IT is hard to imagine how much worse the government could have treated Douglas Ngumi.
GOSSIP got out of hand, it seems, at SC McPherson last week.
The swimming pigs have become globally recognised as a part of the Bahamian tourism market.
THE fiery response from the Chinese Embassy to the White House Press Secretary’s statement that President Trump “looks forward to working” with The Bahamas and other Caribbean countries to “counter China’s predatory economic practices”, should at last open the eyes of the American government to what we have been predicting for some time in this column - China is flexing its muscles in the Caribbean basin - America’s security moat, both on the Atlantic and Pacific side.
WHEN our children walk out of our doors to go to school on a morning, we want their bags to be packed with the things they need for school.
Things could have been so much worse.
IT was the words – as well as the art – of Keith Thompson that caught the attention yesterday.
IT’S hard to disagree with Rohan Kerr.
ALL the water at the Water & Sewerage Corporation must be boiling over considering how heated things are getting over there.
PROPOSALS to make changes to citizenship and immigration laws in The Bahamas have already caused some concern – not least among those who are directly affected by the changes to come.
Just when we thought things were looking up for Grand Bahama, the island suffers another blow with the collapse of a crane working on the Oasis of the Seas cruise ship at the shipyard.
Where is Marvin Pratt?
The Grand Lucayan Resort saga seems, at last, to have a happy ending in sight.
THE death of student Perry Louis in a stabbing yesterday is a tragedy that will resonate with every parent across the country.
LAST night was the second of Prime Minister Dr Hubert Minnis’ national addresses – and while we welcome any increase in communication from the government, we do wish there was more substance to what he had to say.