The PLP really got itself into a quagmire with Sarkis Izmirlian who was the original developer of the Bahamar project now open and successfully operating on Cable Beach. The project was a four billion dollar investment. There are now 2500 new rooms in the Bahamian hotel inventory that has been falling for years. There are […]

PLP Issues Statement Of Condolences On Patricia Bazard

Statement from the Office of the Chairman Progressive Liberal Party On The Passing Of Patricia Bazard For Immediate Release 25 December 2017 The PLP is saddened this Christmas Day having learned of the passing of Patricia Bazard who is a cultural icon in our country. She was a team with the late Clement Bethel in […]

Diane Philips Is Not As Innocent As It Appears

Her column 20 December titled: Let’s Resolve To Do Something A Little Different In Life Here is what she wrote with which we take issue: First, can we please stop looking at everything through partisan eyes in The Bahamas? We love our freedom of speech but hate that if we really speak freely it will […]

Local Government Politics Dominates All

The Department of Local Government is now a cesspool of FNM inspired political discontent. It was bad enough that Hubert Ingraham ally Cephas Cooper was appointed Director of Local Government but what really rankles is the fact that Brenda Colebrooke has superseded some 8 people including Senior Administrator Preston Cunningham to become the Deputy Director […]

The British Honours System Continues

Notwithstanding the recent announcement by the Prime Minister Hubert Minnis that he intends to offer Bahamian National Honours and bringing the legislation to effect it into force, the Cabinet has decided to continue to give our the British Honours. The list is a who’s who of FNM contributors and collaborators. CMG Mark Holowesko Larry Cartwright […]