BRIAN SEYMOUR WRITES FROM FREEPORT ABOUT A LONG AGO ABACO STORM

On September 6, viagra 1932, the island of Abaco was rocked by a Category Five hurricane.  This hurricane has come to be known as the GREAT ABACO HURRICANE.  This storm had wind speeds up to 200 miles per hour.  When it was over, reports are that 16 people perished, and 300 injured.  According to records, […]

The BTC Gets Us Back In Business

On 8th October, BTC issued the following notice:  As BTC begins restoration efforts in areas hardest hit by Hurricane Joaquin, technicians and first responder team members have worked tirelessly to restore communication with residents and their family members.  Residents can now make outgoing calls and use Internet services at the following locations.  BTC Calling Stations […]

MITCHELL ADDRESSES UN HUMAN RIGHTS COUNCIL

CAPTION Bahamas Minister of Foreign Affairs and Immigration Fred Mitchell is pictured speaking at the United Nations Human Rights Council’s General Debate in Geneva, Switzerland, on 5 October 2015. At left is H.E. Rhoda Jackson, Ambassador and Permanent Representative of The Bahamas to the United Nations Office and other international offices in Geneva.  You may […]

THE OPPOSTION’S SEPARATE EFFORTS

The Opposition leader Hubert Minnis took his team to Mayaguana on 8th October to inspect the hurricane damage. The photo from left: Peter Turnquest MP Deputy Leader, prostate Hubert Chipman MP, Hubert Minnis Leader,  Stanley Collie, (father of Sidney Collie and a resident of Betsy Bay who weathered the hurricane), Sidney Collie, Edison Key MP, Theo […]