OBAs empty promise of shared sacrifice
Royal Gazette

The election last Thursday marked the day when the petals firmly came off the fading red rose that is the One Bermuda Alliance government. This loss by its candidate, Andrew Simons, to now MP and former senator Diallo...

Smith sues govt over business license taxes
Nassau Guardian

Queen’s Counsel (QC) Fred Smith has brought an action against the government, seeking a declaration from the Supreme Court that he and other Grand Bahama Port Authority (GBPA) licensees are exempted via a...

Leslie Miller criticizes govt over foreign firm controlling BEC
Nassau Guardian

Former Bahamas Electricity Corporation (BEC) Executive Chairman Leslie Miller said yesterday that he does not understand why the government says it “believes in Bahamians” when it is “always bringing in the...

Nottage: Christie govt most progressive Bahamas has seen
Nassau Guardian

Minister of National Security Dr. Bernard Nottage said yesterday the Christie administration has been the most “progressive government” The Bahamas has ever seen. While Nottage would not say if he is confident...

Helicopter, UAVs part of new policing plan
Nassau Guardian

While much of the 2016 policing plan encompasses the same initiatives previously outlined, the plan revealed by Commissioner of Police Ellison Greenslade yesterday calls for police to “acquire the services of a...

United States to host CPL games this year
Antigua Observer

The Hero Caribbean Premier League will stage six matches in the United States during the upcoming season, a landmark move that will see the premier regional Twenty20 tournament unveiled in the Americas for the first time.

St Kitts reviewing sentencing for violent crimes
Nation News

BASSETERRE – Prime Minister and Minister of National Security, Dr Timothy Harris, has pledged Government and the Royal St Christopher and Nevis Police Force (RSCNPF) will do all in their power to curb...

Corporate Hands: NCB Foundation Pays CSEC Exam Fees
Jamaica Gleaner

The NCB Foundation electronically paid out more than $11 million dollars to the Overseas Examination Council (OEC) for CSEC Principles of Accounts (POA), and Principles of Business (POB) examinations. The presentation was...

Tony's girls rock West St Andrew
Jamaica Gleaner

The white shorts hug the posterior of Tony's Girls. Nearly a dozen of these girls, sporting orange tops bearing the image of Anthony Hylton, swarmed the PNP parliamentary hopeful in Duhaney Park, St Andrew, making...

Elections System to Register Voters at the 45th Annual Ag Food Fair
St Croix Source

The members of the Joint Board of Elections and the Office of the Supervisor of Elections invite the public to stop by and visit the Elections System’s booth at the 45th Agricultural Food Fair on Feb. 13-15. read more

The joke is on us — Empty promises and pathetic, outdated antics
Jamaica Observer

Two Sundays ago, as I watched on the television and saw scores and scores of diehard People’s National Party (PNP) supporters at the Half-Way-Tree rally I started to really analyse my feelings on the whole election...

Caribbean key asset
Jamaica Observer

Canadian businessman Victor Montagliani believes the sub-regional political powerbroker of the Caribbean has an important role to play in the overall development of the umbrella group CONCACAF.

PM has no interest in bulletproof vehicles
Jamaica Observer

KINGSTOWN, St Vincent (CMC) – Prime Minister Dr Ralph Gonsalves says he is not interested in a bulletproof official vehicle, even as a politician from a minor opposition political party has told radio listeners how...

Nomination day highlights
Jamaica Observer

JAMAICANS turned out in their numbers Tuesday to show support for their respective political candidates who were nominated to contest the February 25 General Election. A total of 152 candidates were nominated across the...

PM demands apology from Holness over ‘con artist’ comment
Jamaica Observer

THE attorney for Prime Minister Portia Simpson Miller has written to Jamaica Labour Party (JLP) leader Andrew Holness seeking an apology and damages for a statement he allegedly made during a television interview on...

Political campaigning banned in volatile Flanker
Jamaica Observer

THE Election Centre, which is co-chaired by the political ombudsman and the director of elections, has asked the police to immediately ban political campaigning in the volatile St James community of Flanker in the wake of...

Importer Jack Charles Produces Lab Tests and Alleges Contamination
Channel 5 Belize

The documents from Eurofins Lab were accompanied by a press release – the one to which Agriculture C.E.O. Jose Alpuche makes reference. In that release, Charles admits that he commissioned [...]

PM: Own your garbage
Nation News

PRIME MINISTER Freundel Stuart has criticised householders for generating garbage and then dumping it on the public. The garbage, Stuart pointed out, did not belong to the Government and whatever garbage...

Barbados ‘no longer our model’
Nation News

TIME WAS when Barbados was considered across the Caribbean as an excellent model of economic and social development. Not so anymore. That’s according to Dr Timothy Harris, the new Prime Minister of...

Culture Minister and team meet with Region Three residents
Kaieteur News

The Minister within the Ministry of Culture Youth and Sports, Nicolette Henry, and a team of officials from the Ministry recently visited and met with Neighbourhood Democratic Councils, (NDC) representatives and other...

GCB/Banks DIH/Digicel NSSCL Combine Elite Phases …Training Sessions for East Coast Demerara to select squads
Kaieteur News

As the GCB/Banks DIH Ltd/Digicel National Secondary Schools League continues, players with outstanding performances and those who demonstrated good promise have been earmarked by the selection committee of the league for...

NCB Foundation pays CSEC exam fees
Jamaica Gleaner

The NCB Foundation electronically paid out more than $11 million dollars to the Overseas Examination Council (OEC) for CSEC Principles of Accounts (POA), and Principles of Business (POB) examinations. The presentation was...

Ja will continue hedging if oil prices increase sharply - Phillips
Jamaica Gleaner

Finance and Planning Minister Dr Peter Phillips says Jamaica will continue to hedge against any sharp upward movement in the price of oil. He said any jump in the price of oil could have the effect of significantly...

Tony's girls rock West St Andrew
Jamaica Gleaner

The white shorts hug the posterior of Tony's Girls. Nearly a dozen of these girls, sporting orange tops bearing the image of Anthony Hylton, swarmed the PNP parliamentary hopeful in Duhaney Park, St Andrew, making...

Derrick's family affair
Jamaica Gleaner

It was a family affair for Derrick Smith as he ventured out to be nominated at the Pembroke Hall Community Centre yesterday.Smith, who was nominated two hours after his challenger, Donovan Isaacs of the People's National...

Blind man wants to see back of James Robertson
Jamaica Gleaner

Having given party supporters in West St Thomas the charge to go out and win the seat for the People?s National Party (PNP), the comrades left Yallahs Square fired up and seemed in a hurry to get back home.Among them was...

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