Kelly Burrows Writes From Freeport On Public Attire

Dear. Editor! Firstly, I’m not professing to be an authority on proper attire and when? but, my Hospitality training over the last 50 years still holds firm today, and having been told on many occasions with the numerous amount of seminars, courses, I have attended throughout the United States, becoming a Certified Hospitality Trainer from […]

HUBERT MINNIS  IS OUT OF HIS LEAGUE

A GUEST COMMENT ABOUT THE PRIME MINISTER Recently the media has released that the Prime Minister, the Hon. Hubert A. Minnis has lead his inflated delegation (that we know about) to Lima, Peru for the Summit of the Americas. This is a meeting where, various world leaders congregate to discuss bilateral and multilateral matters of […]

THE STATS SHOW THE FNM IN THE TANK

M’Wale Rahming: Public Domain Pollster New Poll Numbers One-Year After FNM Takes Office April 2018 polling shows that since the May 2017 election, public satisfaction in the Free National Movement administration has been on a steady decline. April 11th, 2018—Nassau, Bahamas—Public Domain, the premier market and opinion research firm in The Bahamas, has released its […]

MITCHELL ON CORNED BEEF AND DR. SANDS

From The Office Of The Chairman Of The Progressive Liberal Party Responding to the Communication of Dr Duane Sands in the House 11 April on corned beef For Immediate Release 12 April 2018 On Sunday 8 April, I released on behalf of the PLP a statement in which I questioned the efficacy of the FNM […]

JEFF LLOYD NICE PICTURE BUT THE KIDS SUFFER

This is a pretty picture of the little pre-school kids welcoming the Minister of Education Jeffery Lloyd to their school.  That’s all very nice but the children of Sandilands Primary School and the Fox Hill catchment area for pre-school children have nothing to celebrate.  Their children have no pre-school.  This is so despite the fact […]