Senator Fred Mitchell and Leader of the Opposition Philip Davis at the GSSS Championship game at Loyola Hall 15 February 2020. The Champions are the Doris Johnson Basketball team, the second year in a row. Congratulations to Headmaster Jimmy Clarke and Coach Denycko Bowles. In the bottom photo Amad Burns, Evan Widsom, PLP Leader Philip […]
Because they are vex over the Junkanoo results, they have said they are not playing anymore. Besides being a silly and childish thing to do, it is simply unsustainable.
This is the group headed by Sir Franklyn Wilson who in the 1970s decided that Black men they could make a difference in the economy. Bradley Roberts was among them. Slowly but surely they have all checked out but have left a legacy of powerful companies and they have made a difference in the Black […]
The photo looks like a vintage photo taken with the now Leader of the Opposition Loretta Butler Turner before she reached today’s exalted heights. They seem to be a crew from Fox Hill. Wonder what she was doing there? Circulated on What’s App 5 January. It was posted on her Facebook Page and she said […]
So The Bahamas has won another medal with the bronze being captured at the Olympics on 20 August in Rio in the 4 by four hundred relay. They didn’t get the gold they got the last time. The team wasn’t the same. Demetrius Pinder was said to be in a sulk somewhere and Ramon Miller was […]
Altamese Isaacs is the office administrator of the Fox Hill Constituency office. Her grandson Marvin Hanna married Christal Payne of Bermuda and with them are his buddy Nicholas Mitchell, the nephew of Fred Mitchell MP, Minister of Foreign Affairs. The wedding took place at Holy Spirit Anglican Church on 30th April.
Andre Rollins MP (left) and Renward Wells MP (right) after joining the FNM with FNM voter Paul Willie in the middle. It is a Tribune photo. In announcing they were joining the FNM, Mr. Wells said: “… my fate would not be determined by men but my fate would be determined by God in whom […]
In The Nassau Guardian 17th June, he said: ( On Renward Wells MP) I think for a man who was promoted to be an Einstein, a supposedly brilliant fellow, his conduct with that letter of intent is the mark of an ignorant person. No parliamentarian with an iota of experience would have signed a letter […]