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Sands: NHI delay an excuse
Free National Movement (FNM) Senator and cardiothoracic surgeon Dr. Duane Sands yesterday criticized Minister of Health Dr. Perry Gomez who admitted last week that there may be another “slight delay” with the rollout of primary care services unde...
 
 
Protest planned for Black Friday
There appears to be widespread interest on social media in a protest planned for Black Friday that will involve a 12-hour occupation of Bay Street. The protest, dubbed “We March”, is being organized by community activist and Our Carmichael found...
 
 
Sir Durward celebrates 99th birthday
Sir Durward Knowles, the first Olympic gold medalist for The Bahamas, recently celebrated his 99th birthday. On this occasion Sir Durward becomes the oldest living Olympic gold medal winner in the world. The Bahamas is blessed to have this trailblaz...
 
 
Public invited to 2nd Annual ‘Night Of Revival Services’
With the pressures of this life forcing the hearts of many to “wax cold”, the Mission and Evangelism Ministry of the Nassau Circuit is inviting the public to attend their 2nd Annual "Night Of Revival Services" to ignite a fresh fire that will bri...
 
 
BNT warns on proposed deal with Chinese
The Bahamas National Trust issued the following statement yesterday. On Friday (Nov. 4) the Tribune reported comments by Agriculture and Marine Resources Minister V. Alfred Gray on a ZNS radio talk show clarifying his role in a proposal to allo...
 
 
New pool of young Bahamian hospitality professionals trained
The Bahamian tourism product has received an enormous boost with an increase in its pool of hospitality professionals with almost 400 new full time employees at Sandals Royal Bahamian Resort & Off Shore Island, opening a new world of opportunitie...
 
 
PM assures he will protect Andros
Acknowledging the controversy surrounding the $2.1 billion proposed China-Bahamas Agriculture and Fisheries Initiative, Prime Minister Perry Christie said yesterday that he will determine what will happen on Andros and there is “no possibility” o...
 
 
Minnis: PM has questions to answer
Free National Movement (FNM) Leader Dr. Hubert Minnis yesterday demanded that Prime Minister Perry Christie provide answers on the $2.1 billion proposed China-Bahamas Agriculture and Fisheries Initiative, insisting that the prime minister should tell...
 
 
Another NHI delay likely
After pushing the April rollout of primary care services under National Health Insurance (NHI) to January 2017, Minister of Health Dr. Perry Gomez said yesterday there may be another “slight delay” with the implementation of that phase of the uni...
 
 
Roberts claims ‘lies’ told on Andros proposal
Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) Chairman Bradley Roberts yesterday decried what he called “misinformation” surrounding the Bahamas Embassy in China being authorized to further pursue a possible $2.1 billion agriculture and fisheries partnership w...
 
 
RBDF apprehends 50 Dominican fishermen
Royal Bahamas Defence Force (RBDF) marines apprehended 50 Dominican fishermen who were on two fishing vessels in the southern Bahamas on Wednesday afternoon, authorities said. Fishermen on both vessels attempted to flee the area and warning shots ha...
 
 
FNM tells govt end talks with Chinese
The Free National Movement is calling on Minister of Agriculture and Marine Resources V. Alfred Gray to write Bahamas Ambassador to China Paul Andy Gomez rescinding the authorization he gave for Gomez to develop further a proposal for a $2.1 billion ...
 
 
Call for Gray’s resignation
Free National Movement (FNM) candidate for MICAL Walt Saunders yesterday called for the resignation of Minister of Agriculture and Marine Resources V. Alfred Gray over his contradictory statements on the $2.1 billion Proposed China-Bahamas Agricultur...
 
 
Two shot dead in Grand Bahama
Two men found shot to death just outside the McLean’s Town Public Cemetery on Thursday are believed to have recently appeared on the police wanted list. According to Superintendent Macktavius Daniels, who spoke to the media at the scene in Grand B...
 
 
Three pregnant women among confirmed Zika cases
One additional case of Zika has been reported, Director of Public Health Dr. Pearl McMillan confirmed yesterday. This brings to 18 the number of reported cases in The Bahamas — among the victims are three pregnant women. “These cases are inclus...
 
 
Forbes defends PM
Mount Moriah MP Arnold Forbes has defended Prime Minister Perry Christie after he admitted that he had not visited his constituency, Centreville, following the passage of Hurricane Matthew. “He is the prime minister of all of The Bahamas,” Forbe...
 
 
DPM to look into Wells’ role in Urban Renewal
Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Works Philip Brave Davis has pledged to probe the extent of former Parliamentary Secretary in the Ministry of Works Renward Wells’ involvement in the Urban Renewal Small Home Repairs (SHR) program, amid claims ...
 
 
Powerade and Dasani will hydrate the Run for Pompey
In 1830, eight years before slavery was abolished in The Bahamas, Pompey rose to fame among the slave population in Exuma and around The Bahamas for defying orders to be sent to another island, and sparking rebellion across the country. Run for Pompe...
 
 
Powerade supports breast cancer awareness
This October, Caribbean Bottling Company (CBC), the local producers of Coca-Cola products, launched its first “Think Pink” breast cancer awareness promotion. This month-long promotion is designed as a give-back based on CBC’s sales of the popul...
 
 
Nassau Beach Hotel Reunion & Awards Reception
The “first-ever” Nassau Beach Hotel Reunion and Awards Reception was hosted on Friday, September 23 at the New Providence Community Church Auditorium on Blake Road, John F. Kennedy Drive. “Remember When” was the trending theme. As promised b...
 
 
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