IT’S been a long goodbye for Reece Chipman - but now the man who defeated former Prime Minister Perry Christie in his own seat has left the party whose red wave he rode to victory in Centreville.
The cost of Hurricane Dorian is beginning to become clearer.
IT WOULD seem some people need to be reminded that there was a hurricane that devastated our islands of Abaco and Grand Bahama a little over a month ago.
WITH much of the focus on Abaco in the aftermath of Hurricane Dorian, people in the East End of Grand Bahama are concerned.
FOR a long time, we have called in this column for action to be taken to clamp down on driving while using a phone. Well, we are delighted to see that as of Monday, this will be illegal.
A LACK of action by the government, no law on the streets, rampant theft and a future filled with nothing but uncertainty.
What makes one victim of Hurricane Dorian deserve different treatment from another?
The words were ominous: “How will we continue to exist?”
FOR those of us who did not go through the horrific experience of Hurricane Dorian, it is hard to grasp the level of trauma suffered by those who did.
THE signing of the heads of agreement for the new cruise port would have been a landmark moment for Grand Bahama regardless. In the aftermath of Hurricane Dorian, it’s more than that – it’s a lifeline.
FOR all the talk of the need for unity in the wake of Hurricane Dorian, it seems as if political sniping might be returning once more.
THE complicated relationship between The Bahamas and the Haitian migrants who come to call the country home is increasingly being laid bare by tensions after Hurricane Dorian.
IT HAS been said many times since Hurricane Dorian struck The Bahamas: We must learn from this. The signs are that the Bahamian government is doing just that.
THERE will be many who will not welcome the words of Fred Smith today. That doesn’t mean that he isn’t right.
"In times of crisis, some things happen that are inappropriate."