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The Foreign Minister Fred Mitchell has extended on behalf of the government of The Bahamas congratulations to Dr.Keith Rowley and the Peoples National Movement in Trinidad on their election to office in general elections yesterday 7 September...
Advisory Youth Council of the Bahamas Congratulates Jamaica's Peoples National Party on Their Election Victory
We in The Bahamas, along with viewers and listeners in the entire
Caribbean Region, had the luxury and the privilege to listen and view
the unfolding of Jamaica's Election Process as Citizens of Jamaica
carried out their Constitutional and Democratic Right to Vote for and
select the Members of Parliament and support the respective Political
Party with the ultimate prize, being the Leader of t...
Later this week in Geneva, Switzerland, I will convene the fourth meeting of the Working Party on the accession of The Bahamas to the World Trade Organization to continue negotiations. What does that process involve? And why is it in The Bahamas' interest to join [...]
The post The Bahamas needs the WTO, but the WTO also needs The Bahamas. Let me explain appeared first on The Nassau Guardian.
Ed Smith, who was a college All-American, the first native Bahamian drafted by an NFL club and played two seasons for the Denver Broncos, will serve as the 2018 Makers Wanted Bahamas Bowl Honorary Ambassador...
The government has appointed Zhivargo Laing to lead the country’s negotiation team for accession to World Trade Organization (WTO) membership. The announcement was made September 9, 2018...
An altercation at a party on a beach on Grand Bahama Monday night led to a double murder and multiple people being injured, according to police. The Royal Bahamas Police Force said that sometime after 7 p.m. Monday, officers were called to the Xanadu Beach [...]
PROGRESSIVE Liberal Party Chairman Fred Mitchell yesterday suggested the Immigration Department is "perplexed" by the lack of clarity in the government's position on the recent landmark Supreme Court ruling on Bahamas-born deportee Jean Rony Jean-Charles.
On Saturday, July 15th, at approximately 3:35pm, BTC experienced severe damage to its network as a result of a third party construction company.
I believe with all my heart that we have the ability to dream a blessed dream for our Bahamaland. I also believe that we have the wherewithal to bring that dream to pass. Doing so is not a five-year quest predicated on the election of any one political party. The Bahamas dream and its realization are a mission to be accomplished by the masses of willing souls who call this place home. And this is ...