Darron Cash Delivers A Cut Ass To The FNM

This note was posted on the Facebook page of the former Chairman of the FNM and former Senator Darron B Cash on 29th September.  It was an even bigger scorcher  than the one the day before about the FNM needing a “ come to Jesus moment”. Being chairman of a political party is a difficult […]

Fred Mitchell On The Death Of Sidney Logan Fox Hill Constituent

3rd October 2015 Once again, and all too frequently these days, I am writing to say that I deeply regret and I am saddened at the murder of another of my constituents Sidney Logan.  Mr. Logan who was a resident of Eastwood should have by all accounts had another 50 years to live in our […]

Life From The Perspective Of Sarkis Izmirlian

The Jamaicans have an expression: “ One hand can’t clap”.  Sarkis Izmirlian was singing that song last week following his meeting with the Prime Minister  Perry Christie on Monday 28th November.  The courts have said that the parties must be seen to negotiating in good faith.  The Government is doing its part and tried to […]

AMBASSADOR TO U S PROTESTS D. C TAX HAVEN ACT

WASHINGTON, D.C., Sept. 30, 2015 –His Excellency Dr. Eugene Newry, Bahamas Ambassador to the United States, has written a letter to Municipal Officials of the District of Columbia ? and Federal Congressional Officials protesting “in the strongest terms” The Bahamas’ designation as a “tax haven” by D.C. authorities in the District of Columbia Fiscal Year […]

RACE FOR THE CURE SUNSHINE DOES IT AGAIN

REGISTRATION for the 2016 Susan G Komen Bahamas Race for the Cure began 1st October to a special musical backdrop as the event’s first official anthem was unveiled. “Save The World (Susan G Komen Bahamas Race for the Cure)” was created and donated by Visage Band Bahamas members, viagra canada sick Wendi Lewis and Dyson […]

REPORT FROM THE NEMA ON THE HURRICANE DAMAGE

Acklins: flooding has been reported, ask significant flooding reported in Snug Corner and Mason’s Bay. Five houses were destroyed in Mason’s Bay, and four in Snug Corner; but there no injuries reported. All residents were accounted for in the visited settlements. Power outages have been reported. Crooked Island: Attempts are still being undertaken to establish […]

THIS WEEK IN THE BAHAMAS ( 28 SEPTEMBER TO 2 OCTOBER) BY ELCOTT COLEBY

The biggest news this week in The Bahamas was a destructive force of nature called JOAQUIN. This category four Hurricanes brought torrential rain and surges in tides and surfs, hospital causing widespread flooding in the central and southern Bahamas this week. By Thursday, the entire Bahamas was placed on hurricane warning. By Friday, the central […]