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December 09, 2010
PLP calls for release of BTC agreement

The Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) yesterday called on the government to make public the Memorandum of Understanding it has reached with Cable and Wireless Communications (CWC).
The PLP said party deputy leader Philip Brave Davis and MPs Obie Wilchcombe, Dr. Bernard Nottage and Shane Gibson met yesterday with David Shaw, CEO of CWC's Caribbean business (LIME) and Sharon Brown, the company's loca...

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December 10, 2010
Senator defends PLP presence at mass rally

Progressive Liberal Party Senator Michael Halkitis yesterday defended the presence of the party's leadership at a mass union rally on Wednesday night.
The rally was called to address workers on the proposed sale of the Bahamas Telecommunications Company to Cable and Wireless Communications for $210 million plus stamp tax.
Top leaders of the PLP, including deputy leader Philip Brave Davis, party ch...

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December 11, 2010
Davis: Govt. should release BTC agreement

Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) deputy leader Philip Brave Davis has criticized the government for not making available to the public all matters related to the Memorandum of Understanding between it and Cable and Wireless Communications (CWC) for the sale of 51 percent of the Bahamas Telecommunications Company
(BTC).

"My colleagues and I find it very strange that the Prime Minister of The Bahama...

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Florence Elizabeth Adderley, 85
December 16, 2010
Florence Elizabeth Adderley, 85

Funeral services for Florence Elizabeth Adderley, 85, of West End, Grand Bahama and formerly of Murphy Town, Abaco; will be held on Saturday, December 18, 2010, 11:00 a.m. at St Mary Magdalene Anglican Church, West End. Officiating will be Fr. Ian Claridge. Interment will follow in the West End Public Cementery.

Her fond memories will forever be cherished in the hearts of her children - three ...

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December 20, 2010
Lessons of the Decade

Managing Partner of HLB Galanis & Co. Philip Galanis shared with Guardian Business his perspective on what lessons should be taken from the past decade.
"The first decade of the new millennium has clearly demonstrated just how extremely fragile we are as a nation and individually, and how events that occur beyond our borders can have a significantly negative impact on our daily lives here in The B...

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25,000 IN TOYS FOR CHILDREN
December 28, 2010
$25,000 IN TOYS FOR CHILDREN

The Santa Claus Christmas Committee, a charity of The Tribune and its partners, provides toys once again for the less fortunate during Christmas.

This year, the committee raised $25,000 and bought 2,500 toys to fill a 40-foot container donated by Crowley for underprivileged children in the Bahamas.

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MP questions 'secrecy' surrounding BTC deal
January 06, 2011
MP questions 'secrecy' surrounding BTC deal

Another powerful political voice has been added to the growing chorus of discontent over the government’s proposed sale of the controlling interest in the Bahamas Telecommunications Company (BTC) to Cable and Wireless Communications (CWC).

Cat Island, Rum Cay and San Salvador Member of Parliament Philip Brave Davis yesterday spoke out on the contentious issue, claiming the government has shroud...

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January 06, 2011
Free National Movement press statement 5 January 2011

It is astounding that any credence would be given to remarks made by PLP
Deputy Leader Philip Brave Davis on matters relative to the
privatization of BTC.  Mr. Davis represented Bluewater Ventures, a
dubious entity to which the Opposition sought to sell BTC at a fire sale
price.

Bluewater was a phantom company that was not publicly traded.  Moreover,
the details of the deal to sell...

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January 09, 2011
22 week on week sales rise at City Markets

By NEIL HARTNELL

Tribune Business Editor

DESPITE Christmas sales dropping 38 per cent year-over-year due to the loss of two stores, City Markets executives told Tribune Business that its top line has averaged a 22 per cent week-over-week increase in the past fortnight, giving them encouragement that a $100 million target for their first 12 months is "not an unreasonable expectation".

Disclosing...

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January 13, 2011
Tourism's Cacique Awards draw near

Nassau, Bahamas - A noted and
often quoted Bahamian received the first tickets that went on sale for the
prestigious Cacique Awards ceremony, which will be held January 28.

Rev. Philip
Rahming, the author of the national pledge of allegiance, secured two tickets
for the black tie event. Winners
in eight public categories, six hotel categories, and four international
categories will be revealed at...

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January 17, 2011
Executives of the National Association of Justices of the Peace Call on Governor General

Nassau, Bahamas - Governor General Sir Arthur Foulkes
welcomes the Executives of the National Association of Justices of the Peace
who made a book presentation on Monday, January 17 at Government House during a
Courtesy Call. Pictured from left to right are: Melvin Seymour ,Secretary to
the Governor General; Peter Galanos JP; Rev. Elma Bain JP; Philip Archer,
president; Sir Arthur; Hilton McIntosh...

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January 18, 2011
PLP Deputy Leader, Brave Davis, and PLP Chairman Bradley Roberts begin Nationwide Listening Tour

Bahamas - Philip 'Brave' Davis MP recently visited his beloved constituents in
Rum Cay and San Salvador. The two-day trip proved fruitful for the MP
as he got to visit and talk with those who he values so much - his
constituents. MP Davis would have stayed longer on these historic isles
but had to travel back to the capital to attend the funeral services of
long time friend, Arnold Cargill.

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January 19, 2011
Prayer sessions organized to cut crime

Twenty-one businesses and churches in the Fort Charlotte community have joined up with police to form a social group in an effort to push for peace in their neighborhood.
Together they will hold a campaign called “40 Days of Prayer for Peace”.
The signature feature of the campaign will be public prayer sessions each of the 40 days of the campaign at scheduled placed in the Fort Charlot...

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January 19, 2011
Davis, Roberts kick-off national listening tour

Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) deputy leader Philip Brave Davis and PLP chairman Bradley Roberts started a nationwide listening tour called “Operation Sweep” in Rum Cay and San Salvador over the weekend.
The tour appears to be an extension of the PLP’s plans to travel to each inhabited island in the country to “listen to the voices of the people”, that it announced l...

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Laverne Minnis, 53
January 20, 2011
Laverne Minnis, 53

Laverne Minnis, 53, of Melrose Avenue, South Beach Estates West died at Doctor’s Hospital on Monday January 17.
She is survived by her Daughter: Ashley Minnis; 5 sisters: Betty Rand, Monique Forbes, Eureka Glinton, Katie Longley, Jacqueline Russell; 6 brothers: Wellington Dorsett, Paul Glinton, D’Antone Morley, Rev. Ednal, George and Bernie Minnis; adopted children: Jermaine, Jevon, Alexanderia ...

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January 20, 2011
Ministry, sailors agree to host All-For-One Regatta

By BRENT STUBBS

Senior Sports Reporter

bstubbs@tribunemedia.net

After all of the bickering and the meeting of the minds, the Ministry of Youth, Sports and Culture and the sailors have all agreed to host the annual All-For-One Regatta to officially begin the 2011 sailing season.

Minister of Youth, Sports and Culture Charles Maynard and sailing enthusiast Rev Dr Philip McPhee were behind the fin...

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January 25, 2011
Brave Davis Listening Tour Continues in Cat Island

Cat Island, Bahamas - This past weekend the Hon. Philip
Brave Davis, Member of Parliament for Cat Island, Rum Cay and San Salvador
continued a national listening tour and hosted post New Year's celebrations for
his constituents in Cat Island.

On Friday evening
hundreds of children in South Cat Island were feted by Mr. Davis at a party
held at the Old Bight Primary School.
The children's party was...

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January 27, 2011
Grand Concert to highlight Anglican 150th Anniversary

A Grand Gospel Concert on Saturday, February 5th will be part of the celebrations marking the 150th anniversary year of the Anglican Diocese of The Bahamas and the Turks & Caicos Islands.
Under the patronage of the Diocesan Bishop the Rt. Rev. Laish Boyd and Mrs. Boyd, the extravaganza will be held at Holy Trinity Activities Centre in Stapledon Gardens, with part proceeds earmarked for the St. Joh...

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January 31, 2011
Brave Davis blasts FNM during GB party rally

Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) Deputy Leader Philip Brave Davis, while speaking at a party rally held on Grand Bahama over the weekend, lambasted the Free National Movement (FNM) for “strangling the life out of the island” throughout their term in office.
Davis’ speech was caustic and blunt as he delved into what the PLP considers the FNM’s blunders in regards to the sale ...

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February 01, 2011
Concern about AML deal on minority shareholders

The lack of a takeover code in The Bahamas has caused some to question how protected small shareholders will be under the proposed $12 million hostile takeover of AML Foods by the City Market parent company Trans-Island Traders.
The regulator, the Securities Commission of The Bahamas (SCB), is in unchartered territory, with proposed regulations governing any takeover existing only in draft form, a...

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