I find it very strange that the only politician that has everything right is the Minister of Foreign Affairs.
Monthly Archives: May 2014
The IDB says that The Bahamas has “furthered worsened its potential” to be subject to a downgrade of its credit rating by international agencies as a result of pushing back the implementation date for VAT.
And so yet again we find ourselves facing another long, hot summer, with nothing more concrete standing between us and the threat of frequent blackouts than the word of a politician.
Activists, environmentalists and trade unions are set to come together on June 11 to call for the immediate implementation of a Freedom of Information Act.
My letter today is in response to a letter sent from the Bahamas Festival Committee.
As the United States seeks to keep its citizens and borders safe, it could end up negatively impacting the national security of other nations, resulting in dire consequences.
Festival organisers respond to the negative comments from the arts community concerning the plan for a Bahamas Carnival.
No political party in this archipelago will have on their candidate committee any member who in their wildest dream would give a thought to recommending you as a candidate for any constituency in this nation.
Lisa Johnson, a career diplomat, has been assigned by the United States Department of State to be Deputy Chief of Mission at the US Embassy in Nassau and is scheduled to arrive in the Bahamas on June 28.