The Funeral Of Felix Seymour

Foreign Minister Fred Mitchell with Brian Seymour, Cathy his wife, his brother Kirk, Parliamentary Secretary Cleola Hamilton and Mr. Mitchell at the interment of Felix Seymour in Freeport 12 March.  The photo was taken in Grand Bahama Memorial Park.  Mr. Seymour, a retired hotelier, was buried following a service at Christ The King Anglican Church in Freeport. He was […]

Deputy Prime Minister Responds To The Tribune

10 March 2016 Statement by The Hon. Philip Brave Davis Deputy Prime Minister of the Commonwealth of The Bahamas The use of an untested affidavit to make allegations that smear my character is irresponsible. It is astounding that a newspaper of record would stoop to such nonsense. This is indeed a new low even for […]

Keod Smith Responds To The Tribune

Statement issued by Keod Smith, Attorney and former Member of Parliament in response to allegations contained in The Tribune and The Punch publications of Thursday 10th March 2016: The Bahamian people would know that for almost three years since it was revealed and documented as an easily verifiable fact that Louis Bacon is the great […]

Bahamians Deported From The United States

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 11th March 2016 Ministry of Foreign Affairs (via the Bahamas Information Services) The government of The Bahamas wishes to acknowledge and advise of the landing of twenty-three Bahamians deported from the United States on Thursday 10 March. This landing follows new Immigration and Customs enforcement (ICE) procedures by United States authorities for […]


Officials of the Department of Social Services, drugstore Ministry of Social Services and Community Development, on Monday, March 7, 2016 launched the Enrollment Phase of the RISE (Renewing, Inspiring, Sustaining, Empowering), the Conditional Cash Transfer Programme designed to elevate challenged Bahamians out of poverty. With phase one covering registration, the third and fourth phases will cover Targeting […]


Whom the gods would destroy, they first make mad—Longfellow There is a very bitter and lonely widow sitting at her computer out in Camperdown every day God sends, spewing bile and bitterness in every direction.  She cannot help herself.  Lynden Pindling defeated all the old values: prejudice, racism, white superiority, British colonialism, back in 1967 and to […]