Editorial

FNM Govt. expected to be functioning better

Because of the disappointment throughout the country in the way the former Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) Government functioned leading up to general elections day, May 10 last year, en masse, voters threw their support to the Free National Movement (FNM). Sure, Bahamians bought into the many promises pitched by Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis and…
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Some grey areas now associated with Oban HOA

We examined closely, statements on the proposed Oban Energies project, made by the Minister of State in the Grand Bahama Office of the Prime Minister, Senator Kwasi Thompson. At the same time, we reflected on the enthusiasm and satisfaction expressed by Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis, when he announced in the House of Assembly recently,…
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Coach McPhee on warpath

Normally controversial sporting issues are attended to in another forum in this newspaper, the column, Sports Scope. However a matter most disturbing to the venerable and legendary Coach Gladstone “Moon” McPhee, surfaced over the weekend and we think it worthy of the fullest attention. The final day of the 2018 HOYTES (Helping Our Youth Through…
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‘Labour on Blocks’ job fairs relevant

We accept the ‘Labour on the Blocks’ job fairs concept as being quite ideal for the times. Should there be some tweaking? Well, we pointed out in this space just yesterday that there is a need for the Ministry of Labour to make some adjustments. Some of the comments and outright criticisms that have been…
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