Op-Ed: Renewable energy in The Bahamas

By Bryant Lowe In The Bahamas, we suffer ridiculously high electricity bills; and in most parts of The Bahamas, these... read more »


Op-Ed: Police brutality in The Bahamas

By Devonté Hanna “If one confronts the police, they need to be prepared to meet their maker.” — Police Commissioner... read more »


Op-Ed: Compliance is not checking boxes

By Derek Smith Jr I recently had the opportunity to sit and discuss the evolving roles of both the compliance... read more »


Op-Ed: Coalition of Independents’ response to the urgent crisis of evictions, housing foreclosures and homelessness

By Lincoln Bain The Coalition of Independents has taken note of the urgent social crisis that has hit critical levels... read more »


Op-Ed: Dry bones as opportunity (part II)

By Allyson Maynard-Gibson What do you see when you look at a scene that appears to be barren land/dry bones?... read more »


Op-Ed: A basic guide — the legal process to buying property

By Sam Campbell Jr Buying a property, especially if it is your first time, can sometimes be a bit nerve-wracking.... read more »


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Op-Ed: Legal opinion on the resignation of the speaker, the honorable Halson Moultrie

By Dion Smith Introduction By way of introduction and experience, my name is Dion D Smith. I am an attorney-at-law... read more »


Op-Ed: Benefits of business continuity management

By Derek Smith Jr The year 2020 certainly tested the design, implementation and execution of business continuity plans (BCP) in... read more »


Op-Ed: Bitcoin — the golden hedge

By Brian Jones An alternative portfolio hedging instrument for investment diversification and long-term value preservation. When constructing an investment portfolio,... read more »


Op-Ed: US executive orders and national responses — obstacle or missed opportunity?

By Derek Smith Jr There is no doubt over the last nine-plus months that countries, industries and individuals have been... read more »


Op-Ed: Israel supports The Bahamas to safely re-open schools

By Nadav D Goren, deputy chief of mission, Embassy of Israel, accredited to The Bahamas COVID-19 has already fundamentally changed... read more »


Op-Ed: Growth through risk management

By Derek Smith Jr Every organization, whether for-profit or nonprofit, public or private, should protect themselves by fully assessing their... read more »


Op-Ed: Justice and a culture of caring

By Allyson Maynard-Gibson, QC “In the face of the pandemic, ‘we have realized that we are in the same boat,... read more »


Op-Ed: After 2020, what do Bahamians care about most?

By Joey Gaskins Jr …and what does that mean for public and private-sector planning in 2021? For many, the start... read more »


Op-Ed: Who shall we be?

By Allyson Maynard-Gibson “In the moment of a national crisis, a moment of great danger…a people must decide: ‘Who shall... read more »


Op-Ed: What is in your risk assessment?

By Derek Smith Jr It is without question that last year (2020) drove businesses of all sizes and individuals alike... read more »


Op-Ed: Watch out for the proceeds of crime

By Derek Smith Jr As families across the world prepare to celebrate the festive season of Christmas by taking time... read more »


A Christmas Message from Bishop Laish Boyd

“Sisters & Brothers, kindly log into the Christmas Zoom Meeting. The password is COVID-19”. Yes, my friends the Coronavirus is... read more »


Op-Ed: Technology reform in The Bahamas

By Bryant Lowe “1N73LL1G3NC3 15 7H3 4B1L17Y 70 4D4P7 70 CH4NG3.” — Stephen Hawking COVID-19 has impacted the world in... read more »


Op-Ed: “Women hold up half the sky”

By Allyson Maynard-Gibson On November 25, 2020, the world celebrated “International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women”. On... read more »