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 »

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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 »

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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 »


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 »


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: 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 »


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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 »

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A State Of Lawlessness & A Culture Of Disobedience

BY ROGAN SMITH We truly are a slack nation. There’s really no other way to put it. Drive around the... read more »


OPINION – We have a long road ahead of us

After Hurricane Dorian, the strongest Atlantic hurricane to ever make landfall, we are challenged by the daunting task of recovery... read more »

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PM Can’t Be All Talk Following UN Speech

BY ROGAN SMITH In life, it’s not enough to just say the right thing. You must also do the right... read more »

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Time To Strike Oil . . . Off Our List

By Rogan Smith If we’ve never listened to environmentalists before, I think we need to listen to them now because,... read more »

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A State Of Emergency: Ignore At Your Own Risk

By Rogan Smith I don’t know about you, but I love horror movies. Absolutely love ‘em. The thing about horror... read more »

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Don’t Discriminate Against Haitians

Activist Dispels Rumours Haitians Being Arrested BY ROGAN SMITH Haitians from Marsh Harbour, Abaco and Grand Bahama are now faced... 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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DEVASTATED: We Have Been Through Hell

BY ROGAN SMITH To say Bahamians have experienced absolute hell these past few days would be the understatement of the... read more »


OPINION – Bastian: Time country looks at expanding the eligibility for accelerated permanent residency to incentivize more substantive investments

NASSAU, BAHAMAS — On April 18th, 2011, then Prime Minister, the Rt. Hon. Hubert Ingraham tabled ‘The National Investment Policy’... read more »


Bahamas National Trust Jollification 2019

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Doctors’ Ransom Demands Unreasonable

BY ROGAN SMITH NASSAU, BAHAMAS- The strike is over and the doctors have returned to work. Good. Now, they can... read more »

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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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Why Sugary Drink Ban Will Do Little To Curb Obesity

The decision to ban sugary drinks in our public schools is a step in the right direction, but sadly that... 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 »