Michael Halkitis and some of his campaign team after worshipping with Apostle Valentino Williams at Life Changers Ministries. Sunday March 26th at 9 30AM.
REMARKS BY BRADLEY ROBERTS NATIONAL CHAIRMAN PROGRESSIVE LIBERAL PARTY AN ALL ELEUTHERA CONSTITUENCY MEETING HATCHET BAY, ELEUTHERA 24TH MARCH 2017 Party, Leader and Prime Minister; Deputy Leader and Deputy Prime Minister; Parliamentarians; Candidates; Stalwart Councilors, Party Officers, members and supporters, a pleasant good evening. It’s always a great joy to be here in Eleuthera the […]
22 March 2017
Picewell Forbes is shown with his mother Deaconess Lilymae Forbes at church as he celebrates her 77th birthday with her Sunday 26 March
PLP Rally Eleuthera Friday 24 March FNM Rally East New Providence Thursday 23 March The FNM turned out in great numbers on Thursday last to show their new candidates for the Eastern Region. PLPs were concerned at the numbers. It appears to indicate a resurgence. The PLP should not be surprised. This column has been […]
It is with some concern and it would be amusement if this matter were not so serious that we view recent events in the United States. It is no secret that we opposed the election of Donald Trump to the office of President of the United States. He was unfit for our office in our […]
United Nations UNITED NATIONS, New York – Grand Bahama delegates at the Sixty-First Session of the Commission on the Status of Women (CSW61), which commenced on Monday, March 13, 2017 at the United Nations Headquarters in New York, are pictured at the opening reception on March 13 with the Hon. Melanie Griffin, Minister of Social […]
THIS WEEK IN THE BAHAMAS (20 – 24 MARCH 2017) COMMENTARY BY ELCOTT COLEBY This Week in Parliament The Bahamas Parliament met on Wednesday of this week and the highlight of the sitting was a presentation by Prime Minister Christie on the handover and status of Baha Mar. The Prime Minister told Parliamentarians that the […]
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR Marvin Wright writes defending Michelle Reckly from an attack in the press by the Whistle Blower: Dear Editor, Please allow me space in your daily to respond to a letter that was published in the Tribune newspaper on Tuesday, March 21, 2017, titled “Grand Bahamians are fed up with Michelle Reckley […]
Kelly Burrows writes about the fight of his life having been diagnosed with multiple myeloma “My Battle To Stay Alive” Address to the BMT Tenth Annual Reunion FEBRUARY 4 2017 “I’ll begin today and throw away the past. And the future I build will be something that will last. I will take the time I […]
Fortunately, with the appropriate treatment, here I am, living life to the fullest 11 years after being diagnosed with a cancer that my Doctors thought would be the cause of my death in three to four years. There were those fleeting moments of wondering, is this payback for having a good life? Despite imperfect behaviour […]
25 March 2017 RESPONSE TO A PROLIFIC FACEBOOK TROUBLEMAKER COMMENTARY BY OSWALD T. BROWN This initially started out as a response to a post by C. a. Newry, a mischievous gadfly, who is a prolific troublemaker on Facebook. He apparently dredged up a comment dating back to 1992 from bahamasuncensored.com — for whatever reason, I don’t know, […]
A video of two men at fellatio was doing the rounds of The Bahamas last week. Was this expert porn or was this a real life scene, where someone’s trust was badly betrayed? Ashton, the man who was the receptive partner, was being asked to confirm his name by the dominant partner and told what […]
Dame Joan Sawyer, the errant and irascible former President of the Court of Appeal, is busy striking like a snake. She is doing the Devil’s work but dressing it up like she is God’s agent. What a wicked lady. Last week she was in the press again saying that the PLP must repent because they […]
John Pinder, the Union Leader, who should have resigned as President of the Bahamas Public Service Union and the Public Service, since he is a candidate for office, is telling the people of Fox Hill as he campaigns, not to vote for Fred Mitchell because Mr. Mitchell doesn’t like investors. Hmmm very interesting coming from […]
Stalwart Councillor Ezra Thompson was buried on Saturday 25 March following a service at Christ Church Cathedral. Prime Minister Perry Christie, a long-time friend, spoke at the service. Fred Mitchell MP, another long-time friend, who was off the island, wrote the following tribute for the funeral booklet: I regret very much that I am unable […]
Foreign Minister Fred Mitchell watching the performance of the Tribute to Sidney Poitier put on by the Bahamas Government to mark his 90th Birthday in Nassau at his home in Beverly Hills California on 24 March Sir Sidney Poitier with the portrait of himself and his wife Joanna by Bahamian artists Jamaal Rolle in Sir […]
(Former Chair of the Public Service Commission) 24TH MARCH 2017 ON THE PASSING OF BISHOP SAMUEL GREEN The family of the Progressive Liberal Party mourns the passing of the Senior Pastor of the Zion Baptist (Yamacraw) Church Bishop Samuel Lawrence Greene formerly of Mangrove Cay Andros. An ardent supporter of the progressive movement, this giant […]
The Bahamar handover on Tuesday 21 March… critics confounded. Hubert Ingraham, the former Prime Minister, has crawled out from under his rock to make appearances on Bahamas at Sunrise during the past week. The occasion supposedly to pay tribute Sir William Allen, his former Minister of Finance. The party took place and there were pictures […]
Prime Minister Perry Christie, Leader of the PLP, joined the candidates for Eleuthera in the launch of their campaigns on Friday 24 March. Clay Sweeting is second from left for North Eleuthera and Butch Scavella is far right for South and Central Eleuthera.
20 March with Bahamas Striping company executive Atario Mitchell and Dominic Sturrup and Fox Hill MP Fred Mitchell Fisheye photo of the Prime Minister Perry Christie, the Deputy Prime Minister Philip Davis and Minister of Culture Danny Johnson at the walk through of the Fox Hill Community Centre with the children of the Sandilands Primary […]
The winners are Archdeacon James Palacious and MP Leslie Miller for the annual walkathon to raise money for the Mitchell/Ekedede Foundation for brain injuries. The Foundation was started after an accident which injured one of the sons of Matthew Mitchell, the younger brother of Fred Mitchell. The walk took place on 25 March.