Wednesday 12 August, 2020
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Shopping at Burchies

Customers shopping at the North Eleuthera Shopping Center (Burchie’s) during the national curfew in April 2020. The Case For Lifting Restrictions in Eleuthera The Government of The Bahamas made an excellent, and very difficult, decision...

Dear Editor,  Last weekend, a series of conflicts erupted at a local bar in the Carmichael Road area which ultimately led to the death of a young woman and the hospitalization of an adult male. At the core of many such disputes in The Bahamas, is the inability of individuals to effectively manage and resolve conflicts. Conflicts (disagreements...

RE: Gomez Frustrated by Govt’s Failure to Deliver http://www.thenassauguardian.com/national-review/52844-gomez-frustrated-by-govts-failure-to-deliver   Dear Sir/Madam, Today’s National Review places the MP for Central and South Eleuthera,  Damien Gomez, front and center in the continuing implosion that aptly characterizes the current...

At the request of the Bahamas National Trust I am responding to Mark’s comments on the BNT press release (http://www.eleutheranews.com/permalink/4378.html) about an educational program which includes turtle tagging and research in Bottom Harbour, North Eleuthera. There are two research programs that tag turtles in Bottom Harbour. One is the...

Clearly reports of Dame Marguerite’s residence being in arrears in Real Property Tax payments published in both newspapers are clear cases of selective persecution. For sure the support base of the PLP are grass roots Bahamians whose homes would be real property tax exempt in many instances, but curiously, the names of the people splattered across...

In a recent television news broadcast some members of the Bi-partisan Affiliation of Women Parliamentarians in the Commonwealth of The Bahamas announced that The Bahamas will host the Commonwealth Women Parliamentarians The Caribbean, The Americas and Atlantic Region for a special call meeting this week at Melia Resort in New Providence. During the...

Firstly I want to thank the Board/Committee for lending me your time to read/listen to my opinion on this matter, I hope I do not offend all of you, but I am sure I will offend some of you, as I am offended by this proposition of a “Bahamian Carnival” because this enrages every fiber of my Bahamian being. When I started in the music business...

Dear Editor A prolific and major music entertainer in the person of BRAD LUNDY meets his untimely demise in a violent hit and run traffic accident on Tonique Williams-Darling Highway and the media reports the incident as if an unidentified person, a “John Doe” of sorts, is the latest victim of a hit and run traffic accident. A native of...

Dear Editor: Thank you for this opportunity to express my outrage at the incident of the dog attack on the beach near James Cistern the Friday following Christmas. My heart goes out to Mrs. Gaitor who suffered the unthinkable. I’ve been afraid of dogs since I was a child because I was bitten by one and never trusted any dog since. I’m...

My condolences to the families of the recent murder victims in Fox Hill and all those who lost loved ones to murder in 2013.The recent massacre in Fox Hill underscores the serious nature of crime in our beloved Commonwealth. As Bahamians assess these recent senseless killings and review bloody 2013 in the days and weeks to come, blame will undoubtedly...