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EDITORIAL: A graceful exit for Dr Minnis

THE question of “will he, won’t he?” that has been hanging in the air over former Prime Minister Dr Hubert Minnis has been answered.

EDITORIAL: Where will money come from to balance VAT cut?

THERE is a feeling of caution in the air over the government’s plans to reduce VAT.

EDITORIAL: What one proposes, the other opposes

IT’S amazing the different views people can have when in Opposition as compared to when one’s party is in office.

EDITORIAL: Dream turned to nightmare for sporting stars

WHAT is the point of a promise if it remains unfulfilled?

EDITORIAL: Where do we go from here to beat COVID-19?

THE baton has passed from one government to another, and so, it would seem, has the blame for the handling of the COVID-19 pandemic – if former Prime Minister Dr Hubert Minnis is to be believed.

EDITORIAL: A new government with familiar faces

THE promise from the PLP in their campaign slogan was clear: A New Day.

EDITORIAL: Commissioner claims curfews have no effect on crime

THE biggest issue facing The Bahamas before the election remains the biggest issue facing the nation after the election.

EDITORIAL: We must not become numb to COVID death toll

THE biggest issue facing The Bahamas before the election remains the biggest issue facing the nation after the election.

EDITORIAL: Lack of urgency in protecting Govt House

HOW secure is Government House?

EDITORIAL: Date set – now FNM must choose

THE date has been set.

EDITORIAL: No easy balancing act as govt lays out blueprint

THE new government has shown its cards.

EDITORIAL: Bell’s words ring hollow as Atlantis presses ahead

WHEN a new government is voted in, it is important to hit the ground running – and for ministers, that can mean making a strong first impression.

EDITORIAL: It might not be a New Day after all for the PLP

THREE different stories on our front page today might cause readers to raise an eyebrow at our new government.

EDITORIAL: 100,000 vaccinations is no small feat

THE fight against COVID-19 received mixed news over the weekend.

EDITORIAL: Prison suspension looks more like old PLP than New Day

THE early days of the new government have prompted some eyebrow raising. Promotions put on hold. Contracts being reviewed. Board appointments, disaster authority, food aid programme to be reviewed.

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