Public education system desperately needs an overhaul to meet Bahamian needs
Chris Minns, a veteran and highly regarded educator, offers an open letter to Jeffrey Lloyd, the new Minister of Education, Science and Technology . . .
Eyes were raised when Sarkis Izmirlian attended the new Prime Minister’s swearing in. Malcolm J Strachan says it might not have been what it seemed . . .
A Lyford Cay Foundations scholar aims to serve through medical technology . . .
Richard Coulson looks at the tasks facing the new Prime Minister as he takes office . . .
The rejection of the PLP was all about Perry Christie’s leadership, Malcolm J Strachan says . . .
The news that the Duke of Edinburgh would no longer be attending Royal public events came as a shock to many who feared that at the age of nearly 96 it was for sudden serious medical reasons.
Vital lessons can be learned at The Bahamas Technical and Vocational Institute in pursuing education . . .
A Tribune special investigation reveals the Bahamas has forfeited millions in potential earnings because of government delays in concluding a revenue-sharing agreement for overflight fees . . .
Malcom J Strachan says a desperate PLP government is clearly prepared to do anything to stay in power and is insulting the intelligence of Bahamians . . .
There is a real prospect that, in dealing with unsustainable debt, 11 of 13 Caribbean small states will have lost the first three decades of the 21st century and foregone opportunities for poverty reduction, transformation and growth.
On May 25, University of The Bahamas will host its historic first commencement ceremony since its charter on November 10, 2016 . . .
Since the mid-1990s, The Bahamas has encouraged Chinese foreign direct investment.
This month’s guest writer Nadene Charlton, an experienced Human Resources Director with Atlantis, outlines how to succeed in hospitality and the importance of continuing education at every level.
Globalisation was originally a construct of industrialised nations whose economic activity had developed sufficiently to withstand competition within their own borders from other countries, and who had the capability of exporting goods and services to other markets.
Since the wee hours of Friday morning, Bahamians from all walks of life have been venting their anger at the astounding level of disrespect displayed by the shambolic organisation and incompetence displayed by the Fyre Festival organisers, all whilst left scratching their heads in disbelief that our Ministry of Tourism would aid and abet such efforts during Exuma Regatta week.