Often at the Mercy of Thugs
Girls Lower Primary (8am)
Live coverage of the 2021 General Election results.
Amid this dark and gloom that circles our world–
PLEASE publish this birthday poem that I wrote for my oldest brother, Duke Bradley Smith.
ONE thing I’ve kept a keen eye on from the sidelines (thanks to the COViD-19 global pandemic) is the soap opera playing out between the current FNM administration and the opposition PLP in regards to the handling of the entire pandemic and the subsequent results.
Well, the best time of the year, the NFL season is finally upon us.
IT’S now over a year since Hurricane Dorian devastated Abaco and the long rebuilding programme began. Here’s Insight’s latest update supplied by abacobuzz.com on what’s open for visitors and residents on the island.
’Twas the night before Christmas when all through the House, Every MP was stirring, from “superstar” to “louse.”
The Bahamas Financial Services Board (BFSB) elected a new board of Directors to serve for a two-year term (2020-2022) at its recent annual general meeting (AGM).
THE amount of COVID- 19 deaths have risen steadily in recent weeks, so much so that almost every Bahamian knows someone who has succumbed to the virus. It is rampant and merciless. In a small population like The Bahamas, the effects of the disease have hit home for many.
Parents, it is imperative to remember your children are gifts from God.
DR MERCELINE DAHL-REGIS is among 24 Bahamians named in the Queen’s 2020 New Year’s Honours.
TWO new community COVID-19 vaccination sites have been added to service more walk-up appointments and increase access to the vaccine.
With classroom sessions back in rotation since November, schools in Grand Bahama are now bracing for the return of their sporting activities.
YESTERDAY as I enjoyed every “foodies” warm up for Christmas gorging, Thanksgiving Dinner with my family, I realised that despite it not being the normal Bahamian Thanksgiving we still have a lot to be thankful for.
Tribune front page reads.“Killings product of our failure”.
THIS week we saw the quest for aragonite continue, the birth of yet another new political party, and the usual wheels spinning in the mud from parliament.
I wish to now elaborate more on the electronic portal that is the Bahamian government’s e-procurement supplier registry.
THIS week, we welcomed the first whole week of Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) governance, once again.