Senator Fred Mitchell joins Senator JoBeth Coleby Davis and Latrae Rahming at the Elizabeth Branch meeting 29 January 2020 at Doris Johnson Senior School.
Originally appeared in the Nassau Guardian The governing Free National Movement (FNM) launched its bid for re-election last week on a foundation of disinformation, misleading some of this country’s most disenfranchised communities in a telling signal that the Bahamian people could be in for a political period marked by desperation and untoward attempts to maintain […]
Senator Fred Mitchell with Leader of the Opposition Philip Davis with the coaches of Sunland School and St George’s High 24 January 2020.
The following statement was delivered by the Leader of the Opposition at his press conference in Freeport, Grand Bahama after his site visit to the east end of the island: STATEMENT BY THE HON PHILIP BRAVE DAVIS QC MP Leader of the Opposition At Freeport Press Conference For Immediate Release 24 January 2020 Today I […]
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Government House announced on New Year’s Eve, that 26 Bahamians from all walks of life have been named in Her Majesty the Queen’s 2016 New Year’s Honours list for exemplary service to the country. Receiving top honours or Knighthoods of the Most Distinguished Order of Saint Michael and Saint George are Franklin Wilson for services […]
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The big event last week of course was the Prime Minister’s trip to China both as the chairman of CARICOM and as Bahamas Prime Minister to seek greater trade opportunities for the Bahamian people. Ministers of his delegation and others used the occasion of Parliament to update members about that trade mission and other policy […]
Majority Rule Day Observed in Schools By Kathryn Campbell Bahamas Information Services NASSAU, The Bahamas – Schools throughout the nation held special assemblies recognizing the important milestone in Bahamian history –Majority Rule Day, January 10. Six of those schools in New Providence observing the 48th anniversary of Majority Rule with special assemblies on Friday […]