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COMMUNICATION ON CLICO (BAHAMAS) LIMITED BY RT. HON. HUBERT INGRAHAM, PRIME MINISTER & MINISTER OF FINANCE
The FML Group of Companies has denied any involvement in a local "loan" scheme that claims to guarantee applicants $5,000 if they are able to come up with a cash down payment of $500.
Prime Minister Hubert Ingraham has been informed that the principals of the Grand Bahama Port Authority have signed a settlement that will end their long-running litigation over the Port's ownership, said a statement released over the holiday weekend.
During a brief telephone call Sir Jack Hayward and Sarah St George informed Mr Ingraham that as of March 31, 2010, Sir Jack and the estate of the late Edward St George, along with former GBPA chairman Hannes Babak, signed a binding and conclusive agreement "to end all litigation between them in the Bahamas and the Cayman Islands", the statement said.
commend the Rt. Honourable Prime Minister and his team for their leadership and competence in finalizing the budget.
I especially single out
The Prime Minister for continuing to engage every corner of The Bahamas as he seeks solutions to the challenges before us. I have never heard of a man having so many people and being so available. Contrary to the view expressed publicly. I know that he always seeks a solution which does not divide our society.
And the Minster of State for Finance for his strong belief in Bahamian entrepreneurial talent and his continued tangible support of their cause.
How long does it take for a delivery truck to drive from a bank on Frederick Street in downtown Nassau to Cable Beach? Maybe 45 minutes on a bad traffic day. How long does it take for the Bahamas Post Office to deliver an ordinary letter that distance? How about 20 days. And from the BEC office on Baillou Hill Road to Cable Beach? How about 21 days via our Government-run postal service?
The PLP recently released a ten-point laundry list of false, hypocritical attacks that distorts and even ignores the FNM’s record. The PLP continues to be estranged from the truth.
Colour Red, thanks for Red Splash!
I hear others complaining about all those posters of me being put up around this island. They must have had a change of heart since 2002 and since 2007 when they plastered our town with life size posters of Perry Christie declaring him to be “the Right Man for the Job”. Now that he and the Bahamian people know that he is NOT the Right Man for the Job, he wants to protest who’s putting up posters of whom.
1. Following a tornado incident at the Freeport Container Port (FCP) on 29 March 2010 an independent investigation was commissioned by the Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs of the Bahamas to review the incident in the light of existing information gathered by the FCP and by the Freeport Department of Labour Inspectors. This investigation was carried out during the period 10 to 14 May 2010 by Mr. Jacques Obadia,