Nicole Burrows Corrupt Article In The Tribune

The Tribune has become a complete propaganda rag through its columnists.  There is a young woman Nicole Burrows who writes a weekly column on  Tuesdays.  This past week 10 November, sales she wrote on corruption in The Bahamas which she said was the life of The Bahamas and pinned it to the Commission of Inquiry […]

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 […]

Immigration Responds To Fred Smith’s Claims Of Success

Statement from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Immigration On The Case of Meldor vs. the Minister for Immigration 13th November 2015 The press reported yesterday an interlocutory ruling in the case Meldor vs. the Minister for Immigration that an order has been made for disclosure by the Courts with regard to the policy on […]

Remembrance Day Controversy

The veterans from the Second World War, generic now very few in number, but who are in receipt of pensions for their service from the Canadian government are in need of support because they have a shortfall in their pensions.  Fred Mitchell addressed the issue in the House of Assembly  on Wednesday 11th November.  Here […]

PHOTOS OF REMEMBRANCE DAY 8 NOVEMBER

The Governor General Dame Marguerite Pindling led the Remembrance Sunday observances at the Christ Church Cathedral and then at the Garden of Remembrance at the Cenotaph.  Dame Marguerite reads the lesson Deputy Prime Minister Philip Davis is greeted by the Dean of the Cathedral Patrick Adderley. Cabinet Ministers and the Leader of the Opposition worship […]

THIS WEEK CONTINUED…

In a statement released earlier this week, the US Embassy revealed that it was “currently in the process of seeking property suitable for a new embassy.” The statement also said that the embassy will remain in its current location on Queen Street “until a property is secured and a new embassy is built.” Reliable sources […]

THIS WEEK IN THE BAHAMAS (9 – 13 NOVEMBER 2015)

On the first anniversary of his death in a tragic plane crash in Freeport, Grand Bahama on the eve of his Third World Believers Conference, the children of the late Dr. Myles Munroe kept their father’s vision and legacy alive with the hosting of a renaming ceremony. The Diplomatic Center was renamed the Myles E. […]