ALL is not well in the ranks of the FNM.
FOR those who remember the challenges this country has gone through in dealing with sexually transmitted diseases, today’s news of continuing declines in cases is the kind of news that seemed impossible to dream of at times.
THE United Nations climate conferences – of which COP28 is the latest incarnation – have perhaps too often been seen as talking shops. Lots of talking, not as much doing.
WHEN Prime Minister Philip “Brave” Davis declared himself in yesterday’s Tribune to be “shocked” by a conclusion from the International Monetary Fund over the country’s deficit, it needs to be considered in light of how government actually works.
THE departure of Sylvanus Petty from his role as chairman of the Water and Sewerage Corporation came swiftly.
FOR some, the weekend gone was all about giving thanks.
THE race has been run. The votes have been counted. And after all the sound and fury, the money spent and the time on the campaign trail, we are back to where we started. West Grand Bahama and Bimini have chosen a PLP candidate to fill the vacancy left by the death of PLP MP Obie Wilchcombe.
IT is by-election day, and as you read this, voters in West Grand Bahama and Bimini are having their say on who will be their representative in Parliament.
ON Wednesday, voters go to the polls in West Grand Bahama and Bimini – and each of the major parties has been throwing its political heavyweights at the campaign.
EMERGENCY lights were flashing outside The Tribune last night – so of course our reporters went to find out what was going on.
Bishop Ricardo Grant’s campaign to become the new MP for West Grand Bahama and Bimini is in trouble.
THE revelations regarding a contract having been received at the Water and Sewerage Corporation by the daughter of its chairman have raised a number of concerns.
Peter Nygard is guilty. The long-time resident of the Lyford Cay property in western New Providence had his day in court – and the jury found him guilty, guilty, guilty, guilty.
BAHAMAS Power and Light may just be the albatross around the neck of this government.
IS nothing sacred? It would seem not given one of the latest crimes to afflict The Bahamas – a pastor whose car was broken into while he was at church.