January 4, 2012
DNA Leader Branville McCartney
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DEMOCRATIC National Alliance Leader Branville McCartney yesterday rejected the government’s clarification that it will not interfere with the Bahamas Telecommunication Company’s plans to offer voluntary separation packages to hundreds of employees.
WHILE the Democratic National Alliance was unsuccessful in becoming the next government of the Bahamas, the underestimated third party scored a significant and historic feat in the General Election.
DNA leader and Bamboo Town incumbent Branville McCartney said he will step aside as party leader if not re-elected.
Survey: DNA to hit FNM more than PLP THE preliminary findings of a new political survey claim the DNA, although trailing both major political parties, will pull more votes from the FNM than from the PLP. Those votes will come from Bahamians who supporte
NOELLE NICOLLS Tribune Features Editor email@example.com Five little words, with six letters or less, are at the root of a controversial amendment to the Sexual Offences and Domestic V
DEMOCRATIC National Alliance leader Branville McCartney has scheduled a press conference for today to refute a Tribune headline he feels misrepresented his stance on the efforts to ban marital rape.
FREEPORT - DNA Leader Branville McCartney has spoken out about the ever-increasing number of unemployed Grand Bahamians. With unemploym
FREEPORT - The Democratic National Alliance says PLP Leader Perry Christie is oblivious to the real challenges facing Grand Bahama. A statement released by the party said: "Perry Christie spent significant time outlining
THE fledgling Democratic National Alliance is claiming the leaders of the FNM and PLP are determined to run campaigns based on "excuses, accusations and finger pointing." Instead of running on what they were able to achieve while in office, the DNA said
THE Democratic National Alliance used the occasion of the 45th anniversary of Majority Rule to emphasise the importance of change. In a statement issued yesterday, the DNA said it acknowledges what Sir Lynden Pindling and many like him realised as they fo
By NATARIO MCKENZIE Tribune Business Reporter firstname.lastname@example.org THE management agreement between Kerzner International and Atlantis' new owners requires the Paradise Island resort to increase profits by up to 20 per cent each year, Democratic N
By CELESTE NIXON Tribune Staff Reporter email@example.com DNA leader Branville McCartney is predicting employees at Atlantis will be laid off within the next six months. Almost 8,000 Bahamians depend upon the resort and the One&Only Ocean Club for