
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