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FNM fires back over slush fund claims

THE FNM hit back at State Minister of National Security Keith Bell's allegation that confiscated drug money was used as a "slush fund" under the former government - claiming the minister's comments reveal he doesn't know what he's talking about.

PM highlights efforts to defeat crime

PM highlights efforts to defeat crime PRIME Minister Hubert Ingraham opened the FNM Fox Hill Headquarters on Saturday, endorsing candidate Shonel Ferguson. Speaking out on the war on crime, Mr Ingraham said the government has "invested extraordinary amou

POLICE OPERATIONS HAILED AS SUCCESS

POLICE OPERATIONS HAILED AS SUCCESS THREE major police operations launched by the Central Division are being hailed as a success following a number of arrests and citations. Newly appointed commander of the division, Supt Stephen Dean, said his officers

DNA gives its backing to workers in KFC dispute

DNA gives its backing to workers in KFC dispute THE Democratic National Alliance has thrown its support behind the Kentucky Fried Chicken employees affected by recent negotiations with franchise owner Restaurants Bahamas Limited. As with the New Providen

A PASTORAL LETTER TO THE ANGLICAN DIOCESE OF THE BAHAMAS AND THE TURKS AND CAICOS ON THE UPCOMING GENERAL ELECTIONS

By REV LAISH BOYD DIOCESAN BISHOP MY brothers and sisters of the Anglican family, let me take this opportunity to wish you all a Happy New calendar year. It is my prayer that 2012 will bring to you every blessing, peace, fulfillment and lasting joy in

A PASTORAL LETTER TO THE ANGLICAN DIOCESE OF THE BAHAMAS AND THE TURKS AND CAICOS ON THE UPCOMING GENERAL ELECTIONS

By REV LAISH BOYD DIOCESAN BISHOP MY brothers and sisters of the Anglican family, let me take this opportunity to wish you all a Happy New calendar year. It is my prayer that 2012 will bring to you every blessing, peace, fulfillment and lasting joy in

A PASTORAL LETTER TO THE ANGLICAN DIOCESE OF THE BAHAMAS AND THE TURKS AND CAICOS ON THE UPCOMING GENERAL ELECTIONS

By REV LAISH BOYD DIOCESAN BISHOP MY brothers and sisters of the Anglican family, let me take this opportunity to wish you all a Happy New calendar year. It is my prayer that 2012 will bring to you every blessing, peace, fulfillment and lasting joy in

Zero tolerance pledge by PM

Zero tolerance pledge by PM PRIME Minister Hubert Ingraham declared war last night on the casual attitude to petty crimes in the Bahamas. Speaking at the opening of the FNM's Ft Charlotte constituency office, Mr Ingraham said he is spearheading a zero-to

Zero tolerance pledge by PM

Zero tolerance pledge by PM PRIME Minister Hubert Ingraham declared war last night on the casual attitude to petty crimes in the Bahamas. Speaking at the opening of the FNM's Ft Charlotte constituency office, Mr Ingraham said he is spearheading a zero-to

Archbishop defends PLP attendance

Archbishop defends PLP attendance ANGLICAN Archbishop Drexel Gomez said yesterday that he did not appear at a PLP event as an official representative of the church. On Monday, Prime Minister Hubert Ingraham called on PLP leader Perry Christie to apologis

Archbishop defends PLP attendance

Archbishop defends PLP attendance ANGLICAN Archbishop Drexel Gomez said yesterday that he did not appear at a PLP event as an official representative of the church. On Monday, Prime Minister Hubert Ingraham called on PLP leader Perry Christie to apologis

Archbishop defends PLP attendance

Archbishop defends PLP attendance ANGLICAN Archbishop Drexel Gomez said yesterday that he did not appear at a PLP event as an official representative of the church. On Monday, Prime Minister Hubert Ingraham called on PLP leader Perry Christie to apologis

'We must fight inequality'

By AVA TURNQUEST Tribune Staff Reporter aturnquest@tribunemedia.net FORMER cabinet minister and speaker and of the House of Assembly Janet Bostwick challenged Bahamian women to fight against the "shameful" gender inequalities that still exist today. Spea

'We must fight inequality'

By AVA TURNQUEST Tribune Staff Reporter aturnquest@tribunemedia.net FORMER cabinet minister and speaker and of the House of Assembly Janet Bostwick challenged Bahamian women to fight against the "shameful" gender inequalities that still exist today. Spea

Magistrates 'turned into robots'

By KHRISNA VIRGIL A FORMER member of parliament and staunch FNM supporter said magistrates have become government entities who do not have the authority to act independently. In remarks to Eugene Dupuch Law School students, J Henry Bostwick QC said that

Doublespeak and Scared Errors:

By Joey Gaskins Last week, Bishop Simeon Hall made a number of remarks concerning HIV/AIDS and homosexuality. In response to these remarks, I intend to summarise what was said, explain why what was said is wrong, and show why being wrong is dangerous. A

Doublespeak and Scared Errors:

By Joey Gaskins Last week, Bishop Simeon Hall made a number of remarks concerning HIV/AIDS and homosexuality. In response to these remarks, I intend to summarise what was said, explain why what was said is wrong, and show why being wrong is dangerous. A

Doublespeak and Scared Errors:

By Joey Gaskins Last week, Bishop Simeon Hall made a number of remarks concerning HIV/AIDS and homosexuality. In response to these remarks, I intend to summarise what was said, explain why what was said is wrong, and show why being wrong is dangerous. A

Doublespeak and Scared Errors:

By Joey Gaskins Last week, Bishop Simeon Hall made a number of remarks concerning HIV/AIDS and homosexuality. In response to these remarks, I intend to summarise what was said, explain why what was said is wrong, and show why being wrong is dangerous. A

Doublespeak and Scared Errors:

By Joey Gaskins Last week, Bishop Simeon Hall made a number of remarks concerning HIV/AIDS and homosexuality. In response to these remarks, I intend to summarise what was said, explain why what was said is wrong, and show why being wrong is dangerous. A