WHO WOULD have thought that the death angel would knock at my family’s door wearing the mask of crime?
PM Christie really believes that the young PLP MP’s want him to stay? Oh when will these long BEC outages from Bahamas ‘No Power’ and ‘No Light’ the heat obviously gone to his head.
After more than twenty years of reaping millions of dollars in The Bahamas and repeatedly highlighted in their many commercials over the past 12 months that they are a company 100 per cent Bahamian owned.
I have just returned with my family from Exuma where we spent ten days relaxing and admiring the beauty there. If there is anyone who doubts that there is a God, go to Exuma and they will quickly realise that there must be a Supreme Being to have created such beauty and perfection.
I NOTED with interest the letter published in your paper of this date (7/19/16) concerning the blood banks refusal of any blood donations from British citizens living in The Bahamas - so too the article of the same date stressing the shortage of blood at all blood banks.
How is it that former FNM turned PLP facilitator turned Hubert Minnis propagandist Tennyson Wells keeps interjecting himself into the affairs of the FNM that clearly are none of his business?
THE Pointe Garage/Multi-floor parking area is finally being uncovered so we can see the ‘quality of construction’.
IT HAS been less than a month since ‘Pokemon Go’ was released and has been taking the world by storm.
I was shocked to see yet another statement emanating from our Minister of Foreign Affairs and Immigration that seemed to be way off base, perhaps even delusional.
AS The Bahamas seeks to enter into mainstream reality and second world status it would be well to understand something of your so-called Island Time.
I WATCHED with interest this evening an appeal on ZNS news for donations of blood from The Princess Margaret Blood Bank, Doctors Hospital Blood Bank and The Bahamas Red Cross.
COLLECTIVELY, we have been talking and hashing about youth unemployment for what seems like eons. It is recognised by all, even the crazy individual, that our basic educational structure is dysfunctional and barely working.
What’s going on here?
Our Chinese friends have a very instructive proverb that advises that you should never try to extract a tooth from a tiger’s mouth. In layman’s terms it means don’t take unnecessary risks.
IT IS rare that any legal cases have serious public implications. The press reports often make them seem too turgid and technical to attract reader attention.