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.
The Bahamas: Opinions
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.
I recently read an article which stated that the Prime Minister wished to ‘institutionalize culture’ which made me wary as I tried to figure out what exactly that phrase meant.
The Melia Resort on Cable Beach is absolutely right in its attempt to be rid of the automatic 15 per cent gratuity that accompanies most cheques at restaurants/hotel properties here in The Bahamas.
Our increasing dependence on China is sure to undergird their brand of economic colonialism, deepening the notion that The Bahamas is hardly independent
I know that the New Year has already passed and that I’m late in bringing my remarks to you but, that’s nothing new.
The old year has ended and a new year has started with the upsetting confusion surrounding the junkanoo parades – AGAIN!
It is with outrage that I have just seen a post indicating that the winning entry for the Miss Bahamas costume designed by Javotte Bethel for the upcoming Miss Universe Pageant on January 25 has been discarded for a carnival inspired costume!
If we look at the wide range of challenges that face this country today we can either wallow in despair or look for the silver lining – it all depends on your attitude.