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Andrew Allen Writes In Answer To Laying Off The Public Servants

26 May 2020 Dear Editor, According to the Tribune of May 19, 2020, a group calling itself the Organisation for Responsible Governance (ORG) apparently sees it as quite responsible that a country that runs itself on revenues representing a mere 18 percent of Gross Domestic Product (among the lowest on the planet) and that derives […]

The Annual Public Disclosure Ritual Nonsense

So on Friday 28 February 2020, Sharon Turner of the Nassau Guardian started calling around Senators and Members of the House to ask whether they had field their public disclosure statements.  There is a law in The Bahamas that says that by 1 March every year, Parliamentarians have to disclose their assets income and liabilities […]

MITCHELL ON THE PUBLIC SERVICE

From The Office Of The Chairman Of The PLP (And Opposition Spokesman on The Public Service) On Public Service Minister’s Attack On The PLP’s Record For Immediate Release 6 December 2018 In an attempt to cover up the bumbling indelicate words of the Secretary of the Cabinet in a recent IDB report which painted the […]

Kelly Burrows Writes From Freeport On Public Attire

Dear. Editor! Firstly, I’m not professing to be an authority on proper attire and when? but, my Hospitality training over the last 50 years still holds firm today, and having been told on many occasions with the numerous amount of seminars, courses, I have attended throughout the United States, becoming a Certified Hospitality Trainer from […]

Fred Mitchell On The Public Service Minister’s Foolish Statements

Immigration officers need their letters From the Office of the Chair of the Chair of Progressive Liberal Party On Public Service Minister’s Comments On Immigration Hiring For Immediate Release 13 March 2018 It is sad that ten months after the General Election the Public Service Minister cannot simply do his job and have the letters […]

THE PUBLIC SERVICE MINISTER SAYS 1700 TO GO

Well you don’t want to keep saying: “We told you so” but we do. We do because it is inexplicable how the people of the country who are most vulnerable, who are most badly affected by any cutbacks in spending or any economic downtown were so gullible as to vote against their own interest.  The […]

Minnis’ Idle Warning On Public Disclosure

Mister neat and clean and corruption free Hubert Minnis is busy threatening people every day.  You never get to see the morals and ethics of a man until he has power in his hands.  Power in the wrong hands is a dangerous thing.  You see that now with Mr. Minnis in power.  Now he says […]

Commissioner Of Police Addresses The Public

Commissioner Of Police Ellison Greenslade was angry and took to social media to announce a fraudulent document spread allegedly by a woman named Marcia Allen who sent out a document purportedly signed by the Commissioner of Police.  Mr. Greenslade said that the document as fraudulent.  The woman is under arrest.

WHEN PUBLIC SCHOOLS WILL REOPEN

REMARKS BY THE HONORABLE JEROME K. FITZGERALD  MINISTER OF EDUCATION, viagra generic SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY  AT  A PRESS CONFERENCE TO ANNOUNCE  THE RE-OPENING OF NEW PROVIDENCE, GRAND BAHAMA, NORTH ANDROS AND BERRY ISLAND SCHOOLS POST HURRICANE MATTHEW IN MINISTRY OF YOUTH CONFERENCE ROOM AT THE MINISTRY OF EDUCATION, SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY HEADQUARTERS TUESDAY, 11TH OCTOBER, […]

Juliette Barnwell Coop Pioneer And Public Servant Dies

We were very sad to learn this morning of the death of Juliette Barnwell. Mrs. Barnwell was born Juliette Walker of Grant’s Town, viagra canada the Over The Hill section of New Providence where the founders of the modern Bahamian state lived. Her father was Dr. Claudius R Walker, best viagra a Member of the […]

THE PLP’S REAL PUBLIC RELATIONS PROBLEM

The Progressive Liberal Party and its supporters are fond of complaining that they, sales their party, have a public relations problem.  By that they mean that  the party is doing such wonderful works for the country, like reducing the deficit,  work in immigration, the upgrade of the Defence Force fleet, Urban Renewal, the Bahamar project, […]

GETTING A BETTER PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION

Michael Manley used to say that part of the reason things collapsed in Jamaica  for his government when he lost in 1980 is that the public administration could not keep up with the pace of change that was set for it by the political directorate.  This is something which every politician should bear in mind […]

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ISLAND LUCK WEB SHOP IS TO GO PUBLIC

The names of the Board members of the company Island Luck, soon to go public, in preparation for legalized gambling for Bahamians were posted on Facebook as follows: Barry Malcolm – Former President of Grand Bahama Chamber of Commerce; Alfred Sears – Legal Advisor; Theresa M J. Urol. 159: 1390-1393° muscle PainKey words: Gestational diabetes; […]

NEW DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC PROSECUTIONS

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 14th August 2014   The Government of The Bahamas advised today that Mrs. Vinette Graham Allen, viagra buy help the Director of Public Prosecutions, has expressed the desire to be released from her contract with the Government of The Bahamas so as to further her professional development and career.  The Government has agreed […]