Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis yesterday agreed to fund Opposition Leader Philip Brave Davis’ travel throughout the Family Islands to provide Bahamians the opposition’s views on the upcoming budget.
In Parliament, Davis pointed out that Minnis has travelled to several Family Islands in recent days to
Minister of Health Dr. Duane Sands said yesterday that while 40 of the 49 doctors who graduated from The University of the West Indies’ (UWI) School of Medicine in Nassau on Sunday, were offered internships at Princess Margaret Hospital (PMH), the government continues to struggle with
We doubt that Bains and Grants Town MP Travis Robinson knew what would happen if he voted against the budget when he said in the debate that he would not support the VAT increase.
Robinson was the parliamentary secretary in the Ministry of Tourism and Aviation.
Patriotic Bahamians are invited to join a Junkanoo rush-out at the Lynden Pindling International Airport to bid a native farewell to the letter writer who uses the signature “The Ghost of Junkanoo Future”.
The Ghost went on a bigoted, racist tirade puking his prejudiced and
When Travis Robinson was nominated as the Free National Movement candidate for Bains and Grants Town at the last general election, many were concerned that the young man, born in 1994, was too young to be a candidate for the House of Assembly, even though
A boat captain was sentenced to five years in prison on Wednesday afternoon after admitting that he smuggled 40 pounds of cocaine into Matthew Town, Inagua, from Haiti.
Clodius Michel, 30, of La Tortue, Haiti, pleaded guilty to charges of drug possession with intent to supply,
Speaker of the House of Assembly Halson Moultrie advised parliamentarians yesterday that they should uplift their constituents as “much negativity prevails in our society” about the increase in value-added tax (VAT), and indicated that he has responded his constituents’ concerns with scripture.
Pointing out that as
The Chinese Community Association of The Bahamas said it is “deeply hurt and offended” by “scurrilous and defamatory” videos that were circulating on social media and featured in a recent news story.
In a press release yesterday, the association said it felt it had to address
Bains and Grants Town MP Travis Robinson today called for the establishment of a select committee of the House of Assembly to evaluate the effectiveness of the Westminster system, arguing it is “choking the life out of democracy".
Robinson spoke publicly for the first time since
BERLIN (AP) — Angela Merkel faces a race against time to defuse a dispute over migration that has ballooned into the most serious threat yet to her 12 ½-year reign as German chancellor, and she could use help from her European partners.
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