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Rollins: PM trying to rile up PLP base
Fort Charlotte MP Dr. Andre Rollins said yesterday he believes Prime Minister Perry Christie’s “offensive” gesture on Monday night was purposed to “rile up the base” and is beyond him becoming deranged or unstable as suggested by some. In ...
 
 
Youth start training with Fresh Start program
Ninety young people have been given a new lease on life and recently started intense training with the Ministry of Youth, Sports & Culture’s (MYSC) Fresh Start Programme. For the next four months, participants, ages 17 to 25, will be engrossed...
 
 
Chickcharney Children Foundation takes Red Nose Day initiative to school
More than 100 students at the Lowe Sound Primary School in North Andros popped on red clown noses for a day of food, fun and special treats organized by the Chickcharney Children Foundation. The group, made up of descendants of the Andros community,...
 
 
Christie apologizes
Prime Minister Perry Christie expressed regret in the House of Assembly today for flipping the bird at a public political meeting in Fox Hill on Monday night. Christie said if he had an opportunity he would not do it again, but he expressed pain ove...
 
 
Ministers defend PM
Minister of Agriculture V. Alfred Gray and Minister of Education Jerome Fitzgerald yesterday defended Prime Minister Perry Christie “flipping the bird” on stage at a political event Monday night in reference to a “distorted” claim. Gray insi...
 
 
‘Resign and apologize’
The “rude and obscene” gesture made my Prime Minister Perry Christie on Monday night warrants the prime minister’s resignation followed by an immediate public apology, according to Free National Movement (FNM) Leader Dr. Hubert Minnis who yeste...
 
 
Rigby slams PM’s ‘appalling’ behavior
Former Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) Chairman Raynard Rigby last night decried political “thuggery” in Bahamian politics, and expressed disappointment that 24 hours after he flipped the bird from the stage at a political event, Prime Minister P...
 
 
Man charged in break-in spree
Prosecutors believe that they have found the man responsible for a rash of break-ins that took place over a nine-month span. Jefferey Etienne, 31, appeared before Magistrate Subusola Swain facing charges of housebreaking, burglary, theft and receivi...
 
 
Symonette returns for St. Anne’s bid
Announcing his bid to get the Free National Movement (FNM) nomination for St. Anne’s, former Deputy Prime Minister Brent Symonette said yesterday that there are no “strings attached” to his potential candidacy. In an interview at his East Bay ...
 
 
New BAMSI dorm to be complete in September, Gray says
The new co-ed dormitory of the Bahamas Agriculture and Marine Science Institute (BAMSI) is expected to be completed by September, Minister of Agriculture V. Alfred Gray said yesterday. The male dormitory of BAMSI was destroyed by fire in January 2...
 
 
Hall: PM gesture beneath the dignity of his office
Prime Minister Perry Christie owes the Bahamian people an apology following his “obscene gesture” on Monday night, said Bishop Simeon Hall, pastor emeritus at New Covenant Baptist Church. While speaking at a branch meeting for the Marathon, Fox ...
 
 
Symonette: Christie has lost it
The middle finger gesture by Prime Minister Perry Christie at a Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) event in Fox Hill on Monday night was the act of a “desperate man”, according to former Deputy Prime Minister Brent Symonette, who said the true natur...
 
 
Two more cases dismissed
The attorney general yesterday ordered the discontinuation of two backlogged cases. Lindy Edwards, who was accused of the rape of a 64-year-old woman at Cat Island on February 23, 2001, was not present when prosecutor Darell taylor presented the nol...
 
 
FNM names Bowleg for North Andros
While at the Free National Movement (FNM) candidate’s launch in North Andros last night, party leader Dr. Hubert Minnis hit out at the government and Prime Minister Perry Christie for a proposal about a $2.1 billion China-Bahamas agri-fisheries pro...
 
 
PM flips the bird
Hundreds of Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) supporters, including children and senior citizens, gasped in amazement late last night as Prime Minister Perry Christie flipped the bird while explaining his response to what he called a “distorted” cl...
 
 
Munroe: Smith not entitled to nomination
Following a letter from the Montagu branch of the Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) in which it pledged its support of Senator Frank Smith as the candidate for Free Town, Wayne Munroe, the party’s Candidates Committee selection, yesterday said th...
 
 
Teen, others face murder charges
A 16-year-old boy kissed his mother before he was taken to prison yesterday after being charged with a shooting that left one person dead and three others, including an infant, fighting for their lives. Prosecutors believe the teenager and Stanford ...
 
 
Brennen: NHI April rollout doable
The rollout of National Health Insurance (NHI) in April as forecasted by Prime Minister Perry Christie is doable, provided the NHI Secretariat is able to get primary care service providers to continue to register with the healthcare program, NHI Proj...
 
 
Smith: Free Town fight won’t harm PLP
Senator Frank Smith said yesterday he is not afraid to put up a fight for the Free Town nomination although the Candidates Committee voted for prominent attorney Wayne Munroe last Monday, and he does not believe the matter will harm the Progressive L...
 
 
Roberts: Smith is high on himself
Former Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) MP Keod Smith was not serious about securing the nomination for the St. Barnabas seat, and his reaction after former Senator Cheryl Bazard was selected is a matter of ego, PLP Chairman Bradley Roberts said yeste...
 
 
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