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Bermuda To Call Elections 1 October 2020

21 August 2020 I have today extended fraternal greetings to the PLP in Bermuda as they begin their campaign for re-election. I have indicatedon behalf of the Progressive Liberal Party, our Leader Philip Davis and Mrs. Davis, Deputy Leader Chester Cooper and Mrs. Cooper and the entire Parliamentary team, officers and members, our best wishes. […]

The Speaker On Grand Bahama Port Authority | Tribune 25 October 2018

We repeat this story by Denise Maycock of The Tribune in Freeport. The Speaker again has misspoken. First, he ought to stay out of controversy.  If he wants a position where he can vent his spleen as he likes, then step down as Speaker.  Then what he says betrays like most FNM politicians the woeful […]

THE PLP VISITS BIMINI | 12 October 2018

The Leader of the Progressive Liberal Party Philip Davis led a delegation to Bimini for a Branch meeting there.  Joining him was Senator Fred Mitchell, Chairman of the PLP.  There hasn’t been a real PLP meeting like the one in Bimini in a long time.  Obie Wilchcombe the incumbent candidate for the PLP was there […]

THIS WEEK IN THE BAHAMAS BY ELCOTT COLEBY

24 -28 October New Baha Mar buyer revealed Hong Kong based Chow Tai Fook Enterprise (CTFE), viagra canada the parent company of the Rosewood Hotel management group and a global conglomerate, viagra emerged as the world class resort developer to secure government approval to engage in negotiations with Special Purpose Vehicle Perfect Luck holding company […]

International Cultural Festival Begins.. Ends Sunday 18th October

Foreign Minister Fred Mitchell with from left Gershan Major Cultural Committee member, Janet Johnson, Chair  International Cultural Festival Committee, the  Minister, Eric Carey, Committee Member and Calvin Brown, Urban Renewal Fox Hill on 17 October at the Botanic Gardens.

THIS WEEK IN THE BAHAMAS BY ELCOTT COLEBY (5 OCTOBER TO 9 OCTOBER)

Even though its short and violently destructive life has ended in the North Atlantic Ocean, health Joaquin dominated the national conversation and news cycles this week in The Bahamas.  In the aftermath of this category four storm, on-the-ground assessments revealed that Long Island, Rum Cay, San Salvador, Acklins, Mayaguana, Ragged Island, Inagua and Crooked Island […]

THIS WEEK IN THE BAHAMAS ( 28 SEPTEMBER TO 2 OCTOBER) BY ELCOTT COLEBY

The biggest news this week in The Bahamas was a destructive force of nature called JOAQUIN. This category four Hurricanes brought torrential rain and surges in tides and surfs, hospital causing widespread flooding in the central and southern Bahamas this week. By Thursday, the entire Bahamas was placed on hurricane warning. By Friday, the central […]

THIS WEEK IN THE BAHAMAS (10 OCTOBER 2014) COMMENTARY BY ELCOTT COLEBY

This eventful week in The Bahamas saw the College of The Bahamas (COB) move one step closer to university status; the Clifton Pier oil spill Plan revealed; a delay in the Constitutional Bills and the fore showing of the Petroleum Act, best viagra cialis all as NIB turned 40. Government to borrow $16.18 million for […]