Kelly Burrows Returns To The Theme On The Standards Of Dressing

  Have standards gone out of the door, with some of our so called leaders, or simply they don’t know any better? who is to passed the mantle down to our young people? I’m so happy to have been given the opportunity in being exposed to what is proper etiquette and general protocol of life […]

Brent Malone Retrospective

Fred Mitchell, cialis Minister of Foreign Affairs with Honorary Consul for The Bahamas in Trinidad Dr. Monica Davis at the Brent Malone Retrospective  Prime Minister Perry Christie in the purple tie with Dame Marguerite Pindling next to him and Eric James, art historian at the Brent Malone Retrospective at the National Arts Gallery  Minister of […]

United Nations Day Marked In The Bahamas

NASSAU, THE BAHAMAS 23RD OCTOBER, 2015 Before proceeding with this morning’s event, I wish to convey to you that I offered sincere condolences to the French Ambassador on behalf of the Government and people of The Bahamas to the Government and people of France for the deaths that occurred in Southwest France as a result […]

Dick Lightbourn Comes To Loretta’s Rescue

The Leader of the FNM sat in the House with his hands under his chin and watched with bemusement.  Later Richard Lightbourn MP who said nothing in the House of Assembly wrote a letter to the press agreeing with Mrs. Butler Turner that the House of Assembly was undemocratic because she was not allowed to […]

Christie On How To Beat Him In A Democracy

Prime Minister Perry Christie said yesterday that if Tourism Minister Obie Wilchcombe wants to lead the Progressive Liberal Party, then he would have to beat him in an election at a party convention.  “Don’t mind them talking about me, I am here as a product of this wonderful democracy we have here and democracy means […]

Everett Mackey The Bahamas’ Nazi Artist

Well Hiel Everett Mackey.  Mr. Mackey was the centre of attention being all of 26 and proud of the fact that his painting of the Prime Minister Perry Christie pictured as Pinocchio and as Hitler received such great attention.  He was unrepentant in the press on Monday 19th October.  He won the first prize in […]

Maurice Glinton Q C Faces The Court Of Appeal

Maurice Glinton Q C From the news report last week the Court of Appeal saw Maurice Glinton Q C and they are pretty pissed off with Maurice Glinton. Mr. Glinton is in trouble with them because when he appeared before them he refused to go on once they ruled that the man whose right he […]

DIPLOMATIC WEEK BEGINS AND IT’S A BIG HIT

NASSAU, BAHAMAS, Oct. 19, 2015 (BIS) – Foreign Service officials — including Heads of Mission, Honorary Consuls and other officials — enlightened high school students about the role of The Bahamas’ Foreign Policy during a speaking tour at Holy Trinity Activities Centre, Monday, October 19. The speaking tour is one of the activities organized by […]

THIS WEEK IN THE BAHAMAS BY ELCOTT COLEBY

Citing financial insolvency of the stalled $3.5 billion Baha Mar project on Cable Beach, Justice Ian Winder of the Bahamas Supreme Court approved the request of the Joint Provisional Liquidators to separate 2,020 Baha Mar employees on Thursday, effective Friday, October 23. The joint provisional liquidators are Bahamas-based KRyS Global and UK-based AlixPartners and the […]

YOUNG PLPS SAVAGE CANDIA DAMES ON LINE

In a file photo Candia Dames receives an award for Journalism. The Young PLPs got up on their hind legs and did a number on Candia Dames of the Nassau Guardian, the likes of which we have never seen.  Congratulations to them on that.  It is very interesting this society.  It appears that people can […]