WHAT a week that was in the NFL! It definitely turned out differently from what we all expected ... totally!
DESPITE the awful start to this season my superiors are telling me that I have to ride the roller-coaster all the way to the end. Here we go again!
A MAN was shot dead at an apartment complex on Hudson Avenue, Freeport, on Thursday night.
THE BAIN Town chapter of Women Against Crime will be commissioned at a special service on Sunday at the St Paul’s Baptist Church on Bias Street, Bain Town, at 3pm.
FORMER Progressive Liberal Party MP Philip Galanis yesterday said the country has got worse over the past three years under Prime Minister Perry Christie’s leadership, adding that the nation’s leader has some questions to answer as to how he can make things better.
A NOTED surgeon has insisted that Prime Minister Perry Christie is desperate to create and leave behind a legacy when he took over leadership of the committee appointed to plan and execute the implementation of National Health Insurance in January 2016.
ATTORNEY General Allyson Maynard-Gibson said yesterday that the probe into an alleged Bahamas Electricity Corporation bribery incident that took place over a decade ago is “nearly complete”.
TALL Pines MP Leslie Miller yesterday said the speculation surrounding the PLP’s convention and its leadership race are becoming an embarrassment. He said party members are attempting to “predict an outcome without knowing all the factors.”
A BAHAMIAN man died in Haiti this week after nearly two years in custody by Haitian authorities, according to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Immigration.
BAHAMAS Against Crime Executive Director C B Moss has chastised the government saying the Christie administration “has missed the bus” when it comes to addressing crime challenges in this country.
OPPOSITION Leader Dr Hubert Minnis said yesterday, if elected, he would push legislation to limit the tenure of the prime minister to two terms, to prevent what is happening “right now with Prime Minister Perry Christie.”
Baha Mar’s joint provisional liquidators yesterday sought Supreme Court approval to borrow $25 million, warning they would have to shut the Melia Nassau Beach Resort if unable to meet an $8.7 million insurance payment falling due on Monday.
The Bahamian Contractors Association’s (BCA) president yesterday said the 120 local companies collectively owed $74.3 million for work performed on Baha Mar needed to be fully paid before they would return to the construction site.
An outspoken QC yesterday said the Blackbeard’s Cay developer’s “real fight” was with the Government and not his environmental activist clients, as he pledged to enforce a court Order requiring the $12 million project to be closed.
Baha Mar’s contractor has promised to complete its assessment of the work necessary to complete the $3.5 billion resort development within seven days, Tribune Business was told yesterday.
The Grand Bahama Port Authority (GBPA) yesterday said it had been denied “a fair opportunity” to participate in the Hawksbill Creek Agreement review consultation after the Government denied its request to obtain a key report four times.
THIS week we found out that a curfew is the answer to our all of our prayers.
There is a move by several factions in the Progressive Liberal Party to have Prime Minister Perry Christie give up his post as party leader. One faction comprises of members supporting Deputy Prime Minister, Philip “Brave” Davis.
In 1997, Sir Lynden Pindling retired as Progressive Liberal Party leader having held the post for four decades. He was 67.
In recent political history, surprisingly the chairpersons of the two largest parties, have had a lot to say for themselves.