The official candidates launch by the Free National Movement (FNM) was interesting to watch last night – as was the candidates event hosted by the Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) in Grand Bahama on Friday night. The main parties have defined their messages and the fight
When Prime Minister Hubert Ingraham addressed the nation last week in his annual New Year’s address, there was something decidedly different about the tone of his presentation.
Outside of political rallies, formal communications such as an address to the nation are often relatively void of emotion.
When Brave Davis, deputy leader of the Progressive Liberal Party (PLP), broke with the story of some secret deal hatched in the Cabinet Office between Brookfield and Atlantis, it seemed almost believable.
Then Perry Christie, leader of the PLP, and Branville McCartney, leader of the
The Free National Movement (FNM) has stirred up a hornet’s nest by holding its forum on a Sunday in Grand Bahama at Grand Lucayan Resort. The event, dubbed ‘Take 5’ was held on January 15. At this political event the FNM officially introduced its
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One Family’s tribute to Jackson Burnside on display at NAGB
Reveals ‘Project Grand Bahama’
Prime Minister Hubert Ingraham yesterday officially opened and dedicated the new Cecil Wallace-Whitfield Centre on West Bay Street which is now the home of the Office of the Prime Minister (OPM).
In attendance were Vincent Wallace-Whitfield, son of Sir Cecil and his widow, Lady Naomi Wallace-Whitfield.
Police have launched an investigation into fraudulent activity connected to Volunteer Bahamas, a community-based initiative announced by Prime Minister Hubert Ingraham several months ago as part of his administration’s overall response to crime.
Minister of Youth, Sports and Culture Charles Maynard told The Nassau Guardian yesterday