Mitchell In St Vincent

Rev Fr. Kari Marcel who is the son of former MP Agatha Marcel serving at mass this morning in Georgetown in St. Vincent 6 December. Fred Mitchell, sale Foreign Minister,  attended the service.   Greeting Fr. Kari Marcel outside Holy Trinity Church in Georgetown in St Vincent just before mass.  From left Sgt Cleus Billengy […]

Picewell Forbes Opens Cancer Care Centre In Central Andros

Congratulations to the MP for Central and South Andros Picewell Forbes who joined his constituents to officially open the Central Andros Cancer Society Care Centre in Love Hill on 4th December.  The president of the local chapter is Elizabeth Hanna.  Joining them were Doris Adderley former educator and Fr. Neil Nairn of St. Stephen’s Anglican parish in Andros.

Statement On Immigration By Fred MitchellFred Mitchell MP

Hubert Chipman MP    Fred Mitchell MP  The following statement was issued by Fred Mitchell MP, the Minister of Foreign Affair from Paris, France in answer to a press statement by the Opposition’s spokesman on Foreign Affairs: 1 December 2015  The Bahamas government constantly reviews all matters relating to intelligence and security at the borders […]

Fred Mitchell In Grenada

Foreign Minister Fred Mitchell is pictured with Prime Minister Keith Mitchell of Grenada and Prime Minister Keith Rowley with the Ministers for Sports of Barbados Stephen Lashley and Antigua Everly Paul Chet Greene .  The Minister was representing the Prime Minister Perry Christie at a specially convened meeting of Caricom dealing with the future of West Indian Cricket […]

Bahamasair’s New Plane Arrives In Nassau

        Story by Athama Bowe Tuesday, December, 1st, 2015, Bahamasair took another step to upgrade its Fleet, in order to reduce costs, improve Customer Service and extend the Routing. The Bahamas Government supported the submission of the Board, Chairman Valentine Grimes and Hon. DPM Philip Brave Davis. DPM Hon. Brave Davis expressed […]

Grouper Closed Season

The Department of Marine Resources further wishes to advise the public that the taking, landing, possessing, selling and offering for sale of any fresh Nassau Grouper will be prohibited during the period 1st December, 2015 to 28th February, 2016 throughout The Bahamas. Further, any grouper that is caught must be landed with head, tail and […]

Leslie Miller Says Some Things On NHI And Marching

Leslie Miller is one of the main back bench supporters of the National Health Insurance plan of The Bahamas government.  Here is what he had to say in his own words to the head of the private insurances association who is urging the government not to go ahead with the programme they presently propose and also […]

Loftus Roker Says It’s Time To The PM

Hon. A Loftus Roker The former Minister for National Security Loftus Roker under the PLP had this to say to The Tribune about the PLP, its leader and its incumbency, published on 4th December.  Mr. Roker reflects the current but unspoken sentiment in many quarters but the problem is that this kind of bleating in public is […]


By Simon Lewis Bahamas Information Services FREEPORT, Grand Bahama – The Reverend Canon Sebastian Campbell, Chairperson of the National Heroes Committee along with Fred Munnings was in Grand Bahama Thursday seeking input on matters relating to the National Honours Bill 2015. Also travelling with Canon Campbell was David L. Forbes, Secretary of the National Honours Committee. The […]


Businessman Alphonso Bowe of the Jet Centre at the Lynden Pindling International Airport  led a delegation of business people to Havana to see into a possible fixed based operation in Havana.  With him was Picewell Forbes MP South Andros and Ambassador for The Bahamas to Caricom.  They paid a call on the Ambassador to Cuba for The Bahamas […]


In a few days, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of The Bahamas is likely to publish its annual warning to Bahamian citizens travelling to the United States and in particular South Florida.  Do not leave your passports and important documents in your cars.  There are always spates of robberies around this time of year in the parking […]


The unlucky and then lucky people of Burkina Faso were in the streets celebrating last week the election of their new President.  This is the first newly elected President in free and fair elections in 27 years.  As they cheered and the 50 year old banker gave the ritual speeches, the press went and spoke to some […]