Wednesday, Oct 23, 2019

The government has collected nearly $7.5 million in donations following Hurricane Dorian, Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis revealed yesterday. “In this hurricane relief effort, there will be

WSC expanding GPS tracking of its fleet

The Water and Sewerage Corporation (WSC) is expanding the GPS tracking solution for its fleet of vehicles across all of its offices throughout The Bahamas,

Gibson: WSC working to restore services on Abaco

The Water and Sewerage Corporation (WSC) has commenced the reconstruction of many of its assets on Abaco after receiving $6 million of the $15 million

Residents petition to stop the further commercialization of Village Road

A group, Our Bahamas, is petitioning the Department of Physical Planning to stop the further commercialization of Village Road. The petition was started after an application

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From the onset of puberty, menstruation (period) is something women have to deal with on a monthly basis – for

Former Miss Bahamas Juliette Sargent Broussard is a top educator in the United States and in the running for the

Teppanyaki is a style of Japanese cuisine that is derived from the words “teppan” (iron plate) and “yaki” (grilled, boiled

King Solomon, the biblical king of Israel, is revered in Christianity, Judaism, Islam and Rastafarianism alike. A wealthy and wise


The BAAA Masquerade Race Weekend, one of the first athletic events of the new season, will get off the ground in December, set for the

Facing damning criticism for little to no recognition for the world championships medalists who returned to The Bahamas on October 14, National Heroes Day, Minister

Bahamian Chavano “Buddy” Hield could very well get the 100-plus million dollars that he was asking for — albeit with incentives. Hield and the Sacramento Kings


If the Commonwealth of The Bahamas is to have a fighting chance of recovery after the horrors of Hurricane Dorian it will require leadership that

Many of the Haitian migrants who lived in the slums on Abaco have nowhere to go. Those refugees, who fled Haiti for economic and political reasons,

Michael Dillon, 56, wants Abaconians to come back home. “We need to restart our community,” he told The Nassau Guardian. “We need to restart our economy.” Dillon, a

Decisions and actions before disasters play a significant role in the extent of loss and the ability to effect recovery and restoration. As we look to

When I saw videos and photos of the hundreds of people who, in many cases with little more than the clothes on their backs, lined

One of the more disturbing developments in the government’s response to Hurricane Dorian is the significant discrepancies emanating from the Cabinet of The Bahamas on

Hundreds on Grand Bahama are now jobless following the closure of more than half of the island’s storm-damaged businesses, with over 60 percent of impacted