Tributes to Charles Maynard, who died earlier this week of a massive heart attack, continue to pour in from all corners of Bahamian society and all Islands of the Bahamas.
It should not be lost on Bahamian women that two economic questions, one on legalizing the numbers trade and another on oil drilling were discussed during the election, while their constitutional equality has not been so prioritized.
Free National Movement chairman Charles Maynard died early this morning in Abaco. He was 42.
The Turks & Caicos Islands have passed an election and campaign reform law that will help make the political process more transparent, something The Bahamas sorely needs.
Like a confident gambler in a poker game, the FNM has gone all-in in the Abacos. Will the Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) call the bet or will they fold?
Why, in our fortieth year of independence and the 50th anniversary of the Bahamas Women’s Suffrage movement, are women in the Bahamas still fighting for equal rights?
I was surprised to hear and see media reports on Wednesday evening and Thursday morning of coverage of Prime Minister Christie’s remarks to senior public officers.
Democratic National Alliance (DNA) Leader Branville McCartney said he has no intentions of returning to the FNM, from which he resigned in March 2011.
The FNM accused Minister of Agriculture, Fisheries and Local Government V. Alfred Gray of victimizing non-PLP contractors in his constituency but Gray claims there are no legitimate contracts in place.