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A COMIC'S VIEW: The many ups and downs of fatherhood (and why the Stealth Bomber had nothing on me)

As I sat doing a live remote from Dunkin Donuts last Friday, I got to see a young father, maybe a first timer even, have a ‘special moment’ with his child.

EDITORIAL: Action as well as words, Mr Commissioner

FAIRNESS is on the mind of Police Commissioner Anthony Ferguson.

DIANE PHILLIPS: He is not a dummy - the life and lessons of Michael Wells

In everyone’s life, there is someone who changes you. For me it was Michael Wells. Michael was born with cerebral palsy, the result of a breach birth. No one expected him to live past the age of 20. In June, I helped him celebrate his 53rd birthday.

EDITORIAL: Look in the mirror and say it isn’t so

Not long ago, questions were raised in this very column after the United States issued a travel advisory for The Bahamas, warning tourists to be on their guard as they visited our shores.

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CULTURE CLASH: They can’t get by without a bit of help from friends

Last week Friday was International Women’s Day, and several events were held in Nassau and other cities all over the world. It was interesting to see what agencies, organisations and individuals did in their acknowledgement of the internationally recognised day.

EDITORIAL: Let us pick up the baton from Queen's College

QUEEN’S College needs a round of applause.

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FACE TO FACE: In honour of women who all made their mark

Women all around the world celebrated International Women’s Day (IWD) last Friday, a global occasion recognising the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women.

EDITORIAL: A financial burden we can do without

LET ME ask you a personal question: How well do you get along with your bank?

A COMIC'S VIEW: My five tips for Bubba

It’s always great to catch up with my godson, ‘Bubba’ (that’s the nickname I gave him, the first day his parents brought him home from the hospital.)

EDITORIAL: Another heart-stopper approaches for Mrs May

Since the British people voted by a narrow margin in the 2016 referendum to leave the European Union, the protracted negotiations have produced numerous twists and turns, setbacks, deadlines and disagreements.

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DIANE PHILLIPS: Hey you, stupid, switch your phone off

Our daughter got married last Saturday. It was magical.

EDITORIAL: Video nasty for our passport office

A VIDEO by a talented Bahamian comedian circulated this week on social media.

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CULTURE CLASH: Why is it an assaulted child’s mother must share the blame for her ordeal?

International Women’s Day is on Friday, and this year’s theme is Balance for Better. The theme is broad enough to capture any number of issues, from equality in the workplace to legal reform.

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Five US concerns about crime – and how we can sort it

The US State Department issues annual advisories for countries around the world, which our local media has on their annual calendar as a headline story for years. So let’s kill the story. Not by asking them not to report on it, but by eradicating the cause.

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