Real Estate of Mind

REAL ESTATE OF MIND: Don’t forget about closet space

One thing men and women can agree on – there’s never enough closet space. No one ever seems to have... read more »

Letters to the Editor

Letters: Hold your helium

Dear Editor, The 2020 Plastic Ban has left some consumers frustrated, making many speculative about its intentions and the associated... read more »

Real Estate of Mind

REAL ESTATE OF MIND: Transportation gets an economy in gear

Businessman, investor and real estate veteran Mario Carey shares thoughts on the economy, lifestyle, environment and The Bahamas of the... read more »

Op-ed

Op-Ed: Hurricane Dorian – A Reset (Part 4)

By Alfred M. Sears, QC As the Bahamian Government prepares for the UNDP sponsored Donor Conference in January 2020 to... read more »

Op-ed

Eliminating Barriers

In the first part of this series of opinion editorials, the emphasis on understanding, embracing, and adaptations to new technology... read more »

Op-ed

Op-Ed: Hurricane Dorian – A Reset (Part 3)

By Alfred M. Sears, QC Rethinking Building Code In the aftermath of Hurricane Dorian, it is imperative that The Bahamas... read more »

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Do you think the government should increase the minimum wage for both public and private sectors?

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Op-ed

Op-Ed: Hurricane Dorian – A Reset (Part 2)

By Alfred M. Sears, QC In Part 2, I will examine the economic and non-economic damage and loss suffered by... read more »

Op-ed

Op-Ed: Hurricane Dorian – A Reset (Part 1)

By Alfred M. Sears, QC The Bahamas, in the aftermath of Hurricane Dorian, can either reset by making radical reforms... read more »

Letters to the Editor

Letters: The path less traveled

By Tanae Adderley There is a siren call beckoning from the ocean, it is filled with the criticisms, complaints and... read more »

The National Insider

Gov’t Ready For Legal Fight, But Can It Win?

BY ROGAN SMITH The government is in for a serious legal fight with Rights Bahamas as it seeks to rid... read more »

Op-ed

Harnessing Innovation and Creativity for Change: Part 1

By Sebas Bastian When I gave my talk at the BTC InKnowVation conference, I had a clear message in mind.... read more »

The National Insider

Police Probes: Where Are The Updates & Why Taking So Long?

BY ROGAN SMITH A surefire way to get people to stop talking about police shootings, claims of brutality or anything... read more »

The National Insider

Taxi Union’s Threats Are Dangerous & Highlight Need For More Travel Options

By Rogan Smith The holiday season is upon us. You know that means. Here come the union threats. For years,... read more »

Letters to the Editor

Letter: Tellis Bethel should never have been Commodore

Dear Editor, I am not exactly sure if people still read these, but here I am writing it and I... read more »

The National Insider

Haitian diplomat’s comments completely inappropriate

BY ROGAN SMITH Haitian Chargé d’ Affaires Dorval Darlier is completely out of order. There’s no other way to put... read more »

The National Insider

Govt. right to ignore UN request

BY ROGAN SMITH The United Nations has some nerve. Last week, the Office of the UN’s High Commissioner for Human... read more »

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Op-ed

Op-Ed: Stop this suicidal oil drilling mission

By Sam Duncombe, ReEarth Bahamas Dorian feels like the greatest shock to the system that The Bahamas has ever experienced.... read more »

LocalOp-ed

Op-ed: Stewarding post-Hurricane Dorian donor and investment funding strategically

By Joey Gaskins Jr In the immediate aftermath of Hurricane Dorian, many Bahamians marveled at the sheer quantity and speed... read more »

Op-ed

Op-Ed: BPL “doing everything in our power” to restore trust

By Bahamas Power and Light Chairman Donovan Moxey This summer, customers of Bahamas Power and Light have yet again endured... read more »

The National Insider

Chipman Is Out. Going It Alone Comes With Perks And Drawbacks

BY ROGAN SMITH I don’t think anyone was shocked by Centreville MP, Reece Chipman’s resignation from the Free National Movement... read more »