Pointe Fm to enter newspaper business


A newspaper with the backing of Prime Minister Gaston Browne will hit the streets soon.

It will be an extension of Pointe FM, the radio station that Browne claims he does not own.

General Manager of Pointe FM Senator Colin O’ Neal made the announcement on Wednesday the same day that the Daily Observer went out of print.

He said he did not know what the paper will be called but revealed that media personnel Everton Barnes would be the editor.

O’ Neal said construction is already ongoing at Pointe FM to extend the building to make room for the newspaper.

Prior to this announcement, prime minister Browne told the radio station that he supports the move.

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  1. I would never buy dem paper. If I find myself in the bush, I would never even used them paper to wipe my behind.

  2. When oh lord would the wicked of this country stop flourishing. WHEN LORD WHENNNNNNNNNNNNNN. When would intervene and stop these wicked set ah people!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  3. One paper i could never purchased …. but hope they print about the E BOOKS SCANDAL and all of alp corruption not even if upp 9r crusader start a paper i would support y would anyone want to hear onesided crap…..observer dont know if it was a wise idea to close down the hard copy atleast do it on the friday so u have it for rhe weekend

  4. Imagine this was the man that use to personally cuss rhe hell out of alp party members how does a man like him feel because he was not just a upp supporter i could understand,but this guy was very personal cussing alp.People like this let u know u never trust a soul he has no soul and stand for nothing i understand he needs to eat but this is just sick saying the same things about the upp he just say about alp lol what a clown ……hope he and beef getting along much better because they fighting to impress the dictator

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