More than 1,500 cases and 138 deaths related to cholera have been identified in Haiti and health officials in the Bahamas are on alert to prevent or treat any cases in this country.
Monthly Archives: October 2010
After much dithering and flip-flopping, Perry Christie and the PLP have decided they are in support of the Baha Mar project.
Acting Director of Youth Mr. Greg Butler said the National Youth March and Rally, scheduled for Sunday, October 24, 2010, on Clifford Park, will showcase the unity of Bahamian youth and the work of youth organisations in strengthening the country.
The government of The Bahamas was blasted in Parliament for its inability to provide safe transportation, consistent and clean water and consistent electricity.”
The corruption that perverts every aspect of Bahamian society is causing an ‘unusual delay’ in the investigation of the fatal plane crash that killed nine people two weeks ago.
A 51 percent stake in the Bahamas Telecommunications Corporation (BTC) has reportedly been sold to Cable & Wireless.
At last report, Sir Jack and Sarah St. George (daughter of the late Edward St. George), were working to-gether as equal partners in a bid to bring “a new era of cooperation and prosperity for Freeport and the island of Grand Bahama.”
If we continue to ignore our family islands and the development of those islands, one day we will look up and they will be over-run by foreigners or deserted.
Bahamas pundit Larry Smith looks at the other side of China and it’s not a pretty picture.