Opinion

Davis calls for reimbursement plan for hotels
Davis calls for reimbursement plan for hotels

March 30, 2020

Official Opposition Leader Philip "Brave" Davis yesterday called on the government to implement a reimbursement plan for hotels so they can continue to pay workers amid the COVID-19 crisis...

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Davis disappointed by homeless convictions
Davis disappointed by homeless convictions

March 27, 2020

PROGRESSIVE Liberal Party Leader Philip "Brave" Davis is disappointed homeless people have been convicted of violating the COVID-19 curfew...

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Munroe Is Simply Wrong, Says AG Bethel
Munroe Is Simply Wrong, Says AG Bethel

March 24, 2020

ATTORNEY General Carl Bethel said Wayne Munroe, QC, is "plain and simply wrong" with his criticism of Prime Minister Dr Hubert Minnis' emergency powers order...

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PLP leader criticises emergency order
PLP leader criticises emergency order

March 20, 2020

PLP leader Philip “Brave” Davis criticised an emergency order issued by Prime Minister Hubert Minnis yesterday, saying the provisions appeared to be rushed...

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Christie calls 'think again' on PI project
Christie calls 'think again' on PI project

March 10, 2020

FORMER Prime Minister Perry Christie said the Minnis administration would make a "fundamental error" if it leases crown land in the Colonial Beach area of Paradise Island to Royal Caribbean International...

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'If Perry Christie was running, you would know'

March 10, 2020

Perry Christie.Former Prime Minister Perry Christie yesterday denied rumors that he intends to run in the next general election. Christie said his focus is on supporting the current leadership of the Progressive Liberal Party (PLP)...

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Christie says RCI PI deal is 'not the right way'

March 10, 2020

Former Prime Minister Perry G. Christie speaks with students celebrating Commonwealth Day yesterday. RACARDO THOMASFormer Prime Minister Perry Christie said yesterday that the lease of land on Paradise Island to Royal Caribbean International (RCI) would be a "fundamental error" by the government...

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I can't see why you wouldn't enjoy 'The Invisible Man'

March 06, 2020

This image released by Universal Pictures shows Elisabeth Moss in a scene from "The Invisible Man." AP"The Invisible Man" (Rated C) Cast: Elisabeth Moss, Aldis Hodge, Oliver Jackson-Cohen, Storm Reid Genre: Horror, Thriller, Sci-Fi Dwight's Rating: It works! Nevermind that like "Little Women", "A Star is Born", "Batman" and "Godzilla", every decade or two someone decides it's time for another version [...]
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Govt Not Proactive Enough In Response To Coronavirus
Govt Not Proactive Enough In Response To Coronavirus

March 04, 2020

PROGRESSIVE Liberal Party Leader Philip "Brave" Davis believes the government has not been sufficiently proactive in handling the country's COVID-19 preparedness...

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Keep It Illegal: Christian Council Key Official Rejects Opening Door To Legal Cannabis
Keep It Illegal: Christian Council Key Official Rejects Opening Door To Legal Cannabis

February 27, 2020

A leading Christian Council official advising the body on its position on marijuana has come out against legalising the recreational use of the drug...

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'Hear us'

February 24, 2020

From left, Janeisma Rolle, 23; Annamarie Amerthil, 20; and Kyle Kelly, 21, share a light-hearted moment between classes at the University of The Bahamas' interim campus in downtown Freeport...

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ThatS Not Your Job, Mr Speaker
That’S Not Your Job, Mr Speaker

February 21, 2020

AS AN "impartial arbiter," House Speaker Halson Moultrie should not be calling for action or legislation on any matter regardless of his convictions, attorney Wayne Munroe insisted yesterday...

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Miller Dismisses Fnm Mid-Year Budget As Woefully Deficient
Miller Dismisses Fnm Mid-Year Budget As Woefully Deficient

February 20, 2020

THE Minnis administration's mid-year budget is "woefully deficient", charged Golden Isles MP Vaughn Miller, insisting government did not do enough to show it was prepared for the impending 2020 hurricane season...

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No New Taxes To Pay For Dorian
No New Taxes To Pay For Dorian

February 13, 2020

THE Minnis administration's request for additional borrowing is not for idle purposes, Finance Minister Peter Turnquest insisted yesterday. He told Parliament the country's insufficient resources led government to seek more money following Hurricane Dorian...

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Leadership Of Dorian Reconstruction A Mess
Leadership Of Dorian Reconstruction A Mess

February 05, 2020

PROGRESSIVE Liberal Party leader Philip "Brave" Davis was critical yesterday of two government bodies set up to handle relief and reconstruction in the aftermath of Hurricane Dorian...

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Marital rape not priority for PLP
Marital rape not priority for PLP

February 05, 2020

Progressive Liberal Party leader Philip "Brave" Davis yesterday said he could not commit his party to prioritising the issue of marital rape if it takes office in 2022...

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Blessed are MPs - who could do better
Blessed are MPs - who could do better

January 30, 2020

ANGLICAN Archdeacon Father James Palacious told parliamentarians that they need to stop their "slackness" when it comes to adhering to the Public Disclosure Act...

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Social Media Post on Temporary Housing Domes is Fake News
Social Media Post on Temporary Housing Domes is Fake News

January 27, 2020

The Bahamas Disaster Reconstruction Authority is leading the Government’s effort to provide temporary housing solutions for Bahamians displaced by Hurricane Dorian...

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'LAUGHABLE': Davis blasts govt over explanation on Pointe permits
'LAUGHABLE': Davis blasts govt over explanation on Pointe permits

January 23, 2020

THE government's disappointment in the ratio of foreign workers to Bahamian labour at The Pointe is "laughable," according to Progressive Liberal Party Leader Philip "Brave" Davis...

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Set Them Free: Minnis Backs Jail Release For Small Marijuana Users
Set Them Free: Minnis Backs Jail Release For ‘Small’ Marijuana Users

January 22, 2020

DECLARING that Bahamian marijuana users should not be considered criminals, Prime Minister Dr Hubert Minnis said he supports releasing from prison those convicted for having small amounts of the drug once the proper reforms and legal mechanisms are enacted...

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