Letters to the Editor

Letters to the Editor: The crisis of the Bahamian economy

Dear Editor, In his 2020/2021 budget communication, the prime minister outlined in the approved budget section that the current GDP... read more »

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Letter to the PM: Cruise ship incursions into our Family Island communities

Dear Prime Minister Minnis, There has perhaps never been a time when good faith communication between government and its constituents... read more »

Op-ed

Op-Ed: The Bahamas government can and should put a stop to offshore drilling

By Steve Mashuda For the past year, people in communities from The Bahamas to the US Eastern seaboard have been... read more »

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Letters to the Editor: Spending a dime to make a dollar

Dear Editor, I am baffled at how the government constantly finds it necessary to try and reinvent the wheel, when... read more »

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Letters to the Editor: Concerned about criminal activity near Downtown Nassau

Dear Editor, We, the concerned, are frustrated and irate neighbors of Augusta Street North, Cunningham Lane, Nassau Street North, Virginia... read more »

Op-ed

Op-Ed: Teachable moment — Colonial Pipeline back

By Derek Smith Jr The technology landscape has changed dramatically in the last year, making it a constantly shifting and... read more »

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Op-Ed: A new breed of disasters; I am tired of being “resilient”

By Barrise N Griffin The Bahamas is in a dangerously uncertain position. Hurricane Dorian caused immense damage to the physical... read more »

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Letters to the Editor: May we never forget; 41 cents’ worth of sacrifice

Dear Editor, On the 41st anniversary of the tragic HMBS Flamingo incident, I wish to once again suggest, for the... read more »

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Letters to the Editor: Where are the vaccines?

Dear Editor, The irony is that the minister of health and real healthcare experts have been saying for a long... read more »

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Letters to the Editor: A man for all seasons

Dear Editor, Many Bahamians often wonder about my politics. Some say that I am an FNM while others say that... read more »

Op-ed

Op-Ed: Legal and compliance in the insurance industry — stakeholders of stability

By Derek Smith Jr During a recent conversation concerning the complexity of the growing regulatory environment, one position held firm... read more »

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Letters to the Editor: Occupy Crown land

Dear Editor, Thank you for allowing me to express myself in your esteemed publication. I am the developer behind Paradise... read more »

Op-ed

Op-Ed: Commitment to people-centered justice

By Allyson Maynard-Gibson, QC “It is time for a commitment to justice in its broadest sense — as a system... read more »

Op-ed

Op-Ed: Test your internal controls

By Derek Smith Jr The independence of mind and independence of appearance is what gives assurance services their value and... read more »

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Letters to the Editor: A dear friend of The Bahamas dies

Dear Editor, On April 6, 2021, I lost a very dear friend and mentor. He was a giant of a... read more »

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Letters to the Editor: Remembering Sir Basil Albury

Dear Editor, I was very sad to hear the news of Basil Albury’s transition. I first met him during my... read more »

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Letters to the Editor: Thank God!

Dear Editor, The Lord God Jesus Christ acts in some very mysterious ways when he gets ready. This was a... read more »

Op-ed

Op-Ed: What to know about internal auditing

By Anishka Collie An Internal Audit Department (IAD) can be established to examine and evaluate, in an independent manner, your... read more »

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Letter to the PM: Protect our ocean heritage

Dear Mr Prime Minister, the Most Honorable Dr Hubert A Minnis, I listened with bated breath recently while you were... read more »

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Letters to the Editor: Theatrics and consequences

Dear Editor, Traditionally in Bahamian politics confrontation, demonstrations and protests have been employed to garner public sympathy and support for... read more »