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A blind eye

Although Prime Minister Perry Christie and Deputy Prime Minister Philip Brave Davis have seemingly turned a blind eye to Leslie Miller’s family-owned business paying $100,000 in cash on an outst ...

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The aragonite hysteria

President of Sandy Cay Development Co. Limited Tony Myers told National Review that claims the company is making substantial sums of money from its aragonite operation at Ocean Cay are not true.

The B ...

A call for disclosure

There is something unsettling about the revelation that the government intends to build a new $20 million building on John F. Kennedy Drive in New Providence to house the Ministry of National Security ...

A nation in crisis

Back in January — before the Ishmael Lightbourne tax dodging scandal made him a less accessible prime minister — we asked Perry Christie whether he regretted allowing the Progressive Liber ...

Behind closed doors

The regulation and taxation of the web shop sector is long overdue.

It is unfortunate the Ingraham administration bowed to the church and pulled back from its plan to do so in 2010.

Successive governm ...

The right to know

The national debate that is now reverberating in the wake of revelations about the government’s chief tax messenger is good for the country.

Those revelations have forced serious and valuable di ...

On Shaky Ground!

The revelation by The Nassau Guardian last week that the government’s chief advocate for value-added tax, Ishmael Lightbourne, has been dodging property taxes for at least a decade has been a ma ...

Debating succession

When he sat down for an interview with National Review last month, Prime Minister Perry Christie set the stage for renewed political debate that continues to rage to this day.

Christie did so through ...


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Technical school planned of Abaco

Member of Parliament for North Abaco Renardo Curry revealed plans for a proposed technical school that will give residents of that island an alternative means of education.

A team from The Freeport Ne ...


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BIBT graduates encouraged to seek advancement

The Bahamas Institute of Business and Technology (BIBT), formerly Success Training College, celebrated the graduation of its 52-member 2014 class during a commencement ceremony in the Grand Lucayan Ba ...

Maritime profession placed in spotlight

Over 40 dedicated prospects in the maritime profession have been awarded for three weeks of dedication at the 8th annual Campbell;s Shipping and LJM Maritime Academy Maritime Summer Camp.

The initiati ...

Two Grand Bahamians honored with Icon Awards

Two Grand Bahama residents were conferred with 'icon'  status after winning in their respective categories at the Second Annual Bahamian Icon Awards last weekend.

Teacher, Counselor and Founding Pres ...


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Govt 'none the wiser' on spying says Mitchell

Minister of Immigration and Foreign Affairs Fred Mitchell updated the country on the United States National Security Agency (NSA) recordings of cellular phone conversations Wednesday in the House of A ...

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