Archive | July, 2017

More Business Woes For Louis Bacon?

The Clifton Review The Clifton Review is a bi-weekly column that examines the question of the Clifton project along with the evolution of the war between two billionaires, the links to unsavory characters, the use of the courts for personal agendas, the involvement of a political party, and the attacks on the Government of The […]

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ALIV Sponsors UB Student to Regional Agricultural Conference

ALIV, The Bahamas’ newest mobile network, has sponsored one of 10 students from the University of The Bahamas who will attend the 32nd West Indies Agricultural Economic Conference with a sub-theme of “Food and Nutrition Security: The Pathway to Sustainable Agricultural Development in the Caribbean.” The official handover of the cheque to Assistant Professor Dr. […]

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FNM Highlights Youth with Board Appointments

The Free National Movement (FNM) seems to be keeping firm with their promise to push more new faces to the forefront as evidenced by several young persons that were a part of their 2017 board and committee appointments. As one of their central campaign promises leading up to the May 10 general, election the FNM […]

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‘Keep PLP’s Plan to Protect Fishing Industry,’ Says Sweeting

As the official opening of the Bahamian Crawfish Season begins tomorrow, Progressive Liberal Party Senator Clay Sweeting strongly urged the government to follow up on measures put in place by the PLP to protect the longevity of the fishing industry in the country. In a letter addressed to local fishermen yesterday, Mr. Sweeting highlighted measures […]

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‘Collie Talking Damn Nonsense,’ Says Roberts

Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) Chairman Bradley Roberts holding back no words in his response to Free National Movement Chairman Sidney Collie, saying quite frankly Mr. Collie talks “damn nonsense.” Last week, Mr. Collie warned the PLP chairman to be careful for what he asks for following Roberts’ call on party supporters to “rise up and […]

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Students Learn Entrepreneurial Skills during Summer Programme

Class isn’t in session as yet for the new school year, but some students have already learned a lesson or two at their on-the-job training apprenticeship programme and their big test was showing off their work at the Ministry of Youth, Sports and Culture summer trade on Friday. The youngsters, ages 15-19, spent four weeks […]

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Teen on Bail Shot Dead

The search continues for two male suspects responsible for a shooting incident that has left a teenage male dead on Saturday. According to reports, shortly after 9 a.m., a male was walking through a road off Peardale Manor, when two male occupants of a silver Honda Accord car armed with handguns, approached and shot him […]

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Elderly Woman Struck by Truck Dies

Officers from the Police Traffic Department are investigating the circumstances surrounding the death of an elderly woman who was struck by a truck. Preliminary reports are that shortly after 11 a.m., the woman was attempting to cross the southern thoroughfare of the Tonique Williams-Darling Highway, when a Mack Truck traveling west being driven by a […]

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BPSU Stands with Post Office Employees

The General Post Office employees, fed up with stifling heat and poor working conditions sat out another day, and Bahamas Public Service Union (BPSU) Executive Vice President Kingsley Ferguson said the union is prepared to sit out with their members until there is some resolve. Speaking with The Bahama Journal on Friday Mr. Ferguson said […]

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Investors Anxious

Minister of Education Jeffrey Lloyd promised that great economic stimulation is on the way as domestic and foreign investors are anxious to participate in the Bahamian economy. Lloyd, who was a guest on Love 97’s radio talk show Jones and Company yesterday, shared great news concerning the recovery of the country’s economy, which include potential […]

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