THEME GROUP SPONSOR 1956 United Nations Eastern Group Kelly’s Hardware 1957 The Pirates Chippie K.F. Butler/Charley’s Men Shop 1958 East Bay East Bay Service Station 1959 Sands Real Estate 1960 Scottish Highlanders Valley Boys City Lumber Yard 1961 Roman Soldiers Chippie Butler & Sands 1962 Valley Gamblers Valley Boys Butler & Sands 1963 Dewar’s Scotch […]
Adrian Fox, a businessman, who hails form Kemp Road, held the annual party for the underprivileged as his way of giving back to his community on Thursday 20 December 2018. A great time was had by all.
MP Glenys Hanna Martin asked the question of her colleagues the other day about whether or not they in the PLP were living in an alternative universe. She said she had just seen a picture of the Prime Minister Hubert Minnis laughing away with his colleague Desmond Bannister, the Minister of Works. They were happy […]
As we approach Christmas, we have to point out how sad things seem to be in this country. The traditional good cheer will not be available this year because of a combination of factors: the meanness of the people who run the country and the fact that there is simply no money in the circulation. […]
A businessman in the mining business wants to start a securities company here an have it listed on the Bahamas Stock Exchange (BISX). So, in order to find out the lay of the land, he made a purpose trip to The Bahamas and Nassau to meet with officials for appointments agreed in advance: one with […]
The Prime Minister Hubert Minnis, that’s the man in the pink shirt on the left of the photo, was in Mayaguana, he says as part of his tour of the Family Islands, to bring all of us together because we are all family. That’s just fancy FNM talk for using public monies from the Treasury […]
Kevin Simmons is seen at the Nassau Docks preparing the container to send to Cat Island for Christmas courtesy of the Leader of the Opposition Philip Davis.
The MP for Fox Hill Shonel Ferguson continues to be an embarrassment to the people of Fox Hill. First, she couldn’t get the people at the community centre paid. Now the Government plans to fire all the staff at the Centre and say they will rehire them in February. Then she herself can’t keep herself […]
They were all smiles for the passing out of the new police officers on 20 December. The baby faced crime fighters will now be loosed upon The Bahamas. And not a minute too soon: 13 murders in 17 days and 93 for the year to date. They are killing them two at a time.
This is a picture of Adrian Gibson, the MP for Long Island and Desmond Bannister, the Minister of Works. The two of them look like the characters from the movie the Blues Brothers. This photo was taken on the top of the hill at the Columbus Monument in North Long Island. At last they have […]
Coach Denykco Bowles of the Doris Johnson Senior High School coaching staff was married to Heather Bain on Saturday 15 December at the St John’s Church by Rev. T G Morrison. St John’s is the former Ms. Bain’s father’s church the late Rev. Hervis Bain. Spectacular event. It was a very happy affair. Congratulations to […]
Statement from Senator Fred Mitchell Former MP for Fox Hill 19 December 2018 On The Fox Hill Community Centre For Immediate Release In yesterday’s press ( 18 December 2018), I read statements by the Minister of National Security Marvin Dames that essentially trashed the people who work at the Fox Hill Community Centre and trashed […]
Statement by the Office of the Chairman of the PLP The 2018 Caribbean Travel Award For Immediate Release 19th December 2018 The Progressive Liberal Party congratulates the people of The Bahamas and especially for the working stakeholders in our number one industry on winning the Caribbean Travel Award for best destination of the year 2018. […]
Scenes from Fox Hill PLP Branch meeting 19 December 2018 at Sandilands Primary School. Senator Fred Mitchell making presentations to the executives at the Christmas dinner.
For nearly 70 years, the establishment in the United States built up a construct based on institutions which were to look out for the common good of the world. Their constitution, they boasted, prevented the kind of autocracy and tyranny that had plagued the old empires of Europe and Asia. In one election in 2016, […]
One of the passengers inconvenienced by Bahamasair on the weekend of rolling problems for the airline was Philip Davis, the Leader of the Opposition. Mr. Davis was supposed to have taken a day trip to Ft. Lauderdale for the funeral of a family member: going out first thing Friday 21 December and returning that evening. […]