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'Hypocritical' View Over Appointments
'Hypocritical' View Over Appointments

Responding to the FNM's criticism of recent diplomatic appointments, Foreign Affairs Minister Fred Mitchell accused the opposition party of wanting to "have its cake and eat it too".

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'Hypocritical' view over appointments

RESPONDING to the FNM's criticism of recent diplomatic appointments, Foreign Affairs Minister Fred Mitchell accused the opposition party of wanting to "have its cake and eat it too".

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'I LOVE MY LIFE' - DEMARCO LIVE IN CONCERT

By ALESHA CADET

Tribune Features Reporter

JAMAICAN hip-hop and dancehall star, Demarco is set to put on a massive show at Charlie's Night Club, East Bay Street, this Saturday, August 20.

Under the theme "Love Ya Life", Triple Crown Entertainment presents Demarco Live in Concert. Triple Crown Entertainment is a promotion company that is based here in Nassau. The group is headed by promoter, Jaimee Gaskins.

The entire weekend is slated to be full of excitement, with the pre-party kicking off this Thursday at Club Waterloo. The concert on Saturday will offer the sounds from Nassau's finest Dj's.

In an interview with Tribune Entertainment, Ms Gaskins explained her reasons ...

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'I'll Set The Record Straight Over Real Estate'
'I'll Set The Record Straight Over Real Estate'

Disgruntled investors have told the Canadian government that "the Bahamas justice system appears to be stuck in neutral" in handling their complaints over a $52 million real estate development, blasting perceived 'inaction' by both the current and former administrations.

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'In Ya Ear'

By Alesha Cadet

Tribune Features Reporter

ALTHOUGH earlier detained by police officials, Atlanta hip-hop star, Young Jeezy still managed to put on a successful show at the Luna Night Club, West Bay Street, Saunders Beach last Saturday.

The American rapper was released by police hours before headlining the highly anticipated concert. A well-placed source told the Tribune that the rapper was taken into the Fox Hill area by friends and was simply "in the wrong place at the wrong time" when he was taken into custody.

Brought to the Bahamas by the Recession group, under the theme " Da Last Laugh weekend" the excitement started a bit earlier with a pre-party which was held on Fri ...

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'Ingraham should advise young leaders'

While he believes former Prime Minister Hubert Ingraham's time has passed, leader of the Democratic National Alliance (DNA) Branville McCartney said yesterday young people in politics could benefit from Ingraham's guidance...

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'It's A Wrap!'
'It's A Wrap!'

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'Look forward, not back,' BTC buyer tells PLP and the unions

By ALISON LOWE
Business Reporter

alowe@tribunemedia.net

Cable and Wireless Communications (CWC) has asserted that its acquisition of the 51 per cent majority stake in BTC is the "best outcome" for The Bahamas, contrary to suggestions by the Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) and unions, adding the deal's opponents need to "look forward, not back", and that "uncertainty" about BTC's future serves no one.

A CWC spokesperson told Tribune Business, in response to enquiries about the company's view of claims by PLP leader Perry Christie that his party would "aggressively renegotiate" the deal with CWC if elected, that the the telecommunications provider ho ...

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'Loss of a national treasure'
'Loss of a national treasure'

For the second time since it was established in 1992, Pompey Museum at the historic Vendue House on Bay Street was impacted by fire early yesterday.

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'Ludicrous'

THE PLP has branded as "ludicrous" the governing party's suggestion that it organised Wednesday's anti-BTC sale protest in Rawson Square.

It said: "The demonstration was not led by the PLP but by the Committee to save BTC for Bahamians.

"The fact of the matter is that this government's incredible lack of compassion, understanding and insight into the fundamental needs and concerns of the Bahamian people and their continued refusal to hear and for that matter feel the needs and concerns of the Bahamian people is shameful.

No wonder there is a rising tide of popular resentment and discontent in our country today. People are sick and tired of this government. The peo ...

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