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January 25, 2017
A grim boast

Junk bond status and a no-growth economy notwithstanding, Prime Minister Perry Christie has declared that Bahamians have "every indication before them that we are on the path to recovery as a country".
Seeking to present evidence to support his claim, Christie pointed to 32,000 jobs created this term, and urged PLPs to "let the statistics put out by the statistics department speak for us".
While P...

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December 20, 2016
Gibson: Hotel union shirking responsibility to workers

Calling it "unfortunate" that the Bahamas Hotel Catering and Allied Workers Union (BHCAWU) has continued to blame the government over several recent terminations, including 61 employees at the One&Only Ocean Club earlier this month, Minister of Labour Shane Gibson said yesterday that he expects recommendations this week on amendments to the laws aimed at further protecting workers.
"We recognize t...

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June 20, 2016
Life on the ground

The storm clouds over Grants Town the other day reflected the outlook of two unemployed sisters we met sitting on an old freezer passing the time on Comfort Street.
One of them, Tamika Neymour, a 39-year-old mother of four, has not had a full-time job since 2005.
She admits, her heart is set on a government job. She feels there is job security there.
"You have more benefits in a government job," s...

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July 22, 2016
Minnis hits Christie administration on unemployment

Free National Movement (FNM) Leader Dr. Hubert Minnis yesterday lashed the Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) for its failure to grow the economy and provide Bahamians with job opportunities in the wake of the International Monetary Fund's (IMF) projection that unemployment levels will increase.
"Instead of growing the economy and providing good jobs as they were elected and as they promised to do, t...

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Budget Debate Contribution by Hon. D. Shane Gibson
June 21, 2016
Budget Debate Contribution by Hon. D. Shane Gibson

Mr. Speaker, I rise to thank the Almighty God for equipping me to serve the people of The Bahamas, particularly those in the Golden Gates Constituency, at this time and under the able leadership of Prime Minister the Right Honourable Perry Gladstone Christie.

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June 06, 2016
This week in The Bahamas (30 May - 3 June 2016)

Sen. Gibson: Only referendum can ensure “freedom from discrimination”
Well former President of the Bahamas Court of Appeal Dame Joan Sawyer was in the media this week suggesting again that the upcoming referendum is a waste of time and that its objectives could be fixed legislatively. On Wednesday the Office of the Attorney General responded, calling the suggestion incorrect.

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April 26, 2016
Prime Minister Christie's Address of Inter-American Conference on Social Security

American Commission on Organisation and Administrative Systems (CAOSA) a Technical Commission of the Inter-American Conference on Social Security (CISS) On RISK and RESILIENCY

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April 05, 2016
Minister Gibson Touts the Success of the National Training Agency

The Minister of Labour, National Insurance and the Public Service disclosed the success of the National Training Agency (NTA) in the House of Assembly, March 30th, and has listed, to date, that the NTA has graduated 11 cohorts of trainees: five in New Providence, three in Grand Bahama, two in Exuma and one in Eleuthera, totaling over 1500 trainees who fully completed the prescribed 14 weeks of tra...

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March 30, 2016
Our Carmichael job agency touts first training session

According to a press release issued yesterday, several teams of volunteers under the Change Movements Our Carmichael umbrella have mobilized to address the concerns within their community on a daily basis.

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January 14, 2016
More than 50 of NTA graduates find new jobs after training

MORE than half of the graduates from the National Training Agency have found full time employment in the private and government sector, according to NTA Director Agatha Marcelle.

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