PLP leaders met in Freeport with those who aspire to be candidates in the next general election for the module for aspirant candidates 28 to 30 September. There was a public meeting on 29 September at PLP Headquarters. Leader Philip Brave Davis, Chair Fred Mitchell, Deputy Chair Robyn Lynes, Senator Clay Sweeting, Deputy Leader Chester […]
One of his colleagues speaking to the Leader of the Opposition Philip Davis corrected Mr. Davis when he said that the Attorney General’s office was in shambles. “No”, said the Minister, “ Not the Office of the Attorney General, it’s the Attorney General”. One cannot help but think that, now that Carl Bethel Q C, […]
From The Office of The Chairman of The PLP On AG Declaring Ashe To Be A Whistleblower For Immediate Release 26 September 2018 We are incredulous today after reading an incredible headline about the star witness in the Government’s signature case of alleged corruption. The Attorney General Carl Bethel has declared Johnathan Ashe to be […]
We are watching very carefully what is happening in the United States with regard to the sexual harassment issues which have been raised with the confirmation of a Judge to the United States Supreme Court. Given that this era is that of the Pax Americana and the reach of the US and its legal institutions […]
The Prime Minister of The Bahamas Hubert Minnis with his wife Patricia and U S President Donald Trump with his wife Melania in the formal shot at the US Reception for the U N meeting for Heads of Government. The picture was taken on Monday 24 September at the Lotte New York Palace Hotel, These […]
We cannot say it enough about this character that has been elected to be President of the United States. What an absolutely bloody disgrace for their country to have the kind of crude and boorish leadership that they now have. Just when you think that it can get no lower, this fellow lowers the bar […]
Bill Cosby, the American actor and comedian, was convicted of rape. A rape that happened decades ago. It seems most unfair. He has been sentenced to three to ten years in prison. All the high-minded morality and hypocrisy of the United Sates has come out over the last year with this stuff about “Me Too” […]
On 2nd October 2013 this photo and caption appeared: Grand Bahama Shipyard Helps to Restore Iconic Nassau Conch. Toby Smith, while helping his daughter with a project decided to restore sculptures made by Stephen Burrows, including the iconic conch which was created in 1980, and was displayed on the roundabout near the Nassau International Airport. […]
These days the expression as fat as an FNM Cabinet Minister is growing in resonance. Since these folks have come to office they have eaten so much it appears that they are fat as butterball turkeys from the Minister of Health on down. It is quite pronounced when you don’t have the stature to wear […]
It was like a pilgrim’s progress. The PLP said nothing because complaining about the size of a delegation for travel is so stupid. The only thing that needed to be pointed out was the hypocrisy of it all. The hypocrisy and deceit of complaining in opposition abut the size of traveling delegations for The Bahamas, […]
If this weren’t so serious, you have to laugh. The Minister of Transport Renward Wells overwhelmed by going to the United Nations. No wonder we are getting duped into buying a dead hotel for 65 million dollars. We have these people who ain’t used to nothing in power. Proof! See what he wrote on his […]
On 2 September, the Royal Bahamas Police Force announced that they had some new equipment in the form of a laser camera to judge speeds. Since that time, they have been on the roads with a vengeance. Of course, speed is an issue on our roads as we are finding out with one traffic accident […]
The beauty of this place is unbelievable. Disney, the entertainment and shipping behemoth from the United States, wants to bring a cruise ship dock right up to the far-left peninsula in the background of the picture. A group called One Eleuthera Foundation wants to stop it. They are Bahamians but backed by rich second home […]
Senator Fred Mitchell in Tarpum Bay saying thank you to outgoing treasurer Johnny Butler of the Central and South Eleuthera Branch of the PLP 24 September. Listen to Senator Mitchell’s address to the Branch delivered on 24 September. The running time is 50 minutes.
The Rev’d Chitan R. D. Thompson and The Rev’d Fr. Bryton Ward ordained to the Sacred Ministry this past week. Two new priests now joining ministry in service to GOD. They were ordained by Bishop Laish Boyd on 21 September 2018 in Christ Church Cathedral.
Travis Fernander and Eric Miller were ordained on 26 September 2018 at Christ Church Cathedral by Bishop Laish Boyd.
The PLP held a meeting for the constituencies of the central region of New Providence. Headlining the meeting was Leader Philip Davis and he was joined by Chester Cooper, Deputy Leader, Glenys Hanna Martin, MP Englerston, Cheryl Bazard and Secretary General Barbara Cartwright. The meeting was held in Centreville at the Columbus Primary School on […]
25 September in Marsh Harbour, Abaco, the Royal Bahamas Police Force and the American Drug Enforcement Agency held a high-profile raid on 25 September. They took in 26 people under arrest, flown by a U S Coastguard C 130 transport to Nassau for processing. Net result money and drugs confiscated with some small arms. Four […]
Audrey Wright, sister of the cultural icon Patricia Bazard who just died a few months ago, has now herself gone on. She was 68 and victim of the ubiquitous cancer disease. Mrs. Wright is survived by her children and her spouse former Ambassador Carlton Wright. She was a musician and choir director and a cultural […]