THE large gatherings being held as political parties hit the streets to campaign ahead of the next election beg an obvious question – if they can do it, why can’t we?
ONCE again, House Speaker Halson Moultrie is grabbing the headlines.
THE issue of shanty towns is one that has featured regularly in this column – and we don’t see a solution any time soon.
IF you've been browsing on social media over the last few weeks I suspect, like us, you're getting a bit fed up with the videos from the FNM and PLP popping up every few minutes telling you how great they are and you should give them your vote.
SO where would we be if a suspect taken into police custody hadn’t managed to press record on his mobile phone?
DID good news ever sound so disappointing?
WHICH justice is right when it comes to citizenship?
“Dignity and respect, that’s all I wanted.”
SINCE the departure of Lanisha Rolle from the post of Minister of Youth, Sports and Culture, there has been a lot of talk about women in politics.
The announcement of a tax amnesty by Prime Minister Dr Hubert Minnis yesterday might sound good for those who can take advantage of it – but look a little deeper and it’s a bad sign for the state of our country.
More than ten years ago, Bahamian Stafford Lightbourn married his wife, Sharon Lewis-Lightbourn.
THE issue of women in politics has been in the air lately – and has been brought back to the surface by the departure of Lanisha Rolle, who was the only woman serving as a minister under Prime Minister Dr Hubert Minnis.
THERE comes a moment when political rivalries must be set aside – and the news that former Prime Minister Hubert Ingraham has COVID-19 is one such moment.
THE story of Lanisha Rolle’s time in the public eye has been, it’s fair to say, a turbulent one.
WHO wants a national televised debate for the next election?