THE 2017 political season is upon us, and this will be an election to determine the future of this great country.
This is the second in a series of articles being written by Mr Carey Leonard, outlining why doing business with the Chinese (Beijing) is not proving beneficial to the Bahamas. Mr Leonard, a commercial lawyer, is an associate in the law firm of Callenders & Co., Freeport.
Martiniqua Moxey, a Senior Research Officer in the Research Department of Central Bank of The Bahamas, is making strides in both the banking industry and in the community.
How much longer can those in authority stay silent on the growing animal issues in The Bahamas, Kim Aranha asks . . .
First Mr Izmirlian, now Dr Minnis. Malcolm J Strachan says the PLP must take responsibility for what is happening at Baha Mar, not pin it on others . . .
Doing business with the Chinese is not proving beneficial for Bahamians. Carey Leonard points to Grand Bahama’s plight as clear evidence . . .
A Commonwealth Free Trade Area (FTA) would go down in India “like a lead balloon”. That’s the opinion of Indian Member of Parliament, Shashi Tharoor, as British ministers and Empire-dreamers run around Britain trying to promote the idea that a Commonwealth FTA is a viable alternative to trade with the European Union (EU) which Britain has elected to exit.
Through her 33 years in the Counselling Services Department (CSD), Career and Placement Counsellor Norma Turnquest has guided thousands of students during their university journey. She not only mentors but also advises students how to land a great job and build an enjoyable career.
For this failing PLP government its five years is up. Don’t string it out any longer, call the election Malcolm J Strachan says . . .
Technical vocational education training can help everyone, from fashion designers to plumbers . . .
Peter Young puts the modern significance of the Commonwealth in context on its day of celebration . . .
Residents smoked out again by toxic fumes from the blazing city dump have had enough of empty promises, Malcolm J Strachan says
Kim Aranha questions why an immediate recall of contaminated pig feed from the government’s feed mill has not been forthcoming and calls for the release of the report of the investigation into the deaths of Exuma’s swimming pigs . . .
Richard Coulson bemoans the lack of progress in re-developing the downtown area of the Bahamian capital city.
The Lyford Cay Foundations offers three tips for students on mapping out their progress to career success.