NURSES at the Marsh Harbour Clinic in Abaco had enough of waiting for their concerns to be heard this week.
IT is difficult to assess the past year in comparison to other years – and that holds true in the court system too.
FOR a national address, Prime Minister Dr Hubert Minnis did not have a great deal to say last night.
WHEN Tourism Minister Dionisio D’Aguilar discussed in November the rollout of the rapid antigen testing on the fifth day for a visitor in The Bahamas, he advised that It was going to be “a little bumpy”.
AS the FNM campaigned for election in 2017, then candidate Jeff Lloyd made a pledge. He said if the party was elected, it planned to “immediately” implement a pilot programme to try out single-sex classes.
AS you drive down Shirley Street, a large screen blocks off the view of construction of the new US Embassy. A new era for the embassy – one which we’re sure those behind its construction will hope will be a bright one.
THERE is a saying in the US that social security is the third rail of politics – the third rail being the one that carries the electric charge and if you touch it, you’ll get zapped.
THE Ministry of Education seems to want a participation prize.
IN Thursday’s Tribune, our columnist, Front Porch Simon paid tribute to the “expert, clear and steady leadership” provided by Dr Merceline Dahl-Regis as he hailed her as his person of the year.
EARLIER this year, we wrote in this column with concern about a police shooting.
AS we near the end of a dreadful year, we hope that 2021 will bring better things.
IT is fair to say there is some mixed messaging from the government over oil drilling.
PLP leader Philip ‘Brave’ Davis faces a problem – his own past.
WHEN COVID-19 first came to our shores, there was a familiar line in the regular press conferences at the time.
OIL is the focus of attention across The Bahamas – and farther afield too, it would seem.