The five-year deal with PowerSecure so far has brought nothing but mismanagement, broken trust and overcharging, Stanley Cartwright says
Rashad Rolle reports on a media summit designed to improve understanding of the world’s most populous country and its intentions . . .
As Barack Obama’s Presidency of the United States enters its final weeks, there are tens of millions of people in America and across the world who already feel a great sense of loss.
Lyford Cay Foundations suggests a simple three-step guide for students to transform dreams into reality . . .
While total protection is never possible, the police are doing a fine job in many areas of crime prevention and the public can help, Paul Thompson says . . .
The Black Friday march shows how an out-of-touch government is still badly misreading the signs, Malcolm J Strachan says . . .
Dr Ian Strachan shares his thoughts on what expectations are realistic after the rebranding of COB . . .
A plan drawn up in the 1970s to address the issues of roadside garages and never enacated remains as relevant today as ever, Assistant Commissioner of Police Paul Thompson says . . .
Fidel Castro’s death highlights doubts as to whether Cuba’s critical neighbours will continue a policy of resuming normal ties, Bradley Klapper says . . .
When he entered the former College of the Bahamas (COB) as a first-year student, Keyron Smith was not prepared for the experience. Since his 2012 entry as a Biology major, students, faculty and staff have all come to admire Mr Smith for his drive and impact.
The words discipline, supervision, enforcement, accountability and transparency appear to be absent from the minds of our present-day public servants.
Ten days ago, the spacious grounds of the former Holy Cross Church complex near Soldier Road were throbbing to celebrations by the new business tenant: aliv was being launched as the brand name of the new mobile service that will compete with Bahamas Telecommunications Company (BTC) .
History is filled with moments when once opposing forces, sensing the opportunity for greater good, threw their lot in together and defeated the common enemy. The Bahamas will be faced with this reality in 2017.
Drawing on his experience of a long career in policing and private security, Paul Thompson offers advice on how the pubic can stop themselves from becoming victims of crime
The increasing concerns over cyber security open up opportunities for IT graduates, as one promising Bahamas Technical and Vocational Institute student is finding.