THE PASSING OF GEORGE COX

George And Setella Cox If you were born in the 1950s 1960s and 1970s, maybe even the 1980s, and a stranger asked you to name the Bahamian couple who epitomized panache, grace, class, quiet elegance, unobtrusive good sense, beauty and serenity, a good marriage, great professionals, a perfect family, you would think of Georgie and […]

THE GEORGE COX FUNERAL IN PICTURES

By Peter Ramsay Of The Bahamas Information Services 28 March 2018 St Anselm’s Church, Fox Hill Son the artists John Cox with his wife Erica and children Xelter and Story Archbishop Patrick Pinder with Senator Fred Mitchell Archbishop Patrick Pinder greets nieces Mary El Faturi and Denny Burnside Archbishop Patrick Pinder greets John Cox Son […]

REECE CHIPMAN MP FNM THROWS MINNIS A CURVE BALL

They say that 24 hours is a lifetime in politics.  Last week proved to be just that.  Reece Chipman, the MP for Centreville, who won his seat for the FNM by 4 votes against the incumbent Prime Minister Perry Christie was fired on Saturday 24 March as Chairman of the Antiquities Corporation.  There was a […]

MITCHELL ADDRESSES FOX HILL PLP

The monthly branch meeting of the Fox Hill PLP Branch took place on Wednesday 28th March.  Senator Fred Mitchell, PLP Caretaker for the Fox Hill Constituency,  was the guest speaker.  He spoke to the current issues: the Fox Hill Community Centre, the Post Office building, the Americans lying on the PLP, Marvin Danes comments about […]

Banquet For BJ

29th March 2018 Friends and well-wishers gathered in advance of the Carifta Games opening on Thursday 29 arch to honour Bernard J. Nottage, who passed away last year. Dr. Nottage brought the Carifta Games to The Bahamas.  The games are being held in his honour.  Lord Sebastian Coe from the International Association of Athletics Federations […]

Friends Of Shonel Ferguson MP Beg For The Keys To The Community Centre

It seems a bit of  a shame that an MP for an area would have friends going around ten months after the general election telling people that the reason the MP for Fox Hill Shonel Ferguson can’t do her job is because the PLP is stopping her from getting the keys to the community centre […]

Barry Griffin On The Jerome Sawyer Programme On The Record

29th March 2018 Representatives of the two major parties in The Bahamas the PLP and the FNM sent their youth arm representatives to speak to the issue of youth in politics in The Bahamas on the Jerome Sawyer Programme On The Record. The programme aired on 29the March. From left to right Tevin Bannister Torchbearers. […]

Theresa Moxey To Have An Official Funeral

Nassau, Bahama – The Cabinet Office announced today that an Official Funeral will be held for the late Hon. Theresa Moxey-Ingraham, former Cabinet Minister, Senator and Parliamentarian, on Friday, 6th April, 2018 at 11:00 a.m. at St. Agnes Anglican Church, Baillou Hill Road.  Interment will follow at Lakeview Memorial Gardens & Mausoleums, J. F. Kennedy […]

Sebass Says Adrian Gibson MP And Dionysio D’Aguillar Don’t Know Anything

Tribune photo 28th March The Tribune has reported that Sebass Bastian hit back at critics of the sector Minister of Tourism Dionysio D’Aguillar and Adrian Gibson MP for Long Island. The two have been saying in the press that the sector is saturated and that it may have to be pared back.  Mr. Bastian who […]

Problems With Non-Unionized Environment At Bahamar

  Bahamar will be the largest employer in the tourism sector pretty soon, if the present trend of downsizing by Atlantis continues and the ramping up of the sector continues at Bahamar.  The problem is that Bahamar as a behemoth in the sector does not have a unionized environment.  The Bahamas Hotel Catering and Allied […]

Chester Cooper Responds To The Prime Minister’s Threat

STATEMENT BY CHESTER COOPER, PLP DEPUTY LEADER, IN RESPONSE TO PM MINNIS’ OMINOUS ADVICE March 26, 2018 Having heard an interview conducted by local media with Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis today in which he urged me to “be careful” when pointing out the fact that he misled the House of Assembly on the Oban […]