With just about 15 months in office and with some 45 months left for them to do something, the Free National Movement and their leader and leaders just seem lost in space. They make one blunder after the next. They seem so insensitive to public opinion. It is hard to believe that these are the […]
From the Office of the Chairman of the Progressive Liberal Party On The Conduct of the Speaker of the House of Assembly For Immediate Release 25 July 2018 The PLP continues to object to the conduct of the Speaker of the House of Assembly toward members of the PLP in the people’s House. Today the […]
Statement by Glenys Hanna Martin, MP for Englerston in response to FNM Chairman release: Thursday July 26th, 2018. The FNM Chairman has no credibility. He is a pure political propagandist and apologist for an organization that has backtracked and flip flopped on its solemn pledges to the Bahamian people and betrayed their trust. His press […]
Nassau, Bahamas – (Preliminary Results Labour Force Survey – May 2018) Since November 2017, employment has increased by 4,525 persons (or 2.2%) from 203,730 to 208,255 in May 2018. There were increases in both the number of employed and unemployed persons. However, there was no significant change in the unemployment rate between November […]
THE PRE CONVENTION SOIREE 27 July 2018 Gambier House, Lynden Pindling Centre, Nassau Hosted and organized by Deputy Chair Robyn Lynes
The star of the show was Bishop Michael Curry, who heads the Episcopal Church in the United States. He became an even bigger star earlier this year when he preached a sermon about love at the Royal Wedding in Windsor, United Kingdom when Prince Harry and Meghan Markell got married. He was in Nassau to […]
Speaker of the House of Assembly gave one maudlin, rambling, over wrought statement in the House after disrespecting once again Philip Davis, the PLP Leader and Glenys Hanna Martin MP for Englerston. He spoke on 26 July. The PLP issued the statement below as a result of his actions the previous day. In his statement […]
Last week there was yet another one of these wacky, crazy interventions from the former President of the Court of Appeal Joan Sawyer, a one woman wrecking crew. She helped to torpedo the women’s equality amendment to the constitution. She campaigned vigorously for the removal of the PLP with one wacky statement after the next. […]
The following statement was issued by Leader of the PLP Philip Brave Davis MP QC From The Office of the Leader of The PLP On The Passing Of Bishop Rodney Roberts For Immediate Release 25 July 2018 This morning it is my sad duty to offer condolences to the family of my friend and supporter […]
From The Office of the Leader Of The PLP On The Passing Of Phenton Neymour For Immediate Release 24 July 2018 We have lost a comrade at arms in the battle for our country with the passing of Phenton Neymour. He was a soldier in the army. He gave his best. He has left us […]
We salute the lawyers for Shane Gibson, the former MP that has been charged under the victor’s justice doctrine of the FNM Government with offences of moral turpitude against the Commonwealth of The Bahamas. His lawyers filed an action basically saying the whole thing is trumped up and coached and isn’t worth the paper it’s […]
Senator Fred Mitchell with good friends Michael and Ruth Ellis at Mt Tabor this morning 22 July celebrating their 50th anniversary with their children, grandchildren, other family and friends. Congratulations.
Pictured Sean McWeeney Q C with his son Sean Gregory and wife Cyprianna at the younger McWeeney’s call to the Bar in London. Congratulations
Lest there be any doubt, we have the birth certificate to prove the racial mix of the dubiously appointed national hero Sir Roland Symonette, who headed the racist regime of the United Bahamian Party (UBP) before being displaced by Lynden Pindling and the PLP. Turns out Pop Symonette had a lick of the brush.
MINISTRY OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS SAYS HAITIAN EMBASSY OFFICIAL INTERFERED IN DOMESTIC ISSUE NASSAU, Bahamas — The Ministry of Foreign of Affairs said yesterday that a Haitian Embassy official interfered in the domestic affairs of The Bahamas, the Guardian reported on July 26. The ministry was responding to an article that appeared in The Tribune on Tuesday […]
In the wee wee hours of the morning of 24 July, the Department of Immigration set about to move into the shanty towns and arrest the lawbreakers. They netted 35 people together with the police and the defence force. The Human Rights community howled saying that it was simply an excuse to attack Haitians. That’s […]
South Andros MP Picewell Forbes went fishing in the pale moonlight on the landing at Brigadier’s in Fresh Creek on 27 July2018 with Administrator Glen Nairn. We are looking for stew shad and grits.
Leader of the Opposition Philip Davis took the FNM Government and their lame Prime Minister Hubert Minnis to school and ate his lunch on Thursday 26th July when speaking on the Economic Empowerment Zone Bull which the FNM says will boost construction in the Over-The-Hill areas of New Providence. Mr. Davis pointed out that all […]