We should listen to Tourism Minister Dionisio D’Aguilar.
Stop beating us in court, Fred!
When we wondered in Friday’s paper if a summer of discontent was heading the way of The Bahamas, little did we know another cloud was already forming on the horizon.
To hear some members of the government talk, you’d think all was right with the country – but is that a summer of discontent we glimpse on the horizon?
The national motto may be Forward, Upward, Onward, Together – but for some people it seems to be Backward, Downward, Rearward and Every Man For Himself.
THERE is a lot of sabre rattling when it comes to the issue of immigration – so it was very welcome to hear the clear voice of retired Justice Rubie Nottage yesterday putting issues into perspective.
READERS will be forgiven if the announcement by Prime Minister Dr Hubert Minnis of major road projects last night sounds familiar.
THE Bahamas has found itself in the middle of an international squabble recently.
TO anyone who has made use of public transport in The Bahamas, it will come as little surprise that there are irregularities in the sector.
THERE is a harsh reality behind the statistics of murder that is rarely seen in all its brutal truth.
Disadvantageous, dangerous and reckless.
IN the time of deepest despair, it appears we are leaving our friends, families and colleagues with no one to turn to. When The Tribune tried to contact the national suicide hotline yesterday, there was no help to be found. The number was out of service.
Not so long ago, this column raised concerns about the career prospects of law enforcement officers forced to take long-term leave. It appears matters could be so much worse than a career delayed being an opportunity denied.
NO one had to go looking for Bishop Delton Fernander to find out his opinions about Bahamas Carnival – he released a statement.
HOW soon will there be a woman leading the police force?