Letters to the Editor

Letters to the Editor: Tourism must be a ‘win-win’ for all

Dear Editor, After more than 30 years in the hospitality industry, with the last six years as a taxi driver,... read more »

THE READ

THE READ: ON DOMESTIC VIOLENCE – STOP POSTURING, START PROGRAMMING

NASSAU, BAHAMAS — The details surrounding the death of 21-year-old Heavenly Terveus read like a textbook cautionary tale of domestic... read more »

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Letters to the Editor: Bloody murder

Dear Editor, It has been exactly one month, but I can no longer stranglehold myself into a position of silence,... read more »

Op-ed

Op-Ed: Five priority policy opportunities for 2022

By the Organization for Responsible Governance (ORG) As The Bahamas ushers in 2022 amid the current social and economic crises... read more »

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Letters to the Editor: 100% learning, face-to-face

Dear Editor, As parents, students, teachers and guardians, we have been extremely anxious to have our kids back to full-time... read more »

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Letters to the Editor: Reduced banking hours a potential superspreader

Dear Editor, Commonwealth Bank has changed their banking hours to half-day, claiming it is “due to COVID-19 precautions”. This decision... read more »

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Op-ed

Op-Ed: Restoring fiscal health and investing in our future

By Senator Michael Halkitis, minister of economic affairs In 2022, the Davis administration is laser-focused on moving The Bahamas beyond... read more »

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Letters to the Editor: The irony of BCC’s pushback against marijuana

Dear Editor, The House of Rastafari (HOR) continues to agitate for licensing and authorization to cultivate, import and possess Indian... read more »

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Letters to the Editor: Hybrid learning is not good enough

Dear Editor, In regards to the schools opening at 50 percent hybrid learning — this is unacceptable. There’s absolutely no... read more »

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Letters to the Editor: How can cinema have classroom environment but schools can’t?

Dear Editor, Fusion Superplex is now offering virtual school supervision. Please explain to us how this is approved. To have... read more »

THE READ

THE READ: ALL THE WORLD’S A STAGE…IN DUBAI

NASSAU, BAHAMAS — From the size of the delegation, selection of cultural offerings, to the cost to taxpayers, the country’s... read more »

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Letters to the Editor: Education is in a crisis

Dear Editor, The mission statement of the Ministry of Education & Technical & Vocational Training is “to provide ALL persons... read more »

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Letter to Sir Sidney Poitier: To sir with love

Dear Editor, Here is an ode I wrote to the late Sir Sidney Poitier, (February 20, 1927 to January 6,... read more »

THE READ

THE READ: TO HONOR SIR SIDNEY, WITH LOVE… AND THE $10 BILL?

NASSAU, BAHAMAS — The legacy of Sir Sidney Poitier is a gift that The Bahamas shares with the world. From... read more »

Op-ed

Op-Ed: Business hot buttons in 2022

By Derek Smith Jr From the onset of the global pandemic, business communities have received shockwave after shockwave, resulting in... read more »

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Letters to the Editor: Invest in Bahamian youth

Dear Editor, In this era, young Bahamians are facing many challenges and barriers. They need to be certain the government... read more »

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Letters to the Editor: Social media victimization is dangerous

Dear Editor, Despite our best efforts, no matter how subtle, most of the time, we judge others unconsciously or by... read more »

Op-ed

Op-Ed: Just fix the court system

By Tanya Wright The new attorney general (AG), Ryan Pinder, came out guns blazing, according to an Eyewitness News post... read more »

THE READ

THE READ: COVID-19 RINGS IN 2022; BALANCING ACT AHEAD

The country must thread the needle on COVID-19 management and economic recovery as the lives and livelihoods of Bahamians of... read more »

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Letters to the Editor: A Merry COVID Christmas

Dear Editor, As a nation, we are coming up on our second official COVID Christmas. I hope that trees are... read more »