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Davis: Minnis mismanaged handling of pandemic

PROGRESSIVE Liberal Party Leader Philip “Brave” Davis accused Prime Minister Dr Hubert Minnis of mismanaging the COVID-19 crisis.

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BTVI probe into misconduct claim

Bahamas Technical and Vocational Institute is carrying out an investigation into alleged misconduct, board chairman Kevin Basden has told The Tribune.

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Thompson: Economic performance improved from July to September

EAST Grand Bahama MP Kwasi Thompson is adamant that the former Minnis administration’s policies were working, pointing to increased revenues between July to September.

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Brave blasts govt on Dorian and COVID

PROGRESSIVE Liberal Party Leader Philip “Brave” Davis accused the Minnis administration of mismanaging its Hurricane Dorian and COVID-19 response.

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Baha Mar builder seeks Bahamian judicial assistance

Baha Mar’s main contractor has launched its own bid to secure Bahamian judicial assistance in a bid to unearth evidence that will support its counter-claims against former owner Sarkis Izmirlian.

A mismanaged opportunity

The conclusion of Dr Minnis’ term as prime minister of the Commonwealth of the Bahamas came on September 16, 2021.

Zimbabwe fears

It's extremely disheartening to keep on witnessing negative sentiments and lack of concerns by the Zimbabwean government about citizens who are continuously leaving Zimbabwe in search of better economic conditions in other foreign countries, particularly South Africa.

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Mitchell criticises Minnis for dancing at political rallies

THE Progressive Liberal Party has criticised Prime Minister Dr Hubert Minnis for “dancing on stage” at recent political rallies as the COVID-19 death toll continues to climb.

Debt, debt and debt

A past writer was spot on when he wrote and estimated that BPL’s bad accounts had to exceed $100m.

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PHA launches inquiry after reports alleging mistreatment of patients

IN the wake of news reports about alleged mistreatment of patients at Princess Margaret Hospital’s Maternity Ward, the Public Hospitals Authority issued a statement saying it has initiated an internal inquiry to identify any deficiencies in care.

House dispute erupts over controversial water plant

A dispute erupted in the House of Assembly yesterday over a troubled New Providence wastewater treatment plant that the new administration is pledging to finish “in the shortest possible time”.

House dispute erupts over controversial water plant

A dispute erupted in the House of Assembly yesterday over a troubled New Providence wastewater treatment plant that the new administration is pledging to finish “in the shortest possible time”.

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POLICE ADVICE: Learn to listen and avoid conflict

Conflict is a normal and necessary part of healthy relationships. After all, people aren’t expected to agree on everything at all times. Therefore, learning how to deal with conflict—rather than avoiding it, is crucial.

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Hilton sale targeted by Sarkis legal aid request

The British Colonial Hilton’s sale is among the multiple targets of a US court’s request for Bahamian judicial assistance relating to Sarkis Izmirlian’s $2.25bn legal battle with Baha Mar’s main contractor.

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BTVI ‘trying to silence workers’ claims union

DANIEL Thompson, president of the Union of Tertiary Educators of the Bahamas, yesterday accused Bahamas Technical and Vocational Institute and the government of trying to silence workers who have voiced their concerns about the school’s “inefficiencies”.

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Davis warns: Act now to avoid third wave

THE Progressive Liberal Party wants the government to adopt new COVID-19 prevention measures that allows for more virus testing and isolation to help prevent a third wave in the country.

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UPDATED: PLP ratifies 13 candidates: Dr Michael Darville to run in Tall Pines, not Leslie Miller

THE Progressive Liberal Party ratified 13 candidates for the next general election on Tuesday night – including Senator Dr Michael Darville in the Tall Pines constituency and not longtime representative Leslie Miller.

Pandemic expectations

We are now in a fourth wave of this horrible pandemic. We are told that most of those in hospitals with COVID-19 are not vaccinated, and others who have been vaccinated. The variants are driving our population to distraction. The Province’s Business sector has been carrying on, doing business in a safe and managed manner. There are many questions being asked by the public with regards to our health and safety.

Dilemma of reopening the schools

As the proud parent of a University of The Bahamas student, like other parents; students and teachers we are all anxious that in-person tuition become the norm again in the shortest time possible. Many students, unfortunately, do not have access to electricity or computers. This greatly curtails their ability to be taught online. There is little doubt that this will negatively impact their grade averages and results of examinations if and when they are held.

EDITORIAL: What is being hidden from the Auditor General?

THE role of the Auditor General is not an easy one – but it is straightforward in what he or she is supposed to do. The Auditor General is required to examine and inquire into the accounts of government.