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THE WEEK IN THE BAHAMAS BY ELCOTT COLEBY (29th Dec 2014 – 2nd Jan 2015)

IMMIGRATION DEPT RESPONDS TO WEB DISINFORMATION In last week’s commentary, I reported on several vessels interdicted in Bahamian waters transporting illegal immigrants, specifically at Barre Tarre Exuma.   Well, in a race against time and with limited resources on this family island, immigration officers transported the migrants from the landing point to the relative safety […]

THIS WEEK IN THE BAHAMAS (DEC, 15 – 19, 2014) COMMENTARY BY ELCOTT COLEBY

Mitchell addressed OAS Council Foreign Affairs Minister Hon. Fred Mitchell flew to Washington DC on Sunday to attend a series of meetings that culminated in his address to the Permanent Council of the Organization of American States (OAS) on Tuesday of this week.   The new administrative measures being taken by the government of The Bahamas to strengthen the […]

THIS WEEK IN THE BAHAMAS (8 – 12 DEC 2014) BY ELCOTT COLEBY

On the eve of his ascension to the chairmanship of CARICOM, Prime Minister Christie led a ministerial delegation to Havana, Cuba on Sunday to attend the fifth CARICOM-Cuba Summit. These summits are held every three years and the locale alternates between a CARICOM country and Cuba with the last meeting being held in Trinidad and Tobago in […]

ELCOTT COLEBY’S WEEK IN THE BAHAMAS (1-5 December 2014)

With the passing of the deadline for VAT registration on 30th November, illness the Ministry of Finance warned of the issuance of fines to late registrants, but “those businesses making best efforts to register within the first few weeks after the deadline may see their fines reduced or even waived altogether” said the Ministry in a […]

THIS WEEK IN THE BAHAMAS (10 OCTOBER 2014) COMMENTARY BY ELCOTT COLEBY

This eventful week in The Bahamas saw the College of The Bahamas (COB) move one step closer to university status; the Clifton Pier oil spill Plan revealed; a delay in the Constitutional Bills and the fore showing of the Petroleum Act, best viagra cialis all as NIB turned 40. Government to borrow $16.18 million for […]

FOX HILL DAY 2014 INTO THE HISTORY BOOKS

  Nassau, cialis canada cialis Bahamas – Prime Minister, the Rt. Hon. Perry G. Christie, along with several cabinet Ministers joined residents of the Fox Hill community for their annual observation of Fox Hill day, which was celebrated on Tuesday, August 12, 2014. The Ministers visited four churches, which included: St. Paul’s Baptist Church, Macedonia […]

THE NEW MISS GRAND BAHAMA 2014 SADE COLEBROOK

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GGYA BASE 2014 VISITS INAGUA FOR INDEPENDENCE

What better way for the Governor General’s Youth Awards (GGYA) to commemorate the 41st anniversary of Bahamian Independence than by visiting the southernmost island in the Bahamian archipelago, cialis sales hospital Inagua. Scores of GGYA participants packed their backpacks for the trek in Inagua, marking the first time that the programme took BASE (The Bahamas […]