The Prime Minister Perry Christie and the Deputy Prime Minister Philip Davis at St Agnes in Nassau for the funeral of the late Deputy Chair of Arawak Homes A Bismark Coakley 9th August. Former business associates Bradley Roberts (second from left) and Franklin Wilson ( far right) with their wives at funeral for their colleague […]
St. Agnes Anglican Church Nassau Bahamas August 9th 2015 I’d like the memory of me To be a happy one, I’d like to leave an afterglow Of smiles when life is done. I’d like to leave an echo Whispering down the ways, Of happy times and laughing times And bright and sunny days. I’d […]
(Bahamas Information Services) NASSAU, Bahamas, Aug. 6, 2015 (BIS) – Prime Minister the Right Hon. Perry G. Christie is calling the new Pointe development a much-needed boost to the country’s economy. During a ground-breaking ceremony held on the grounds of the British Colonial Hotel on Thursday, August 6, Mr. Christie said that he was “elated” to […]
House of Assembly Nassau 5 August 2015 The Burma Road Riots as they are known took placemon1st and 2nd June 1942. It has been the subject of many examinations and stories over the years. It is clear that what it did was to crystallize the labour movement in The Bahamas. The political […]
THIS WEEK IN THE BAHAMAS (3 -7 AUGUST 2015)
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Fred Mitchell MP in his own words defends his remarks delivered in Fox Hill on Emancipation Day 3rd August:
First I invite them to read Uncle Tom’s Cabin to see the fate of those who will not stand up and fight for their freedom. It is a very interesting novel. Perhaps it will stiffen their spines.
Tells the Opposition: “ Emancipate yourselves from mental slavery”. 1.You may click here for the full statement of Fred Mitchell MP on Emancipation Day. 2. You may click here for the text of the statement to the House of Assembly on 5th August on the Minimum Wage Bill