The Bahamas: Opinions

5 years ago

Young Man’s View: All For One… One For All?

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Young Man’s View: All For One… One For All?

Things are heating up in the Free National Movement and soon members and party officers will feel the fire burning as the internal races and rhetoric, preceding the convention, intensifies before they select an executive team that’s likely to lead the party into the next general election.

5 years ago

Sun, Sand & Sea Is Stale

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Sun, Sand & Sea Is Stale

I refer to the Business Section of the Nassau Guardian’s October 3rd edition in which the headline “Forget beaches, says Vasser: Market your food” was a welcomed read.

5 years ago

Increased Poverty Destroying Families

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Increased Poverty Destroying Families

Members of “Citizens For Justice” were disappointed but not shocked at the recent revelations of the poverty survey. In two years the number of Bahamians living below the poverty level has increased by three percentage points from 9.2% to 12.5%.

5 years ago

Confusion Reigns 2

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Confusion Reigns 2

In the Nassau Guardian newspaper edition of October 1st there is a statement in the Business Section by Minister Khaalis Rolle stating “BAIC must invest in ‘business side’ of Junkanoo” – well blow me down!

5 years ago

Young Man’s View: The Great Political Divide

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Young Man’s View: The Great Political Divide

The public spat between Free National Movement leader Dr Hubert Minnis and deputy leader Loretta Butler-Turner is a tell-tale sign of the deep-seated animosity between these individuals and serves as a preview of the impending battle royale set to take place at the next FNM convention, which has been forecasted for February 2015.

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