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Rollins: Fitzgerald Sold His Soul To The Devil Privy Council Has Fourth Sitting In The Bahamas
 

Rollins: Fitzgerald Sold His Soul To The Devil

The war of words between Fort Charlotte MP Andre Rollins and Education Minster Jerome Fitzgerald has taken another turn. On Monday, Mr. Fitzgerald called Dr. Rollins “a political prostitute” stemmed from the fact the he is now a member of the Free National Movement (FNM) after jumping ship from the Progressive Liberal Party (PLP). On […]

Privy Council Has Fourth Sitting In The Bahamas

Having sat in Nassau on more occasions than they have anywhere other than the United Kingdom, the Judicial Committee of the London-based Privy Council will see its fourth sitting of The Bahamas’ final Court of Appeal this week as five Privy Council judges are set to hear appeals and applications over the next five days. […]

“Spy Bill” Critics Pleased With Delay

24 February 2017

Detractors of the Interception of Communications Bill (ICB), while they accept the postponement of the Bill by Attorney General Allyson Maynard-Gibson may be a win; they will not allow it to be a hidden distraction. Most recently, a group of 14 Civil Society and Private Industry Organizations (CSOs) publicly expressed their joy that the decision […]

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Minnis Bashing “Spy” Bill

24 February 2017

The government’s recent move to quietly table the Interception of Communications Bill (ICB) in Parliament is being criticised by Free National Movement Leader Dr. Hubert Minnis. In a statement yesterday, Dr. Minnis suggested the government introduced the bill subtly in an effort of “desperateness to seize and wield more ill-gotten power”. The ICB’s purpose is […]

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Bahamas Striping Donates To Cancer Patient

24 February 2017

Bahamas Striping Group of Companies (BSGC) recently donated $7,500 to a cancer patient, whose medical expenses amount to over $500,000. Through its charity foundation, “The Dollar that Could Project”, BSGC donated the funds to youngster, Felia Rigby of Grand Bahama. Late last year, a campaign was launched by charity groups, “Little Warriors Campaign and “The […]

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PM: Violence Direct Correlation With Lack Of Education

24 February 2017

Decreased unemployment and education results in increased violence within the country’s schools, and according to Prime Minister Perry Christie all must be done to curb this pressing issue. “We had better bring focus as a country as a region on the trouble and potential trouble that exists in our backyard,” he said. The comments came […]

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PM says no child gets left behind

24 February 2017

Academically less inclined students are of great concern to Prime Minister Perry Christie, so much so that he has challenged teachers to not let the students fall through the cracks, a situation he says he knows all too well. During his remarks at the Bahamas Union of Teachers (BUT) Annual Education Conference yesterday morning, Mr. […]

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Gray: Rollins’ Political Career Finished

24 February 2017

Minister of Agriculture Alfred Gray is declaring that any further future in politics for Fort Charlotte MP Andre Rollins has come to an end. Minister Gray spoke outside the House of Assembly Tuesday after the Rollins made a comment in the house of Assembly that he would do anything to be back in the FNM. […]

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Accreditation to boost national development

23 February 2017

The University of The Bahamas (UB) being granted an accreditation by The Southern Association of Colleges and Schools will greatly affect the country’s economy via international student numbers. Director of Strategic Planning Strenghtening and Accreditation at UB, Dr. Danny Davis says notwithstanding the stellar education provided by the institution over the last 40 years, accreditation […]

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Mother of Three-Year-Old found dead in Car Wants Justice

23 February 2017

Mother of the three-year-old boy Kayden Louis who was found unresponsive in a car is now speaking out and calling for justice. Rosemanie Louis, mother of the toddler, says she has yet to hear from the teacher who was in custody of the child prior to allegedly leaving the child in a car before finding […]

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AG says Bill Delayed

23 February 2017

Amid controversy and concern surrounding the Interception of Communications Bill (ICB), Attorney General Allyson Maynard-Gibson has revealed that in order to allow a period of consultation, the ICB will be delayed. Mrs. Maynard-Gibson said a concern that the public has been misled very substantially about the content of the legislation has prompted the move. “Unfortunately, […]

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Sears Continues to Challenge the PLP

23 February 2017

Progressive Liberal Party’s (PLP) Fort Charlotte candidate Alfred Sears continues to stand his ground as he proceeds in challenging the governing party’s rules during his speech at the Rotary Club’s Meeting Tuesday evening. Mr. Sears says its only right for him to embrace his authority as a Bahamian citizen and stand up for what he […]

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