By Obie Roberts PLP Vice Chairman There are simple and compelling reasons why Bahamians, far and wide, should not support this Minnis led FNM government. He used the national budget not to empower Bahamians, but to create hardship for literally thousands of Bahamians. Contractors are not being paid; nurses are not confirmed; transportation […]
Message From Friends of Fox Hill On the Concert in honour of Majority Rule Day in tribute to Elder Miriam Roker retired teacher and Sunday school teacher The Friends are inviting you to a concert of the music of the late Ronnie Butler by musician Nehemiah Hield at the Fox Hill Community Centre on Wednesday […]
The official start of the year always receives a blessing from the Catholic Church with what they call the Red Mass. It was held at the Cathedral of the Catholic Church St Francis Xavier. The legal fraternity gets to dress up in wigs and gowns for the morning.
What is the point of talking to the OECD or the EU about the various black lists which they come up with to cripple the financial series businesses in The Bahamas and other Caribbean destinations. Each time we think we have something settled with them, they move the goal post. Now they seem to be […]
We keep posting pictures of the nasty scenes at the Montagu Ramp in New Providence, where people buy their fish and conch to eat. This is the fourth time was have visited this subject and there has been no improvement.
Now they want to change the date to 10 January The official Junkanoo Results for New Year’s Day The Valley Boys won the 2019 New Year’s Day Parade….. Overall. Unofficial results… 5th Genesis 4th..One Family 3rd…Saxons 2nd Roots 1st Valley
Dionisio D’Aguilar, the Minister of Tourism and responsible for Bahamasair, was not happy about what happened with Bahamasair over the Christmas Holidays. Well neither was the public. Bahamasair had a number of problems which resulted in a schedule of flights that was unreliable. A combination of bad weather, shutdowns in Florida and planes going down […]
The Bahamas government through its principal spokesman on Finance Peter Turnquest announced on 3rd January a raft of policy measures that will change the taxation structure on banking, trust companies and insurance. The announcements simply confused the public. Most people think that as a result of the announcements that banks, trust companies and insurance companies […]
Here is the Government’s announcement: NASSAU, The Bahamas – The government is moving ahead to strengthen the financial services sector. The aim is to develop a new framework to enhance industry regulations and protect revenues to the Public Treasury. During a press conference held at the Office of the Prime Minister, on Thursday, 3rd January, […]
The British honours for this country should have been abolished. They should not have been issued. Yet the FNM did. They recently lined up all their FNM friends with these British honours. Rev Canon Sebastian Campbell has answered in the language which we like so we repeat what he said to the Nassau Guardian on […]
On Thursday 3rd January 2019 there was chaos and bedlam on the University of The Bahamas’s campus. The reason students claimed and the pictures seemed to show that there were lines as far as the eye could see of students waiting to pay their fees for school. The University that has had this problem and […]
Senator Fred Mitchell with the Leader of the Platinum Knights Junkanoo Group in Freeport Thomas Curry. Well Junkanoo is over. The litany of complaints abound as usual. The art of Junkanoo has come a long way since the time of newspaper and sponge for costumes. This is fine art. You have to credit the late […]
For Immediate Release 3rd January 2019 Opposition Leader Davis visits San Salvador San Salvador – Opposition Leader Hon. Philip Brave Davis is in San Salvador this morning meeting with residents in that community early in the New Year. Davis held a meeting with residents on that island Wednesday evening and met with community leaders this […]
Michelle Reckley, the former head of the Urban Renewal Programme, and former Assistant Secretary General of the PLP in Grand Bahama continues to be the unfair target of police and governmental harassment. The FNM appears to have her in their sights as part of their narrative of wrongdoing. Nothing there but when you look at […]
The Court of Appeal heard the appeal of the Member of Parliament for Fox Hill Shonel Ferguson who was tossed out a building which she owned and which she fought to stay in over the objections of a Supreme Court order. The Court of Appeal said that her affidavit in support of staying didn’t make […]
Julian Believe, the entertainer, did a reprise of his performance on Boxing Day of “Going Down On Bay” for the Junkanoo crowd on New Year’s Day. He headlined the performance of the Valley Boys, the group that won the New Year’s Day Parade.