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Thanks for publishing the following poem

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Honours from grateful nation

BISHOP Lawrence Rolle, community activist Khandi Gibson and former police commissioner Paul Rolle say they are honoured and humbled for recognition of their service to the nation as recipients of the Bahamas’ 49th Independence Day National Honours.

Desmond Mpilo Tutu

In Fire Forged and Purified [Desmond Mpilo Tutu, October 7, 1931 to December 26, 2021]

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A COMIC'S VIEW: A political view inspired by the next generation

THIS week, thanks to our “new normal” and online learning, I was tasked with explaining to my ten-year-old how fun “limericks” can be. After a (very long) lesson, I finally got him rhyming. Surprisingly, the kid’s a good learner. He’s almost a pro at condensing complex thoughts into little bites.

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Bahamas Basketball Federation names its coaching staffs

THE Bahamas Basketball Federation announces its 2022 junior boys’ and junior girls’ coaching staffs.

It’s not rain

It is not rain that is falling on the fertile fields


LAST WEEK: 8-7 SEASON: 86-36

In tribute

Lost Mom this week. But there she is my sweet. The Holland Marsh Canal.

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A COMIC'S VIEW: Twas the night before Christmas

‘TWAS the night before Christmas when all through the House;

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‘A Run for Thanksgiving’ cross country highlights

THE Bahamas Scholastic Athletic Association held its 10th annual Cross-Country event under the theme, “A Run For Thanksgiving” at Goodman’s Bay on Saturday.

‘Rise Bahamas, Rise!’

Attached is a poem written by me in April 1999, which I submit for publication in memory of our little darling Bella and the call to our national compassion and action: “Rise Bahamas, Rise!”

The trying times that face us all

Do you ever feel like the darkness is winning?

Laws on age of consent in Canada

In the public discussion about the age of consent, it is useful to see what other jurisdictions are doing. It is important when making laws to not allow a particular case or the unwise pronouncements by a Minister of National Security to determine legal canons.

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QCafe ‘a buzz’ with Scholastic Individual Chess Championship

THE Scholastic Individual Chess Championship was held at the QCafe, Queen’s College, on Saturday, April 30.

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A COMIC'S VIEW: Supply chain Christmas list is a little short

CHRISTMAS is in the air, it’s obvious if you look around town though that the pandemic is still having its effects.

Make the next act the best

HAVING celebrated a bountiful 2019 with unprecedented record-breaking tourist arrivals. We reaped the benefit of its harvest for the first two months of 2020.

Barefoot boy

As I walked to the corner to catch the 21 bus, something inside kept telling me that this would be one of the best days I had ever had.

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Team Bahamas named

AFTER two gruelling days of intense competition, the Bahamas Association of Athletic Associations determined the eight-member team to represent the country at the North American, Central American and Caribbean Age Group Championships.

‘Ya born dere, ya born dere’

Who are we? Saxon’s Superstars want to know.