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Progress in reducing stray animal populations
Dear Editor, I would like to comment on the noticeable difference in numbers of stray dogs and potcakes that are now on our streets. I just drove by East Bay Street at the foot of the old P.I. bridge. Ten-plus years ago, that area was abounding in p...
 
 
Taking care of your health
Dear Editor,  Watching the 7 p.m. newscast on ZNS on 07/11/2016, it mystified me to see the obesity that exists of so-called leaders in our country who want to lead us. When they themselves don’t contribute to a healthy lifestyle from their a...
 
 
A house divided
Dear Editor, It is so sad to witness the abject melt down of the once fabled Free National Movement (FNM) under the debilitating and slash-and-burn style of leadership by Dr. Hubert Minnis (FNM-Killarney). When he was first elected many persons, in...
 
 
New air service contracts
Dear Editor, I note in yesterday’s journals that Minister of Transport and Aviation Glenys Hanna-Martin announced six new air service contracts for The Bahamas. These countries are relatively wealthy nations that could potentially bring quite a nu...
 
 
FNM prospective candidate might not be helpful
Dear Editor,   The FNM under the leadership of Dr. Hubert Minnis seems to be making good progress in terms of its candidates for 2017. And, a good group of candidates being presented to the electorate for their consideration is vitally importa...
 
 
Department of investigations
Dear Editor,   It has come to my attention (although I have always suspected) that corruption permeates the governmental hierarchal structure within governments around the world. The Bahamas is no exception. I am told that embezzlement, bribes...
 
 
The Minnis modus operandi
Dear Editor, Over the last many months on the political front we have seen the systematic dismantling of a once vibrant and alternative party that even became the government. But recently the party has become a shell of itself, because the insecurit...
 
 
The peril of artificially high per capita income
Dear Editor, “Cast thy bread upon the waters, and you will find it after many days.” This biblical proverb came to the mind of this writer upon reading Arinthia S. Komolafe’s brilliant contribution, “Unravelling the Mystery of CCRIF” (pub...
 
 
The return of Tiger
Dear Editor,   History could be written in The Bahamas this weekend as Eldrick Tiger Woods resumes his playing career at the Hero World Challenge hosted by the Albany resort. He could not have chosen a better place, and the sporting world is b...
 
 
The workload of a member of Parliament
Dear Editor, During this term I wrote an open letter to Perry G. Christie, prime minister of The Bahamas, addressing the inadequate salaries of our members of Parliament and sent a copy of it to you and other reputable newspapers in The Bahamas. I w...
 
 
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