WEEK IN REVIEW BY ELCOTT COLEBY

COMMENTARY BY ELCOTT COLEBY Attorney General decides on the Mayaguana court case The statement on the Mayaguana court case is published in its entirety: “On Monday, 20 April, 2015 the Office of the Attorney-General received from the Commissioner of Police the case file containing the results of the comprehensive full, fair and impartial investigation and […]

BTC UNION PRESIDENT FINDING HIS VOICE?

A note today was sent to the site asking probing questions of the head of the Bahamas Communications and Public Officers Union (BCPOU) Bernard Evans. Mr. Evans is in public row with the present management of the telephone company BTC about the layoffs which BTC plans for his members. The letter writer a former Unionist […]

CONGRATULATIONS TO THE GOVERNMENT FROM THE PLP

The Progressive Liberal Party congratulates the government of The Bahamas on its third anniversary in government and the measurable strides The Bahamas has made during this relatively short period of time. When its predecessors clearly lacked the strength of leadership, courage, confidence and political will to make the difficult, unpopular, but necessary policy decisions to […]

HEALTH MINISTRY REPORTS ON RUBIS

NASSAU, click Bahamas (BIS) May 8 — Advising that health investigations began in Marathon as early as Monday, May 4, 2015 and were only interrupted by inclement weather on Tuesday, Chief Medical Officer (CMO) Dr. Glen Beneby told the public that the government will “leave no stone unturned” in assisting residents of Marathon impacted by […]

THE WORK OF THE MISSIONS ABROAD

 CHICAGO, generic viagra cheap Illinois — Mr. Michael C. Fountain, search Bahamas Honorary Consul in Chicago, try attended the Concerned Belizeans, Incorporated, annual dinner on Saturday, April 25, 2015. The event supports fundraising efforts of the local Belizean community to provide school supplies to the children of Belize and those in the Chicago area. In […]

THE RESPONSE TO HUBERT MINNIS

The Tribune reported that Leader of the Opposition Hubert Minnis got outflanked by the PLP at the meeting that the FNM organized in Marathon to embarrass Jerome Fitzgerald as the MP for Marathon.  Dr. Minnis complained to the press that the PLP bussed in people to the meeting in Marathon.  This commentary about his complaint […]

GOVERNMENT STATEMENT ON RUBIS

May 3, sildenafil 2015 (Nassau) –We wish to correct the record in the matter of the Rubis Fuel Spill at the Robinson Road Service Station, and in so doing, highlight Government’s actions to ensure the care and safety of residents in the area, particularly the 5 households directly affected by the spill. A review of […]

MINISTER OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS MAKES STATEMENT TO UN HIGH-LEVEL THEMATIC DEBATE ON BEHALF OF CARICOM

4th May 2015 New York City, USA Mr. President, Mr. Secretary-General, H. E. Mr. Museveni, President of Uganda, Distinguished Colleagues, Heads of Regional and Sub-regional Organizations, Delegates, The Bahamas, in its capacity as current Chair of the Heads of Government of the Caribbean Community (CARICOM), and on behalf of the Community’s 14 Member States, thank […]

Demo In Freeport 6th May Protesting Bans on Mobile Gambling

(Asks Government to Reconsider the ban) When the Government regularized gaming in The Bahamas for Bahamians, generic viagra ed they banned mobile devices to sell numbers.  There was protest against this in Freeport.  They argue that many people have been laid off and lost work as a result of it.  

Marking The Sinking Of The Flamingo 10 May 1980

(MAY THEY REST IN PEACE AND RISE IN GLORY) Kishan Munroe’s painting of the sinking of the HMBS Flamingo by Cuban MIGS 10 May 1980 in what now President Raul Castro of Cuba called a tragic mistake and for which he has apologized is shown.  Nevertheless, buy cialis sickness we remember the crew of the […]

Congratulations To Kishan Munroe

The Society for Caribbean Studies announces Bahamian visual artist Kishan Munroe as the 2015 recipient of the Bridget Jones Travel Award. This award for arts researchers or practitioners living and working in the Caribbean gives the winner the opportunity present their work at the 39th Annual Conference of the Society for Caribbean Studies at The Drum […]