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Political culture

Observers of the Parliamentary Channel and readers of the nationâ s daily, weekly and periodical newspapers are aware of the contentious nature of our current political culture.

The House of As ...

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The trial of Luther

Dear Editor,

On April 19, 1521, Martin Luther appeared before Charles the Holy Roman Emperor, to face a heresy trial, Luther then a monk of the Augustinian order.

Four years earlier, in an act of ec ...

Ebola quiet Of concern

The Ministry of Grand Bahama has taken quite a proactive approach to the health risks and environmental concerns faced by residents of the areas surrounding the Industrial Park. There is a cancer hist ...

Uproar building within FNM

Free National Movement Chairman Darron Cash, as could be understood, has sought to put a spin of unity on the latest face-off between the leader of the party and the deputy leader.

It seems he will ha ...

Open letter to Sarah McDonald

Dear Editor,

You have at least one stellar performing employee in Martina Ferguson.

She showed such professionalism and was so kind in staying back after hours with the client Adrianne Alain (mother ...

The real beauty of cheese

Every evening when I get off work, I head home and look forward to sitting in my recliner and watching some food shows on TV. It is a ritual we do every night. Top Chef or Masterchef, Iron Chef or s ...

People doubted his youth

Dear Readers,

Almost everything in my house that breaks is ultimately repaired by my 14-year-old daughter. When something falls apart, you call her and it is fixed within minutes. I don't know the r ...

Environmental concern in GB

Recently, we published two front-page articles that informed of an encroachment of invasive species, snails, snakes etc. in Grand Bahama.

We don't wish to alarm island residents but this is a matter t ...

A liberated mind

Dear Editor,

In 1963, the U B P administration by-passed the penal code and granted a certificate of exemption to allow casino gambling in the country.

Bahamian citizens were not allowed to gamble, or ...

Accountability

I have tried to be as nonpolitical as possible in my writing. My career is largely bipartisan. I don't like to talk about politics or politicians and neither really do anything for me in both the li ...

The Profanity of Simplicity

Dear Editor,

A little letter open to " lord bull."  Let the words of my mouth be acceptable to your little heart.

How can you make that which is illegal, legal or a law? Pray a little "lord Bull"  t ...

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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Political culture

Observers of the Parliamentary Channel and readers of the nationâ s daily, weekly and periodical newspapers are aware of the contentious nature of our current political culture.

The House of As ...

Ebola quiet Of concern

The Ministry of Grand Bahama has taken quite a proactive approach to the health risks and environmental concerns faced by residents of the areas surrounding the Industrial Park. There is a cancer hist ...

Uproar building within FNM

Free National Movement Chairman Darron Cash, as could be understood, has sought to put a spin of unity on the latest face-off between the leader of the party and the deputy leader.

It seems he will ha ...

Smith goes silent on PHA debacle

As a member of parliament Frank Smith was quite vocal. Indeed, he was a loquacious member of the new breed of politicians. He is now the chairman of the Public Hospitals Authority (PHA) and controvers ...

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