19 March 2021 Loyola Hall
22 March 2021 will mark the birthday of Sir Lynden O Pindling, the father of our nation. He served as Premier and then Prime Minister from 1967 to 2002. He died 26 August 2000. He was 70 years old. Had he lived, he would have been 91 years old. Rest in peace.
(As reported by The Tribune 19 March 2021) The captains of two vessels involved in a tragic accident that claimed the lives of three people last week were charged on Friday with manslaughter by negligence. Marvin Minns Jr, 30, and Renaldo Grant, 33, appeared before Chief Magistrate Joyann Ferguson-Pratt after they were accused of causing […]
The late Candice McDonald with her boyfriend T’Sean Mott, Treasurer of PYL The PLP issued the following statements on the deaths of three people in Eleuthera as a result of a boating accident. The drivers of the vehicles were charged with manslaughter in the death of Candice McDonald, Jay Roberts, Leanna Cartwright. May they rest […]
Senator Fred Mitchell at lunch with some of his campaign team in Fox Hill Nicholas Symonette, Amad Burns and Jerome Brown aka Beaver 17 March 2021 at the East Coast Restaurant of Cynthia Davis.
Senator Fred Mitchell at the ratification of the candidates for the PLP tonight the four incumbents Philip Davis, Chester Cooper, Vaughn Miller and Glenys Hanna Martin. Then Pia Rolle for Golden Gates, Leroy Major for Southern Shores, Clay Sweeting for South and Central Eleuthera, Sylvanus Petty for North Eleuthera, Michael Darville for Tall Pines, Chris […]
Senator Fred Mitchell receives the first dose of the Astra Zeneca anti covid vaccine 18 March 2021. Next dose 27 May 2021.
20 March 2021
20 March 2021
( The writer is a well known sports journalist and commentator. He does a weekly internet based talk show and is the owner of the wedding business: Ed was a gentleman, peace-maker, quiet, humble, a true ambassador for the Bahamas through baseball. The first time I met Ed was in late 1970s. I was a […]
19 March 2021 Dear Anglican Family, Today we thank God for where He has brought us. In 2020 we were introduced to COVID-19. As a church we weathered the storm, pivoted and kept on going. We even expanded our virtual and other ministries to respond to the COVID reality. In that respect we sought to […]
( Originally published in The Nassau Guardian) 16 March 2021 Dear Editor, One of the principles of the Westminster system is that civil servants should remain anonymous. This anonymity is necessary to protect public officers from public ridicule and abuse when acting on behalf of the government. Cabinet ministers are supposed to defend and shield […]
Inigio Zenicazelaya is a comic, he claims, although he has never said anything funny in this life, except his last name, and he works for The Tribune. He hates Fred Mitchell or seems to have an obsession with him, to the point where he tells lies and makes up stories. This is all perhaps motivated […]
The following statement was issued by the Leader of the PLP Philip Davis on the passing of the baseball great Ed Armbrister: I join with Bahamians of all walks of life in celebrating the life of and mourning the passing of a sports icon, a giant of a man and a national hero, Edison Rosanda […]
The following statement was issued by the Chairman of the Progressive Liberal Party: For Immediate Release 19 March 2021 Speaking in the Senate yesterday, the Attorney General was clearly confused and plain wrong when he accused the PLP government of abandoning Grand Bahama. It was the FNM who abandoned and failed Grand Bahama. The decision […]
It is the job of the Minister of Labour Dion Foulkes to conciliate industrial disputes. On Wednesday 18 March 201, there was a major dispute when 300 odd prison officers walked off the job and marched down to the Minister of National Security’s office where they were met by barricades and a phalanx of policemen […]
Friday 19th March, 2021 The following statement was issued by the Progressive Liberal Party’s spokesman on National Security Glenys Hanna Martin: We have apprised ourselves of the issues affecting Prison Officers which have led to the extraordinary action recently taken by officers in order to draw attention to their long-standing matters. It is clear that […]
So the smarty pants Peter Turnquest was sending private notes to PLP partisans last week saying that the Chairman of the PLP Senator Fred Mitchell was doing the party no favours by his conduct. Presumably they were all stunned by the response of the Chairman to the low down dirty remark made by the Leader […]
Senator Fred Mitchell receives the first dose of the Astra Zeneca anti covid vaccine 18 March 2021. Next dose 27 May 2021. Well the most relieved man in the country this week is Prime Minister Hubert Minnis. It’s a pretty safe bet that he is gonna call general elections now. It doesn’t get better than […]