$50-m green Benz?

Friday, December 14, 2018

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Dr Andrew Wheatley did the wise thing by offering to give back the money spent on a birthday cake for him at Petrojam. Now he needs to respond to social media which has been circulating a $50-million Benz saying it is his. It's painted green to boot! He should say whether Petrojam or any Government entity bought him such a car, and if so, whether he plans to hand it back, now that he is no longer the portfolio minister.

Socialites and

'Tis the time of year when the socialites and social climbers come out to play with a vengeance. Typically, they have been scouting for invites from all the in-people and the hype events. Things seem to have been especially hard on one certain socialite this year. People are noticing that she is repeating the same dress from last year.

Wrong SOE move, PNP

All my girls agree, which is a hard thing to get, that the PNP's decision to vote against extending the states of emergency is a bad one, especially at this time. Thieves, too, are looking to have a happy Christmas and a prosperous New Year, of course at the expense of hard-working people. Can the PNP at least offer a serious crime-fighting plan to replace the SOE, since there is none in sight? Maybe my sisters in the PNP Women's Movement can see that some sense prevails. Over to you, Jennifer Edwards.

We need a sign from

Tourism Minister Edmund Bartlett needs to restore his positive image in the eyes of the public by speaking about the troubling $17-million sign in MoBay. It falls under his portfolio and he has remained uncharacteristically silent. Where is the promised review, Mr Minister?

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