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Letters To The Editor: Work slows, no clear plan for temp. hurricane debris sites in Abaco

Dear Editor, Since the passage of Hurricane Dorian, the residents of Abaco have been living life in slow motion. Even... read more »

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Letters to the Editor: No oil drilling with out-of-date EIA

Dear Editor, Bahamas Petroleum Company is getting ready to launch into the dangerous process of drilling for oil in our... read more »

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Letters to the Editor: Five reasons why the PLP will win

Dear Editor, As National Director of the Public Policy Institute (PPI) and Common Cause, it is now almost inevitable that... read more »

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Letters to the Editor: An answer to a call for nursing leaders

Dear Editor, I would like to respond to the call of ‘A concerned nurse’. I heard her call and it... read more »

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Letters to the Editor: Where are the nurse leaders

Dear Editor, We, Nurses are often referred to as the “backbone” of the healthcare system and the front liners and... read more »

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Letters to the Editor: To bury, or not to bury the dead

Dear Editor, In spite of the many challenges, financially and otherwise facing our government, it should not become unaware or... read more »

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Letters to the Editor: A young Bahamian response to COVID-19 

Dear Editor, The year 2020 will forever be etched into the minds of both the young and the old. Countries... read more »

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Letters to the Editor: Political Debates for the 2022 General Election

Dear Editor, I think we should have political debates leading up to the 2022 general election.  Now I know that... read more »

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Letters to the editor: Rat in the wheel house

Commander! There’s a rat in the wheel house. You know, it’s never a good thing or a good feeling I... read more »

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Letters to the Editor: Oh! What a Meritorious Mess

Dear Editor, Incredulous! That is the only way that I can describe the absolute distasteful handing over ceremony at HMBS... read more »

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Letters to the Editor: Another way to identify bodies in Abaco

Dear Editor, I am writing to you to share some information with my family and friends on the island of... read more »

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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 »

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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 »

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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 »

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Sears on evacuation practices

Dear Prime Minister, I spent 6 hour yesterday at Jet Aviation trying desperately and unsuccessfully to evacuate my family members... read more »

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LETTER TO THE EDITOR

Dear editor, Fred Mitchell is upset at the Deputy Prime Minister for denouncing a calculated smear attack on his own... read more »

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The Champ sends his regards

Dear Editor, I’ve been advised that in order to be considered credible, people that write, speak or make public announcements... read more »

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‘Issa Hot Girl Summer’

How relationships have evolved over two generations BY MARECHAN BURROWS NASSAU, BAHAMAS — Megan Thee Stallion cemented her name in... read more »

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The Compass Point businessman is a bully and Disney isn’t?

By Sam Duncombe Thirty years of advocating for this country’s long-term welfare has taught me one abiding, unalterable truth: Bahamian... read more »

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Modern economies are complex and interdependent systems whose components should work together to create value

Technological advancement, taxation, consumption, and productivity, for example, are all forces that work together to power the economic machinery. Each... read more »