JONATHAN ASH MAKES A RUN FOR IT | 20th April 2020

The man is a criminal thug. Jonathan Ash, the star witness for the Crown in the botched up cases of false information against Shane Gibson and Kenred Dorsett. The Attorney General must surely know that he needs to drop the case against Mr. Dorsett. Jonathan Ash is not a credible witness. How long must this […]

PYL Vice Chair T’Sean Mott Speaks On Covid 19 | 9 April 2020

The government’s initial response to the first case of Covid-19 was a curfew between the hours of 9:00 p.m. and 5:00 a.m. This response was deemed appropriate by the opposition, medical professionals and even citizens. As cases of Covid-19 gradually rose and spread to different islands, the government’s response was to impose a 24-hour lockdown […]

THE CHRIS BROWN INVITATIONAL 16 April

Prime Minister Perry Christie with Chris Brown    Chris Brown addresses the crowds as the Prime Minister Perry Christie and the Minister of Sports Danny Johnson look on.    Prime Minister Perry Christie from the Sky Box at the Tommy Robinson Stadium    Spectators at the Chris Brown Invitational Saturday 16 April  He has been […]

THIS WEEK IN THE BAHAMAS (28 MARCH TO 1 APRIL)

By Elcott Coleby ‘Toggie’ and ‘Bobo’ in police custody The two young men from Bain Town who were thrust in the national spotlight recently as being at the center of a conspiracy to commit murder members of the Save the Bays organization were confirmed to be in police custody on Thursday. The men were reportedly […]

THE WEEK IN REVIEW BY ELCOTT COLEBY (27 APRIL – 1 MAY, 2015)

“It is common knowledge that the Government has been seeking a permanent solution to our challenged electrical systems and administration by way of a Request for Proposal (RFP) Process. This solution proposes to create efficiencies which will allow for significant reductions in the cost of energy, increased energy security, environmental responsibility, reliability, and increased competitiveness […]

COMMUNICATION BY FRED MITCHELL MP MINISTER OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS AND IMMIGRATION House of Assembly 22 April 2015 On 80th anniversary of St Anselm’s Church

THIS WEEK IN THE BAHAMAS BY ELCOTT COLEBY (13-17 APRIL 2015)

Urban Renewal Co-Chair responds to Auditor General Report Responding to the Auditor General’s report on the Small Homes Repair Program, Co-Chair of the Urban Renewal Commission Algernon Allen said that in respect of the 11 contractors cited for failing to complete their designated scope of works valued at over $170,000, “we’ve already taken them out […]