Letters

Bahamas Independence “48”

Dear Editor, Open letter 1. It has been generally accepted worldwide, that “the health of a nation is the wealth of that nation.” 2. As worker representatives in this critical health care sector, we are constantly both reminded and challenged to reflect on our role in nation-building. 3. The Bahamas Doctors Union is continually challenged…
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GB Widow English critical of Rand Memorial service

Dear Editor, My husband (Philip English) was taken to the Rand Memorial Hospital because he needed blood. I was told by a doctor that if I took him home, he would die in two days. So, even though he wanted to be at home, my son and I begged him to remain in the hospital.…
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Debate about Debates

Dear Editor, I hear all kind of noise about debates between political leaders in the country. Once again, much of it is “full of sound and fury, signifying nothing.” UB Professor Nicolette Bethel has now weighed in with her two cents.  She has reportedly criticized the FNM, seemingly claiming that the party has no confidence…
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OPEN LETTER TO THE PRIME MINISTER OF THE BAHAMAS

Dear Editor, Dear Mr. Prime Minister, The Most Honorable Dr. Hubert A. Minnis: I listened with bated breath recently while you were on a trip to Ragged Island, where you were asked by a reporter to state your opinion on oil drilling in our archipelagic waters. Your response was one of great admiration for me…
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