The $15 Turkey Burger

Can you believe that this is a turkey burger that you get from a café in the Harbour Bay Shopping Centre for $14.99?  This is not value for money. Compare and contrast to a 14 dollar dinner at the Parliament Street Restaurant or from checkers for 10.99.  Not even fries or a salad. That’s what […]

PROGRESSIVE LIBERALS STATEMENT ON ADRIAN GIBSON | 15 February 2020

Response to Carlyle Bethel…Attack on Brave Davis about young Bahamians Clearly that Lying Virus has now spread throughout the entire FNM with is latest victim being its Torchbearer chairman. Philip Brave Davis is a leader that believes in the progression and advancement of All young Bahamians…Let’s take a walk down FACTS Lane The Leader has […]

THE WEEK IN REVIEW (1-5 FEBRUARY 2016)

This day in Parliament The Bahamas Parliament met on Wednesday, 3rd February to debate a compendium of food safety and security bills designed to protect the health and integrity of the local food chain from diseases and contamination. Prime Minister and Minister of Finance the Rt. Hon. Perry G. Christie took the opportunity under the agenda item ‘Statements […]

ELCOTT COLEBY’S THIS WEEK IN THE BAHAMAS (15 – 19 JUNE 2015)

This week in Parliament The 2015/2016 budget debate was passed in the House early Thursday morning, around 4:30am.   The House proceedings were not without some drama where the government moved for closure of the debate under House rule 33 resulting in a standoff between government members, the Speaker and the member for Fort Charlotte […]

THIS WEEK IN THE BAHAMAS (DEC, 15 – 19, 2014) COMMENTARY BY ELCOTT COLEBY

Mitchell addressed OAS Council Foreign Affairs Minister Hon. Fred Mitchell flew to Washington DC on Sunday to attend a series of meetings that culminated in his address to the Permanent Council of the Organization of American States (OAS) on Tuesday of this week.   The new administrative measures being taken by the government of The Bahamas to strengthen the […]

ELCOTT COLEBY’S WEEK IN THE BAHAMAS (1-5 December 2014)

With the passing of the deadline for VAT registration on 30th November, illness the Ministry of Finance warned of the issuance of fines to late registrants, but “those businesses making best efforts to register within the first few weeks after the deadline may see their fines reduced or even waived altogether” said the Ministry in a […]