THE HURRICANE IRMA SACRES THE BEJESUS OUT OF US

There is the hurricane. It has certain physical elements. The wind speed. The howls of the wind. The surge of the tide. The full moon maybe. The rain. The floods. Those facts are bad enough. But in the modern era there is something else at work. In the pre-Columbian days, the Arawaks, Tainos, Lucayans simply […]

Michael Missick In Turks And Caicos Is. Post Hurricane Irma

The following was posted by the former Premier of the Turks and Caicos Islands on his Facebook page 8 September: It is unacceptable that that the Premier and the government has not visited The Hardest hit Areas of the country 12 hours after the Storm has passed. There is no word from Grand Turk, South […]

Ministry of Foreign Affairs On Hurricane Relief Fund

Statement from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs  On The Bahamas Hurricane Restoration Fund For Immediate Release 13 October 2016 As a result of an inaccurate and unauthorized social media post by one of our staff members concerning the legitimacy of the Bahamas Hurricane Restoration Fund, cialis usa the Ministry of Foreign Affairs wishes to reaffirm […]

THE HURRICANE RELIEF PRESS Conference

Prime Minister Perry Christie announced on Wednesday 14th October that he had taken personal charge of the hurricane relief effort but had put in place a highly trained and experienced technical officer to help organize the effort.  With that former Director of Works Melanie Roach became the czar for hurricane  relief.  The Prime Minister made […]

HURRICANE RUMOURS… ONLY BIS GIVES OFFICIAL INFORMATION PLEASE

At Stella Maris, Long Island    In Moss Town , Exuma The Bahamas was awash with rumours today and yesterday as the hurricane went off into the north  and into infamy.  The reports of 30 dead and 8 dead are false.  The Prime Minister and a political and technical team went to some of the […]

REPORT FROM THE NEMA ON THE HURRICANE DAMAGE

Acklins: flooding has been reported, ask significant flooding reported in Snug Corner and Mason’s Bay. Five houses were destroyed in Mason’s Bay, and four in Snug Corner; but there no injuries reported. All residents were accounted for in the visited settlements. Power outages have been reported. Crooked Island: Attempts are still being undertaken to establish […]