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February 15, 2016
How long will Pintard go to get thee Central Grand Bahama nomination?

Senator Pintard recently asked if the Bahamas Development Bank (BDB) was being misused to support BAMSI? In asking that question was Pintard being truthful in his intent to draw attention to the incumbent Member of Parliament for Central Grand Bahama whose company (Precision Tune Auto Care) was a recipient of a loan from the BDB while he served as a Cabinet Minister.

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November 16, 2015
Learning how to vote

A YOUTH organisation is taking steps to prepare prospective first time voters for the civic responsibility of casting a ballot in the upcoming general election...

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October 23, 2015
Diplomatic Week Lunch Hosted By Minister Hanna-Martin

The Bahamas seeking re-election to the Council of the IMO.

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Dr. Hubert Minis' 2015-2016 Budget Contribution
June 18, 2015
Dr. Hubert Minis' 2015-2016 Budget Contribution

I give God thanks for it is only by His grace and strength that I am able to speak in this place at this critical time in our nationís history. I also thank the people of our Bahamas and my constituents of Killarney on whose behalf I am privileged to speak....

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June 11, 2015
BNCC to run in 2017 election

EXECUTIVES of the social reform organisation, the Bahamas National Citizenship Coalition yesterday announced plans to transition into a political party to contest the 2017 general election.

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'Stronger Bahamas' an insult to Bahamians
June 08, 2015
'Stronger Bahamas' an insult to Bahamians

Dear Editor,
PLP Chairman Bradley Roberts must think it is 1967. Someone should tell him that we are now deep into the 21st century, and Bahamians are no longer quite the flock of unthinking sheep they used to be.

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January 30, 2015
BUT president receives political approach for 2017 election

BAHAMAS Union of Teachers President Belinda Wilson said today she has been approached by a political party to run in the next election and despite making "no commitments" she can "never say never".

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January 31, 2015
BUT president receives political approach for 2017 election

BAHAMAS Union of Teachers President Belinda Wilson said today she has been approached by a political party to run in the next election and despite making "no commitments" she can "never say never".

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October 17, 2014
Be careful what you wish for

Dear Editor,

The Loretta Butler-Turner faction of the Free National Movement has finally got what it has been clamoring for well over a year for - a definitive date set for a national convention. The FNM executive council's announcement that a one day convention will be held this coming November 21 has caught many completely off-guard, seeing that the group had earlier given the tentative timefra...

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August 16, 2014
Changing the people in charge

The Bahamian people have changed. They relate differently now to politicians and political parties as compared to the majority rule (1967) period. A young Lynden Pindling and the Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) won government that year, breaking the line of rule of people of European descent over the territory that spanned from the late 15th century. Pindling and his PLP ran the country for 2...

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