During my short stint in politics, the party with which I was affiliated, the SDP fought a by-election in South Eleuthera. At the time we found ourselves fighting not only the PLP, but also the BDP/FNM, but that is a story for another day.
SARS-CoV-2 is a new coronavirus that causes COVID-19. The virus has destroyed lives and brought the world to a grinding halt.
I do not know the owners of the fabled Compass Point but it seems to me that they are being badly advised. Whoever those advisers are they should be replaced as soon as possible. It is most insulting and a non compliance with protocol.
It should be highly appreciated that teachers play a crucial role in societies.
Yes, we have brought our community spread under control, thanks to the herculean efforts of this government.
“Let’s protect each other and our communities. When you visit any BTC store to pay your bill in full, you will receive a free 3-layer protective mask.”
We’re now a day away from July 1. Let’s try to carefully think about what’s going on.
A minister was on the news talking about removing trees from beaches.
We profess to follow the so-called Westminster form of constitutional democracy here at home in our wonderful nation. Under that system there are certain constitutional conventions, while not having the force of an actual law or legislation, are followed and observed in the political arena.
The United States (US) national debt has reached 26 trillion and is expected to reach 30 trillion in 2021.
The International Day of Parliaments was recognised on June 30.
From the very beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, the government has used WHO “guidelines” to justify the decisions they have made.
Today makes Day 304 without power at my residence on Green Turtle Cay. My residence has been repaired and is ready for reconnection to the BPL power grid. We were promised, again last week, that Bahamas Power and Light (BPL) would be coming to do hook-ups this week.
As a person who works in the education system I must voice my input about how school should be run when it reopens. It is not feasible for there to be six feet of distance between students in the class room. Desks should be reasonably spaced but if students are wearing masks and using hand sanitisers this should not be an issue. The main issue should be the number of students in each class. There should be no more than 25 students in each class. This number allows for adequate spacing in each room.
Some have said that your opinion of the Andros project should be reserved until all that is proposed comes out.