BusinessOp-ed

Op-Ed: Rethinking Business Continuity Plans

Throughout this series, Compliance officer Derek Smith will address key aspects of a robust Business Continuity Plan (BCP) inclusive of... read more »

CoronavirusOp-ed

Op-Ed: Now is the time to get serious about mental health

By Dr. Michelle Bettin, Licensed Clinical Psychologist and University of the Bahamas Director, Counseling and Psychological Services Everyone is affected... read more »

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Op-Ed: Former Attorney General says it’s time to to “Be Bold Bahamas”

Dry Bones or Tools for a new world? By Allyson Maynard-Gibson During this COVID19 crisis, I am reminded of my... read more »

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A Storm on The Horizon: Economic Growth and the National Skills Gap

by Sebas Bastian If you have been paying close attention to the news over the last few months you know... read more »

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Op-Ed: Bahamas for sale to the lowest bidder

By Sam Duncombe, reEarth Cruise lines bring millions of passengers to The Bahamas every year and they have pledged to... read more »

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Op-Ed: A historic opportunity for fiscal reform

By Luis Alberto Moreno, IDB president While the protests that are still unfolding in several Latin American and Caribbean countries... read more »

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Real Estate of Mind

REAL ESTATE OF MIND: Borrowing? Go to the Principal

The warning in Shakespeare’s Hamlet “neither a borrower nor a lender be” was aimed at keeping money and friendship at... read more »

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Op-Ed: Colon Cancer Awareness – an enduring legacy of President Clinton

By Dr Harold Munnings In the year 2000, President Bill Clinton signed a proclamation that brought Colon Cancer Awareness Month... read more »

Real Estate of Mind

REAL ESTATE OF MIND: Beware the kitchen triangle

Praise the good triangle, steer clear of the bad  Common sense tells us to steer clear of the romantic triangle,... read more »

Real Estate of Mind

REAL ESTATE OF MIND: Never make an offer on a Friday

Early in my real estate career, a prominent Buyer said this is how he learned to buy real estate. His... read more »

Real Estate of Mind

REAL ESTATE OF MIND: Don’t flush away your property value

Not so fast – don’t overlook the value of  your toilet. Yeah that’s right, the toilet can have a direct... read more »

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 »

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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 »

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Eliminating Barriers

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

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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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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 »

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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 »