West End is known as the “capitol” of Grand Bahama yet it is under siege by known assailants who look like any normal person you might find walking the streets.
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Minister Fred Mitchell’s ongoing display of pettiness and immaturity over the immigration controversy generated by his own rash actions, has reached the point where it threatens to damage the country’s international reputation.
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Since the general election in 2012, many people have been waiting for the much anticipated Christie renaissance. We’re all still waiting.
Veteran educator and human rights advocate hits back at minister’s suggestion that new immigration policy is comparable to US student visa scheme
Last year, I revealed to the country that in an unprecedented and historic move, the government stripped the Bahamian people’s annual fiscal budget (2014/2015) of its standard staffing and salaries documents known as the Personal Emoluments section of the budget.
I found the Royal Bahamas Police Force’s statistical presentation relative to criminal activities for 2014 to be quite interesting. And that’s putting it mildly!
Anyone considering the challenges our country faces ought to arrive at a startling acceptance of the reality that we have reached a frightening point as a young nation.
This month marks the third anniversary of the massive and dangerous gasoline leak from a fuel station on Robinson Road, yet the pleas of Marathon families for a guarantee of their safety and security have fallen on deaf ears.