By BRADLEY B. ROBERTS NATIONAL CHAIRMAN PROGRESSIVE LIBERAL PARTY PYL GENERAL MEETING LYNDEN PINDLING CENTER 20 NOVEMBER 2015 Let no man despise thy youth; but be thou an example of the believers, in word, in conversation, in charity, in spirit, in faith, in purity. (1Timothy 4:12 – KJV) These words of admonition and wisdom by […]
Today is the 46th birthday of Attorney and former PLP Chairman Raynard Rigby. Happy birthday.
Foreign Minister Fred Mitchell at the centre of the photo in the guyabera with some of the Bahamian community in Los Angeles. Consul General Paulette Zonicle is at the far right, viagra first level and behind the Minister is Honorary Consul in Los Angles Cedric Scott. The dinner took place on 20th November at the Wilshire.
Hon. Kenred Dorsett, Member of Parliament for Southern Shores, donated a new bus to the Anatol Rodgers High School today. The bus is a 2015 Nissan Civilian with a capacity of 30.
Closing out the tail end of a three-week long, four country tour of Asia to promote The Bahamas’ financial services sector, Minister of Financial Services, Hope Strachan, spoke to a gathering of trust and financial management professionals, highlighting the steps The Bahamas has taken to position itself as a competitive player in the international market […]
No doubt putting himself in the category of thinking FNMs, Andrew Allen, the Tribune columnist wrote this about the leader of the FNM on 17 November in The Nassau Guardian: Thinking FNMs will be horrified by the untenable and frankly absurd position that Minnis’ latest ruse has left the party in. Having presented evidence of apparent […]
Convicted of contempt by an angry Court of Appeal, and with the judge who was at issue leaving office, Maurice Glinton QC appears to have gotten leave to appeal the stupid decision of the Court of Appeal finding him in contempt. He paid the 15,000 dollars fine when the Court refused to allow his appeal to […]
The late Edward St George There is an interesting drama being played out in the courts of The Bahamas with an interesting set of affidavits which reveal the innermost workings of the feud that threatened to wreck the Grand Bahama Port Authority as a business following the death of Edward St. George. All the […]
The Select Committee on National Honours chaired by Fred Mitchell MP Fox Hill at the Government Committee Room House of Assembly 16th November. The photo shows the members meeting with the National Heroes Day Committee led by Rev. Sebastian Campbell at the far left.
Keith Bell, pharmacy Minister of State in the Minister of National Security Ellison Greenslade, the Commissioner of Police Quinn McCartney, the retired Deputy Commissioner of Police The criminals were still having their way with the country. One killing and shooting after the next, despite the high profile show of force on the streets with policemen men […]
Foreign Minister Fred Mitchell in Los Angeles with Sidney Poitier. From left Cedric Scott, Bahamas Honorary Consul, the Minister, Sir Sidney, Paulette Zonicle, Consul General Washington. 19th November London His Excellency, High Commissioner Eldred Bethel and Mrs. Dawne Bethel visited Bahamian students at the University of Buckingham during an intimate reception held recently. Bahamian students […]
Foreshadowing more aggressive anti-crime measures in the coming weeks that could potentially impinge on the personal freedoms of some people as they move about the country, see Prime Minister Christie insisted that “this extraordinary degree of uncivilized behavior,” especially in New Providence, simply cannot continue. “But this country cannot and must not allow what is […]
Last week, the loud mouth of the party, the darling of the business page, gave up the ghost on behalf of his pal and master Sarkis Izmirlian. Dionysio D’Aguilar, one time leader of the Chamber of Commerce told the press that the entire Board of Bahamar had resigned. They admitted and bowed to the inevitable. With the Receiver […]