THE battle with certain Canadian banks in The Bahamas that are imposing unacceptable, unfounded policies on Bahamians continues.
Ashley Brown advises young professionals on why and how soon to start investing in real estate
THE American essayist Charles Dudley Warner once said “Politics makes strange bedfellows” and, based on events this past week, we can thank our politically promiscuous lawmakers for truly bringing this quote to life.
Politicians from all parties fear the power of a Haitian-Bahamian voting block and are complicit in the illegal and unconstitutional policies regarding citizenship in the Bahamas, Fred Smith argues
Corruption is rife in the Bahamas. Today, there is a general lack of transparency, fair play and accountability in governance.
IN JUNE, a gunman walked into the historic Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in downtown Charleston, South Carolina, and shot nine people to death at a prayer meeting. The shooter said his goal was to start a race war.
I was born exactly 200 years (to the year) after the American Revolutionary War began. It was the beginning of the America we know today, and the beginning of its formalised civil liberties, creating examples for much of the rest of the world on how to protect individual rights and freedoms.
Looking for the best appraiser for a residence or commercial property? Antoine Adderley spells out what qualities clients should look for.
As we get started this week, I’m glad to see that such a broad cross section of Bahamians read and enjoy this column and (judging by the side eye I get from them in Pizza Hut’s checkout line) certain politicians not so much.
THERE have been a number of comments recently about the need for more dependence on local investment and less on foreign.
It is high time that we recognise that The Bahamas’ school system is antediluvian and in desperate need of restructuring. We must focus on entirely revamping our almost defunct educational system. Once again, after another year of national exams, it is clear that a legion of Bahamian students has yet again failed with flying colours.
WHEN young teachers tell me their complaints, I can relate to them wholeheartedly as a former teacher myself.
WHEN will our leaders recognise that their place in leadership does not mean that people should have nothing to say against them because they lead? And that, rather, it really means the opposite?
Andrew Seymour explores the reasons for migration from the east of the most populous of the Bahamas islands.
I must admit as I looked back at all that transpired politically and socially this past week I had a “deja-vu” experience.