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THE SCUMBAG AT THE MINISTRY OF WORKS IS AT IT AGAIN

Obviously at the Ministry of Works, the tail wags the dog. There is a particular fellow who works there in a senior contracted position.  He was an FNM operative, the kind in the last election, who specialized in sending out nasty voice notes and video notes, filled with lies, invective and salacious falsehoods  about PLPs.  […]

Ministry Of Foreign Affairs Mishandles Bahamians Coming Home

( Editor’s Note: although this is old news, we print this because it is a sample of how the Government talks to its people during this Covid crisis. They actually think they are running a  military camp and that they are somehow doing us a great big favour.  Lots of dos and don’ts.  The arrival […]

BELINDA TELLS THE MINISTRY OF EDUCATION OFF

This letter from Belinda Wilson, Chair of the Bahamas Union Of Teachers: seems she is vex about how teachers are being treated by the Ministry. Came to our attention on Thursday 26 March 2020: Good evening DS Forbes why would you send out information accusing teachers of acting like they are on vacation? The teachers […]

The Foreign Ministry Grows Some Balls

MINISTRY OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS SAYS HAITIAN EMBASSY OFFICIAL INTERFERED IN DOMESTIC ISSUE NASSAU, Bahamas — The Ministry of Foreign of Affairs said yesterday that a Haitian Embassy official interfered in the domestic affairs of The Bahamas, the Guardian reported on July 26. The ministry was responding to an article that appeared in The Tribune on Tuesday […]

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 […]

Foreign Ministry Clarifies The Position On Secretary General

On Friday 13th November, the candidate for Secretary General of the Commonwealth Ronald Saunders spoke to The Tribune and said that he was promised the support of the Prime Minister of The Bahamas for the job of Secretary General of the Commonwealth.  The Foreign Ministry issued the following statement in reply: Statement from the Ministry […]

Foreign Ministry Responds To Inaccurate Adrian Gibson Comment

It is interesting how Adrian Gibson, for sale a Tribune columnist who is also an associate of Fred Smith QC, publishes a letter which purportedly came from people detained in the prison on suspicion of being a security risk to The Bahamas.  He accepts it uncritically, even saying that he could not vouch for the […]

MINISTRY OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS AND IMMIGRATION ON PASSPORTS

Passport Office Nassau, viagra usa buy viagra The Bahamas 14 July 2015 We would like to update the public on our efforts to alleviate the challenges facing the Passport Office and the travelling public at this peak travel time.  In addition to the newly introduced fee for expedited applications after 1st July, 2015, as outlined in […]

HEALTH MINISTRY REPORTS ON RUBIS

NASSAU, click Bahamas (BIS) May 8 — Advising that health investigations began in Marathon as early as Monday, May 4, 2015 and were only interrupted by inclement weather on Tuesday, Chief Medical Officer (CMO) Dr. Glen Beneby told the public that the government will “leave no stone unturned” in assisting residents of Marathon impacted by […]

Ministry of Education statement on the passing of Sandra Edgecombe

  Nassau, Bahamas – The Ministry of Education, Science and Technology is deeply saddened at this time as we mourn the loss of our colleague and friend, Mrs. Sandra Edgecombe, Deputy Director of Education for Grand Bahama. Mrs. Edgecombe entered the public service in 1974. She was transferred to the Grand Bahama District in 1978. […]

FOREIGN MINISTRY DENOUNCES OAS REPORT

The public is advised that the government of The Bahamas is in receipt of a report from the Inter-American Human Rights Commission of the Organization of American States regarding an assessment of the conditions at the Carmichael Road Detention Center and issuing precautionary measures.  The measures were issued it said because a number of human […]

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MINISTRY OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS ANSWERS THE JAMIACA OBSERVER

25th November 2014   Dear Sir: Re: Article 21st November On Bahamas Immigration Policy The Ministry of Foreign Affairs took note of the story at caption that appeared in your newspaper. The story contains a number of assertions for which we should provide the facts as we know them to be for the record about the […]

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MINISTRY OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS DIPLOMATIC WEEK

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Immigration is staging the first ever ‘Diplomatic Week –The Bahamas 2014.’ Minister of Foreign Affairs and Immigration the Hon. Fred Mitchell made the announcement during a press conference at the Majority Room of the House of Assembly on October 15, discount cialis treat 2014. Pictured are Mr. Mitchell and […]

MINISTRY OF HEALTH ON EBOLA ISSUES

October 13th, 2014   The Ministry of Health is acutely aware of the situation regarding the Ebola Virus Disease (EVD) situation globally and would like to take this opportunity to again address and update the Bahamian people regarding the topic. The current Ebola outbreaks in West and Central Africa started in December of 2013 with […]