MP Picewell Forbes joins his brother Ricardo who was formally installed.
There were two landings: One off James Cistern, Eleuthera. The other in Venice Bay, New Providence.
This is the 156 million dollar man. The man whose net worth in what he said was a badly run economy by the PLP increased in five years by 100 million dollars. Quite a haul. He got re-elected to office after a five-year hiatus. You had to ask yourself why would a man worth 156 […]
The following story was written by Rashad Rolle of The Tribune on 25 May: By RASHAD ROLLE Tribune Staff Reporter firstname.lastname@example.org A PROPOSAL to construct a cemetery on Bernard Road has been rejected by the Town Planning Committee, The Tribune understands. Asked to confirm this yesterday, Charles Zonicle, director of the Department of Physical Planning, said: “A […]
20-24th June 2018 Gambier House, Lynden Pindling Centre The Chairman of the Progressive Liberal Party makes the following announcement today for all party members and supporters: Module For Aspirant Applicants For Candidacies for Public Office In The Progressive Liberal Party Wednesday 20 June to Sunday 24 June 2018 Place: PLP Headquarters, Lynden Pindling Centre at […]
From The Office of The Chair of The Progressive Liberal Party On Congratulations to the New Government of Barbados 25 May 2018 The PLP has extended congratulations to the new Prime Minister of Barbados Mia Mottley on her historic 30 to 0 victory in yesterday’s general election. Chairman of the PLP Senator Fred Mitchell who […]
NASSAU, BAHAMAS: Bahamasair wishes to clarify earlier reports regarding the purported events of May 22, 2018. After taking off from LPIA en-route to Marsh Harbour, Bahamasair flight 137, an ATR 42 encountered traffic on the climb out of Nassau. This was confirmed by both onboard systems and LPIA Air Traffic Control. As a result, […]
We have over the past year sited chapter and verse of the peccadillos of the Free National Movement with regard to their performance in Government. They lied to the Bahamian people about what was happening in the country and with the PLP. PLPs accepted along with masses of other people that story. The propaganda job […]
Dionysio D’Aguilar, the Minister of Tourism, was the laughing stock of the country last week as he ate crow. He was the one who said that the Bahamar project was a bad deal and that the people who were involved in its purchase and redevelopment were crooks. Now with the Rosewood, the last of the […]
Questions prepared for The Tribune but released generally Q. Could you recount what it was like for you hearing Baha Mar filed for bankruptcy when it did? A. I can do no better than repeat the words of Prime Minister Christie (PM Christie) – the Government was blindsided by the Developer’s Chapter 11 filing. Please […]
With one year behind us, the PLP should now begin to pivot. It looks as though the PLPs are finally beginning to stop whining and crying about losing in 2017. The question now is what for the future. In our next five year term, we know that we have to create some 70,000 jobs if […]
( The brother of the Chair of the PLP Branch in Eight Mile Rock introduced himself as the head of an HIV support and advocacy group in that island. It was a surprise because in these days and times, you get the impression that HIV and AIDS are the last things on the minds of […]