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Out to lunch
Many FNMs were left miffed and baffled over the weekend when the party’s leadership opted out of a party retreat in New Providence on Saturday. Coming off of a bad week, Minnis’ decision not to attend the working sessions of his party’s retrea...
 
 
The purge
Dr. Hubert Minnis’ vanquishing of Loretta Butler-Turner at the Free National Movement’s (FNM) convention in November should have been the period on the sentence. The FNM leader’s decision to ask for the resignation of Senator Heather Hunt has ...
 
 
Uproar in Carnival commission
Trouble is brewing over the government’s bid to successfully stage the first Bahamas Junkanoo Carnival. Three Festival Commission members have resigned, National Review can confirm. They are Ed Fields, Freddie Munnings Jr. and Inga Bowleg. Their...
 
 
Deputy commissioner leaving police force
The police force is losing another experienced leader skilled in crime fighting. After being on leave for 16 weeks, Deputy Commissioner of Police Quinn McCartney is making his exit. He has given notice that he is retiring effective January 31. McC...
 
 
Facts or faith
Let me commence this article by pointing to a few scenarios for you. Firstly, you visit with the Doctor and he gives you the results of all the tests which you’ve been subjected to over the last few weeks and the prognosis is not good at all, to pu...
 
 
Gomez ‘considering leaving Cabinet’
Damian Gomez, the minister of state for legal affairs, is considering resigning from the Cabinet of Prime Minister Perry Christie, according to trustworthy National Review sources. We would not be surprised if he does resign. Gomez is obviously fru...
 
 
PM’s disappointment at new generation team
Prime Minister Perry Christie has nothing personal against Dr. Andre Rollins. At least that is what he told National Review in our first interview for 2015 during which time he admitted his disappointment in several of his so-called new generation l...
 
 
Still in the dark
It has been three months since Prime Minister Perry Christie fired Bamboo Town MP Renward Wells as parliamentary secretary in the Ministry of Works over his signing of a letter of intent (LOI) with Stellar Waste to Energy for a project at the New Pro...
 
 
FNM’s BOB protest has little traction
The Free National Movement’s (FNM) protest against matters relating to Bank of The Bahamas (BOB) was successful in getting the Official Opposition on the front page, but was lacking in any real impact. For one, the FNM did not show up with any for...
 
 
Don’t force it, faith it!
I remember very well an instance when I was deeply infatuated with a pretty young lady. However, it appeared that she didn’t have the least bit of interest in me. However, I chased and chased her trying to force the situation, which of course didn...
 
 
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