Opinion

Crying wolf over BEC blackouts

Dear Editor,

BEC Executive Chairman Leslie Miller says there may finally be an end to the blackouts that have plagued all areas of New Providence for weeks now.

According to Miller, a damaged generato ...

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Scapegoating women

Dear Editor,

It is interesting that the authorities have sought to argue that women are the weaker link. They do not deserve the equal right to pass on their citizenship to their husbands and their ch ...

Stand Firm

The following is a speech that I presented at the Teachers' Orientation at The Beacon School this past Monday, August 25, on their theme for the 2014-2015 school year, "Stand Firm,"  based on the s ...

To Cook Or To Teach?

I'm currently in Charleston South Carolina. I'm here for a couple of reasons. The most important is the food. This place is incredible, with so many amazing restaurants to choose from. It's amazin ...

A Woman’s Worth

 I just thought this week I would encourage you my fellow sisters as you go through this walk of life.

You know, being a woman is not easy by any means. We have so many roles to fill and our live ...

Watermelon A-Z

Watermelon is summer’s quintessential food.  Every person can remember spending summer days eating watermelon, spitting the seeds, juice running down your face.  I love watermelon and ...

A misleading title

Dear Editor,

The title given by your department to my letter to the editor that featured in Saturday’s Guardian was most unfortunate and misleading.

I never stated anywhere in my letter that the ...

Leaving the nest

“Your children are not your children.

They are the sons and daughters of Life’s longing for itself.

They come through you but not from you,

And though they are with you yet they belong not ...

Black is the new green

Our disconnect

Who could have imagined the U.S. making a tremendous move into the African continent, expanding its economic reach?

Often when we conceptualize any U.S. moves in the African region, we ...

This week in The Bahamas

The headlines were dominated by the lively, provocative and sometimes confrontational Parliamentary debate of conscience on and second reading of the 4 Constitutional Bills and passage of the Value Ad ...

What will Rollins do?

Dear Editor,

So it seems the current MP for Fort Charlotte is a wanted commodity for every party in The Bahamas, excepting his own current Progressive Liberal Party (PLP).

The writing is on the wall a ...

Trendy Food Shortages?

Someone mentioned to me that they saw a list of ‘trendy food shortages” for the coming year.  I was a little mystified at what makes something that sounds so serious and a “food ...

The number 8

Are you currently in a financial bind? Did an unexpected bill pop up that you were certainly not prepared for? What about those funds you were patiently waiting for to meet the needs of your regular A ...

Vacation...a time to recharge

So we have officially begun our vacation time. The restaurant is closed until September 14 now and we will be doing some traveling over the next few weeks to try and recharge the batteries and get som ...

Columns

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Protecting our children in a changing world

The Ministry of Social Services and Community Development, Department of Social Services, is observing the month of April as Child Protection Month under the theme, “Protecting Our Children in a ...

Spring Break 2013: Destination GBI

The parties, the nightlife, the women and a great time are all the things and more visitors can expect on the island of Grand Bahama for Spring Break 2013.

Mega student vacation travel agent, StudentC ...

Enemies of the State

Author' s note: This article was first published on August 27, 2012. Since then, some of the objectionable actions by those who are referred to as â Enemies of the state⠝ have considera ...

Editorials

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Crying wolf over BEC blackouts

Dear Editor,

BEC Executive Chairman Leslie Miller says there may finally be an end to the blackouts that have plagued all areas of New Providence for weeks now.

According to Miller, a damaged generato ...

Scapegoating women

Dear Editor,

It is interesting that the authorities have sought to argue that women are the weaker link. They do not deserve the equal right to pass on their citizenship to their husbands and their ch ...

What the future holds for Dr. Andre Rollins

Dear Editor,

The most popular politician in The Bahamas today is estranged Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) MP Dr. Andre Rollins. If Rollins was looking to achieve his 15 seconds of fame by openly defy ...

Than that other party must be Ash and Cinder

Dear Editor,

The Headline in The Tribune on Thursday, 21st August 2014 read " PLP MELTDOWN⠝ in bright yellow" ...or was it gold?

In the mind of The Tribune's News Editor (or Managing Editor o ...

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