Rollins Has A Problem With Bahamasuncenored.Com

 The Deputy Speaker Dion Smith struck the words spoken on his feet from the record so we can’t properly say what Andre Rollins said here.  But suffice it to say, he has a big problem with Fred Mitchell and com.  Mr. Rollins accused Mr. Mitchell of being the mastermind behind and started shouting that Mr. […]

Carifta Team Sponsored By BTC

CEO of BTC, the phone company, sponsored the Carifta team of young people who were headed to the southern Caribbean, Martinique for sure, for the annual Carifta meet.  Here he is pictured with the swim team.  They returned to Nassau on Saturday 26th March finishing second.  Team was captained by son of Minister of Education Jerome Fitzgerald, Edward Fitzgerald.  The track and field team is […]

Grand Bahama Youth Choir

The Grand Bahama Youth Choir under the direction of Kevin Tomlinson performed “ A Mother’s Love” as an Easter presentation on Good Friday at Ascension Church in Freeport.  The scene from the balcony.

Contributions To The Midyear Budget Debate

Deputy Prime Minister Philip Davis  The Mid-Year budget debate was really about everything other than the budget.  The whole discussion was high jacked by Opposition Leader Hubert Minnis who decided to accuse the PLP of being corrupt based on information in two untested affidavits by two criminals by the names Toogie and Bobo who accused the […]

Managing Director At Development Bank Resigns

The Managing Director of the Bahamas Development Bank, Mrs. Arinthia S. Komolafe has tendered her letter of resignation to the Prime Minister and Minister of Finance – the Rt. Hon. Perry G. Christie. The Bank chief shared some of her thoughts on her time at the institution. “It has been quite a journey with much […]

The Chinese Ambassador Says Farewell

Foreign Minister Fred Mitchell toasting farewell to Chinese Ambassador Yuan Guisen at Luciano’s on Wednesday  23rd March. Permanent Secretary Sheila Carey looks on. The photo is by Raymond Bethel of the Bahamas Information Services.  

The Adderley Family Attacks Foreign Affairs Minister

  Sharon Adderley is suffering badly it appears so much so that it has affected her mind and good judgment. For the past three weeks, she working along with Adrian Gibson, The Tribune columnist, and who as we say is a graduate of the Fred Smith School of stupidity, has released information in the public […]

A Case Of Mistaken Nationality

Just when you thought it was safe to get back into the water, a great surprise hit the headlines.  On Wednesday 23rd March, the BBC carried a red notice from Interpol which said that the terrorist who blew himself up in Belgium was both a Belgian citizen and a Bahamian citizen.  Holy cow! The Bahamas government scrambled and went […]


PLP Chairman Bradley Roberts FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 21st March 2016 It certainly gives the Progressive Liberal Party no joy to learn of the resignation of Michael Pintard from the Honourable Senate and as National Chairman of the Official Opposition Free National Movement as reported in the media earlier today. While his dual resignation comes as no surprise given the tempestuous […]


21 March 2016 Dear friends and family as signaled this morning in my post, I have decided to tenure my resignation as Chairman of the Free National Movement and as an Opposition Senator effective immediately. The FNM and the PLP are different in how we approach governance and crisis. The central issue here is to […]


If you remember how this all started out, and how it was supposed to have ended, you could forgive Hubert Minnis, the Leader of the Opposition for asking the Good Lord the following:  “ How from where we started, did we get to a place like this?”  The PLP is very worried that they may have so […]


The PLP rank and file was delirious with joy with the performance of Dion Smith MP in the Chair as Deputy Speaker. Mr. Smith would take strong stands and stick by it.  Not too much deliberation.  He would simply say to the Opposition speakers as they persisted in one irrelevancy or the next that he would not […]


Richard Lightbourn, the MP for Montagu, was testing the patience of the Parliament and its Deputy Speaker Dion Smith who was in the Chair on Monday 21 March.  He had been on his feet for three hours trying to get through a one hour presentation.  It was not to be because time after time, he was disrupted […]