09/10/17 9 AM
The following was posted by Premier of the Turks and Caicos Islands Sharlene Cartwright Robinson 9 September on the damage wrought by Hurricane Irma:
Premier’s update:
Got into Grand Turk today by Cayman Islands Police Helicopter. As reported already, there is much structural damage to homes, businesses and Government buildings, no lives lost. LIME will travel there tomorrow to begin its work to restore connectivity. A state of emergency has been declared for Grand Turk.
Salt Cay was reached today where Police were able to speak with 12 of 16 persons who remained on the Island. Structural damage.
Police traveled into South Caicos. Confirmed the Reports that was already received by me from the DC. Considerable damage and no loss of life is the case. I had an aerial view and will travel tomorrow to South Caicos. Relief has been organised for South for tomorrow.
Relief items are being organised as well for Grand Turk.
Emergency aid and relief continues to come in tomorrow…boats and planes.
Full update on Monday morning.
Electricity and communication (phone) is top priority as we provide relief items.


10/25/15 12 AM

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NASSAU, THE BAHAMAS – Heads of Mission of the Commonwealth of The Bahamas visited several schools around the country to educate students on the role of the Bahamian Foreign Service on the world stage during a Speaking Tour of Grand Bahama, Andros, Abaco, Cat Island and Eleuthera.

The Speaking Tour is one of the activities organized by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Immigration (MOFAI) in recognition of the 2nd Annual Diplomatic Week, October 18-24, and serves as a forum to strengthen and deepen bilateral and multilateral relations with some 70 countries. The special week also provides an effective arena to extend The Bahamas’ campaign for election to the United Nations’ Human Rights Council and re-election to the International Maritime Organization.

The theme for this week is “Diplomacy: Positioning for the Future Toward New Approaches, Tools and Methods for Implementing New Goals.”

Consul General to Miami Ricardo Treco with Principal Galanis of Central Eleuthera High School and students of the school band. (MOFAI Photo/Charles Walkine) 

Among the presenters were His Excellency Eldred Bethel, High Commissioner to the United Kingdom; Her Excellency Alma Adams, Ambassador to the Republic of Cuba; Her Excellency Rhoda Jackson, Ambassador and Permanent Representative of The Bahamas to the United Nations (UN) Office and other International Organizations in Geneva; His Excellency Picewell Forbes, High Commissioner to CARICOM; and Ricardo Treco, Consul General to Miami. Each presenter was accompanied by a Foreign Officer — Granville Butler, Raylene Ferguson, Erica Ward, Wilfred Adderley and Charles Walkine.

The presenters visited Central Eleuthera High School (Eleuthera); Arthur’s Town High School, Old Bight High School (Cat Island); St. George’s High School (Grand Bahama); S.C. Bootle High School, Abaco Central High (Abaco); Mangrove Cay High School and Burnt Rock Primary School (Andros). 


Annamae Clarke, Principal of Mangrove Cay High School, Her Excellency Alma Adams, Ambassador to the Republic of Cuba, and Glenn Lightbourne, Island Administrator of Andros. 

His Excellency Eldred Bethel, High Commissioner to the United Kingdom, speaks with students of St. George’s High School. (MOFAI Photo/Granville Butler) 

Her Excellency Alma Adams, Ambassador to the Republic of Cuba, speaks to students of Burnt Rock Primary School, Swain’s Settlement, Andros. 

Students of Old Bight High School with Garth King, District Superintendent for Education, and High Commissioner His Excellency Picewell Forbes. (MOFAI Photo/ Wilfred Adderley) 

Students of the S. C. Bootle High School, Abaco, pose with Her Excellency Rhoda Jackson, Ambassador and Permanent Representative of The Bahamas to the United Nations (UN) Office in Geneva.


Dotson Says To Close The Country Down… Irresponsible

06/28/15 1 PM

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08/24/14 2 PM

19th August is a date that will live in infamy.  That is the date that the evil one came to power in 1992 and turned the country back a whole generation in progress.  Uncle Tom took over the cabin.  We have not been the same since.  So the hapless Dr. Hubert Minnis, generic viagra sovaldi sale Leader of the rump that now calls itself FNM, viagra canada were celebrating in church, hospital longing for the old days to comeback.  Alas their fallen leader the evil one was missing and they were left to celebrate on their own.  The rest of the country was in mourning.


Remembering How The FNM Messed Up This Country (posted on Facebook)

08/10/14 1 PM

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Thank you FNM.