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PM's strong support for bran rival

PM's strong support for bran rival By PAUL G TURNQUEST Chief Reporter pturnquest@tribunemedia.net BRANDING Branville McCartney as a man with unbridled "ambition to achieve power", Prime Minister Hubert Ingraham said Bamboo Town now deserves an MP who is

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Smith: We should elect a Prime Minister

FRED Smith, the Queen’s Counsel attorney, is calling for an overhaul of the political process, saying the time has come for Bahamians to choose their prime minister.

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Ayanna leads people to God with new 'So Incredible' album

An intimate setting which facilitated an “unbridled worship experience” was what Ayanna Clarke envisioned for her album release concert at the Golden Gates World Outreach Ministries last Friday.And her vision became reality.Those who attended the eve

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EDITORIAL: Boundaries debate now sub judice - no debate

IN DISCUSSING the government’s controversial Interception of Communications Bill, 2017, which has attracted much opposition because it is seen as an unbridled invasion of privacy, Attorney General Allyson Maynard Gibson pointed out that “the Supreme Court is charged with protecting our Constitution, our rights under the Constitution.

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Government facilitated moral decline

In a few days, barring divine intervention, the moral sensibilities of an overwhelming majority of Bahamians will be assaulted by the public nudity, brazen vulgarity, and unbridled debauchery of carnival.

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Bahamas speaks out against attack in Libya

THE government of the Bahamas and the official opposition have both expressed outrage at the attack on the American Consulate in Benghazi, Libya that claimed the life of US Ambassador J Christopher Stevens and three embassy staff members.

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'PM should deal with crime, not talk about FNM'

FNM chairman Charles Maynard said his party is "shocked" that Prime Minister Perry Christie is happy to spend time commenting on internal FNM matters when he should be dealing with the high levels of crime and unemployment facing the nation.

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Project to unlock handicraft sector being squandered

An award-winning electronic platform intended to unlock $6 million in annual sales for Bahamian indigenous “treasure” is in danger of being squandered, its key architect has warned.

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Cash angered by PLP's comments at Abaco rally

ACTING FNM chairman Darron Cash took the PLP to task for the “despicable comments” of some speakers at a political rally in North Abaco on Saturday.

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Unbridled masculine prowess

IN cultural studies, critics talk of the hypermasculinity which is normalising itself in many urban societies.

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In tribute

It would be greatly appreciated if you would print this letter to remember a fallen colleague and friend, David Livingston Johnson.

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‘PLP helping their friends - and leaving Bahamians hungry’

FREE National Movement Leader Dr Hubert Minnis yesterday criticised the Christie administration for exhibiting a “helping those who help us” mentality in governance, charging that “tens of thousands” of Bahamians cannot provide for their families as a result.

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Mitchell a danger to democracy

Former Minister Mitchell’s statement following his election defeat is an insult to Bahamians at so many levels.

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An ugly use of the Constitution

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WORLD VIEW – CARICOM: Pride turned to gloom

THREE weeks ago, I and many other committed Caribbean integrationists, declared that the unity displayed by CARICOM countries at the Organization of American States (OAS) on May 31 “was a moment for unbridled pride”.

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IAN FERGUSON: The factors fuelling workplace conflicts

Much thought is given in the corporate world to how employees interact with customers, but often we neglect to focus on the working relationships between team members.

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Dion Foulkes: 'Bahamians live better because of Hubert Ingraham'

IN THE early 1980s, in my capacity as the hotel union shop steward at the Grand Hotel, now the RUI, I sought to improve benefits and working conditions for union members.

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EDITORIAL: Lessons still to be learned as we take steps in the right direction

Amid claims the crisis in Venezuela has been caused by outside interference, the evidence suggests the reasons are homegrown. Dictatorship and rule by decree, political repression and economic mismanagement on a massive scale have resulted in the disaster of a failing state.

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MICHELLE MILLER MOTIVATIONALS: How do you make an ‘informed’ decision?

There is making a decision and then there is making a so-called ‘informed’ decision. But what is really an ‘informed’ decision?

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