FORMER Cabinet Minister Loftus Roker yesterday said he does not sympathise with Immigration Minister Fred Mitchell on his plight to clean up the country’s illegal migrant problems.
AMID criticism over the government’s performance during its first year in office – especially in terms of job creation – State Minister for Finance Michael Halkitis said the government cannot allow such comments to “distract us from continuing to work”.
ALGERNON Cargill, suspended NIB Director, has been told to either report to the Board within the next few days or risk not having the opportunity to defend himself against allegations which may not be in his best interest.
“WHERE is the beef?” That was the question put to the government by FNM Chairman Darron Cash yesterday as he demanded that NIB Minister Shane Gibson reveal the much touted “shocking” details of the probe into the Board’s inner-workings.
THE National Insurance Board will foot all of the costs associated with the Grant Thornton Forensic Investigation audit into its operations.
THE government does not consider its Mortgage Relief Plan a failure according to State Minister of Finance Michael Halkitis – despite the fact that it actually helped less than one per cent of the homeowners targeted.
AFTER the assassination of President John F Kennedy in 1963, his Vice President Lyndon B Johnson launched a successful election campaign for president, trouncing the Republican nominee Barry Goldwater. Johnson carried 44 states plus Washington DC and Goldwater a mere six.
BRANVILLE McCartney, DNA party leader, insists that the government’s new and strict immigration policy is completely misguided and simply will not work.
AN MP has demanded to know where are the 10,000 jobs that were promised by the PLP a year on from their win in the 2012 General Election.
WITH exactly one year in office under the Christie administration’s belt, the DNA has given a scathing review of the PLP’s progress thus far.
ON May 7, 2013, it will be one year since Perry Christie led the Progressive Liberal Party to victory in the 2012 General Election. One year on, how has the new government fared?
INTERNET users have graded the PLP a resounding ‘F’ after the government’s first year in office since the May 2012 General Election.
TOURISM Minister Obie Wilchcombe has ordered a probe into allegations of corruption, conflict of interest and misappropriation of funds at the Gaming Board, The Tribune has learned.
PRIME Minister Perry Christie and his government have been engaged in a deliberate, dishonest, deceptive and disgraceful secret campaign of “confuse, divide and conquer”, FNM chairman Darron Cash has said.
PROGRESSIVE Liberal Party Chairman Bradley Roberts yesterday claimed the government coming into office a year ago did not have the available resources to fix the economy because of the state in which the previous administration left the country.