Related Items:#harveytynescallsPMafailure, #magneticmedianews Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppBahamas, May 8, 2017 – Nassau – Popular Attorney Harvey Tynes, QC, railed against Prime Minister Perry Christie and the Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) as he urged Bahamians to vote against the government in a bid to save the country.Citing the two failed referendums, violent crime and the introduction of Value- Added Tax (VAT), Mr. Tynes explained that despite Mr Christie’s likability, he has been a “dismal failure and complete disaster” this term.Mr. Tynes admitted that he voted for the PLP in 2012, but went on to describe the upcoming general elections as the last chance to save the country in a short video that was circulated on social media on Friday.“I happen to like Perry Gladstone Christie,” he said. “The man has a big heart and a great sense of humour and I like people like that. Perry Christie happens to be one of my favourite people.”, Mr. Tynes said.“I voted PLP, most Bahamians voted PLP. We chose Perry Christie to lead our country out of the mess it was in. Now five years later what has Christie given us in return?”, Tynes continued.Turning his attention to the failed referendums on gaming and gender equality, Mr. Tynes noted that in both instances Mr Christie lied about his administration’s agenda and wasted millions of dollars on propaganda.“He also gave us VAT,” he said, “a crippling tax burden on the poorest of our people who are now literally starving to death. He gave us a series of downgrades in our credit rating as a country to our current junk status and now we are in danger of our Bahamian dollar being devalued.”Mr Tynes said: “Meanwhile violent crime in our country has gone completely out of control and now comes the shocking news that senior well-paid members of Christie’s cabinet are out there begging rich foreigners for personal favours instead of working to protect our interests as a people.”He added: “Let us face the truth, Perry Christie has been a dismal failure and complete disaster.”#magneticmedianews#harveytynescallsPMafailure Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp
WILMINGTON, MA — The Wilmington Memorial Library is collaborating with The Career Place in Woburn to bring weekly job help meetings to the library.The library’s Wilmington Networkers group has meet for four years on a biweekly basis but now will meet every Monday at 10 a.m. with staff from The Career Place leading many of the sessions.Anyone who is looking for work or is contemplating a job change is welcome to attend. All meetings focus on an aspect of the job search process and usually feature a speaker or trainer.Upcoming meetings include “Ask a Career Counselor” (arrive prepared with questions) on Monday, September 17 and “How to Develop a Professional Network” on Monday, September 24.For a listing of all fall events, visit the library’s website at http://wilmlibrary.org. For questions, email Assistant Library Director Charlotte Wood at email@example.com.The Career Place in Woburn is one of the many state career centers that helps individuals assess their skill levels and interests, find and apply for jobs, or enter education and training programs. They offer employment workshops, computer skills workshops, on-site employment interviews, and job fairs.In late September, The Career Place will change its name to The MassHire Metro North Career Center as part of a rebranding effort to bring unity to the Massachusetts Workforce Development System.(NOTE: The above press release is from the Wilmington Memorial Library.)Like Wilmington Apple on Facebook. Follow Wilmington Apple on Twitter. Follow Wilmington Apple on Instagram. Subscribe to Wilmington Apple’s daily email newsletter HERE. Got a comment, question, photo, press release, or news tip? Email firstname.lastname@example.org.Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… RelatedLIBRARY LINEUP: Wildwood Cemetery Stroll Set For September 21In “Community”LIBRARY LINEUP: FREE Bach, Beethoven, & Brahams Concert On Sept. 12In “Community”Wilmington Book Club Listings — July 2019In “Community”
Subhrangshu Roy, the suspended Trinamool Congress MLA, announced on Friday (May 24) that he is joining the Bharatiya Janata Party in a few days. He was suspended by the TMC earlier of Friday for his anti-party comments for the past six years.He was a legislator for the TMC from Bijpur in West Bengal.Subhrangshu is the son of Mukul Roy, a BJP leader. He is following his father’s footsteps, who defected to the BJP in November 2017 after a rift between him and the TMC party leader Mamata Banerjee.Addressing the media on Friday, Subhrangshu said, “Now, I will breathe freely. Many in the TMC feel suffocated.He added, “My father has advised me to be careful, as I may be implicated in a false criminal case, or may be attacked…I will join the BJP within two to three days.”Talking about him losing to his father, Mukul Roy, Subhrangshu said that he had no qualms over the loss and commended his father’s organisational skills. He said that Mukul Roy was a better organisational player than him.He said, “Today, I have no qualms in accepting that I have lost to my father. He is a real Chanakya of Bengal politics. Our party has lost and people voted against us. We should accept it.”
Two road accidents in Narsingdi kill nine people. Photo: CollectedNine people were killed and four others injured in separate road accidents in Madhabdi and Shibpur upazilas of Narsingdi on Monday morning.In Madhabdi, six people were killed in a head-on collision between a bus and a microbus on Dhaka-Sylhet highway in Kandail area around 6:30am.The deceased could not be identified immediately.Madhabdi police station officer-in-charge Elius Miah said that the accident took place when the Narayanganj-bound bus collided with the Beanibazar-bound microbus, leaving four passengers of the microbus dead on the spot and three others injured.Among the injured, one died in the Dhaka Medical College Hospital and another died in the Narsingdi Sadar Hospital.In Shibpur, three people were killed and three others injured when a bus hit a human hauler in Kararchar area around 9:30am.The deceased are Arman, 50, a schoolteacher, Masum 45, a mosque Imam and Sohag, 22.Narsingdi district hospital sources said that the accident took place as the bus hit the human hauler in the area, leaving Arman dead on the spot and five others injured.Later, the injured were taken to the hospital where Masum and Sohag succumbed to their injuries.
Kolkata: Ranjit Das (52), a resident of Indran village under Itahar police station in North Dinajpur, was stabbed to death inside his house on Sunday night.Locals have alleged that the victim’s son Rajesh might have killed him to take revenge on his mother’s death. It was also stated that Ranjit had killed his wife a few years ago. Police have started a detailed probe to ascertain the exact cause behind the murder. According to the preliminary investigation, police also suspect that the victim was killed by his son. Also Read – 3 injured, flight, train services hit as rains lash BengalThe villagers told police Rajesh often got involved in fights with his father over the death of his mother, Rupa Das. The woman was murdered five years ago. Ranjit was arrested on the charges of killing his wife and later released on bail. It was learnt that when the incident had occurred, Rajesh lived in Delhi for professional reasons. After returning home, a year ago, he came to know about this father’s involvement in his mother’s death. The equation between Rajesh and his father had changed since then but nobody in the locality could expect that it would lead to such a crime. It was learnt that the accused son hit his father’s head with a sharp weapon following a quarrel. The injured father was taken to a hospital in Raigunj on late Sunday night. He succumbed to his injuries at the hospital on Monday morning. The accused, Rajesh, has been absconding since the incident took place. Police have started a probe into the incident and are raids are being conducted to nab the culprit.