Sir Lynden Pindling On The Occasion of the 20th Anniversary of the Passing of Sir Lynden Pindling For Immediate Release 25 August 2020 Brothers and sisters, my fellow Bahamians: Tomorrow marks twenty years since the passing of Sir Lynden Pindling, the first Leader of the Progressive Liberal Party and the founding Prime Minister of the […]
Sunday 12 July 2020Founder and Chair of the PLP 1953 to 1963Governor General 1988 to 1992Catholic Cemetery at Clarence Town
Last year, the PLP’s Leader Philip Davis led a delegation to Long Island and the Clarence Town Catholic Cemetery in particular to pay tribute to the late Sir Henry Taylor, founder of the PLP and former MP and former Governor General. There was a wild man who is a crazy FNM named Bennet Minnis who […]
The Governor General Sir C A Smith announced the award of national honours on 10 July 2020 as follows: His Excellency, the Governor-General as Chancellor of the Societies of Honour established under the National Honours Act 2016, in accordance with the advice of the Prime Minister, and the National Advisory Committee is pleased to announce […]
Governor General of The Bahamas Dame Marguerite Pindling lays a wreath at the mausoleum of her husband, father of the nation, Sir Lynden Pindling, at Saint Agnes cemetery on Sunday the 26th August 2018 to commemorate the 18th anniversary of his passing. She is accompanied by Senator Fred Mitchell.
Lest there be any doubt, we have the birth certificate to prove the racial mix of the dubiously appointed national hero Sir Roland Symonette, who headed the racist regime of the United Bahamian Party (UBP) before being displaced by Lynden Pindling and the PLP. Turns out Pop Symonette had a lick of the brush.
While the Government is doubling down in its bad choice of Sir Roland Symonette as a National Hero, the public is having its say. The Anglican Archdeacon James Palacious told The Tribune on 20 July the following: It’s extremely unfortunate that the first time we are having a shot at these Bahamian awards, it is […]
11 July 2018, the Chairman of the PLP Senator Fred Mitchell led a special service to commemorate the life and times of Sir Henry Taylor, co-founder of the PLP with the late William Cartwright and Cyril Stevenson. Sir Henry served as Chairman of the PLP from 1953 to 1963 and as Chairman Emeritus after that. […]
As I am not part of any form of “social media”, which I am given to understand is the means of communication engaged in by a substantial proportion of the population, I would be grateful if you could circulate the following comment as I have been unable to contact any responsible person at ZNS […]
Tribute from the Prime Minister 12 February 2017 at the special put on by the government of The Bahamas to mark the 90th birthday of this iconic Bahamian.
The Tribune reported on 1st October that Sir Durward Knowles, the first Olympic Gold medalist of The Bahamas is now in hospital. He is 98 years old.
19th August 2015 Nassau, Bahamas – Hon. Fred Mitchell MP Foreign Affairs and Immigration Minister: With his passing I have lost one of my dearest friends, confidantes, mentors and supporters in Sir Albert Miller. In the Freeport of old, that progressive and bustling city that was the “Magic City,” Sir Albert is the last […]
Sir Arlington Butler the former Speaker of the House, cialis buy buy cialis Minister of the Government and Ambassador wed Hazel Scott at St George’s Church in Nassau on Wednesday 6th May. Congratulations.
It was a treat for all concerned. The icon of icons for The Bahamas, generic cialis mind the living legend Sidney Poitier received the Prime Minister of The Bahamas Perry Christie at his home in Los Angles on Sunday 11th January. The Prime Minister admires Sir Sidney for what he has accomplished from a humble boy […]