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Deaths In Long Island By Murder

The following statement is from the Chairman of the Progressive Liberal Party: On The Homicides In Long Island For Immediate Release 29 February 2020 We are deeply saddened and disturbed by the news of the two deaths by apparent homicide in Long Island. Our sympathies go out to the families of the deceased and to […]

A Tribute To Sir Henry In Long Island

11 July 2018, the Chairman of the PLP Senator Fred Mitchell led a special service to commemorate the life and times of Sir Henry Taylor, co-founder of the PLP with the late William Cartwright and Cyril Stevenson. Sir Henry served as Chairman of the PLP from 1953 to 1963 and as Chairman Emeritus after that.  […]

MCALPINE TOOK A LONG TIME TO GET THERE BUT HE DID

“We told the people take the job and vote FNM. The other people told them if they vote FNM they will lose their jobs. We said it’s not so. THE PEOPLE LOSE THE JOB!” June 7th, 2018.— Frederick McAlpine MP Pineridge When Frederick McAlpine the rogue FNM MP got up to speak in the House […]

The Transport Minister Did He Lie About The Oil Spill In Long Island?

Adrian Gibson, the man this side of crazy, who sits as the MP for Long Island, had another complaint.  You add this to the one where he was not chosen as a minister of the government by Hubert Minnis.  Mr. Gibson told the House of Assembly on 6th December that the barge which ran aground […]

GLADSTONE THURSTON WRITES FROM LONG ISLAND

The following was posted on the Facebook page of Gladstone Thurston, who is a former Tribune writer and former employee of the Bahamas Information Services.  He is bitterly anti PLP but the letter gives a perspective on where the FNM is right now: SETTING LONG ISLANDERS UP FOR THE SWING Every time I observe the […]

BRIAN SEYMOUR WRITES FROM FREEPORT ABOUT A LONG AGO ABACO STORM

On September 6, viagra 1932, the island of Abaco was rocked by a Category Five hurricane.  This hurricane has come to be known as the GREAT ABACO HURRICANE.  This storm had wind speeds up to 200 miles per hour.  When it was over, reports are that 16 people perished, and 300 injured.  According to records, […]

Long Island Gets Water No Thanks To Loretta Butler Turner

The people of Long Island have been suffering for some time from of all things the lack of a water truck owned by the Water and Sewerage Corporation.  That water truck carried fresh water to areas not served by the reverse osmosis plant in Deadman’s Cay, viagra canada viagra the islands main settlement.  The people […]