Sunday, Jul 15, 2018
TOP STORIES

The lead article in today’s Nassau Guardian, under the headline

Two weeks after the increase in value-added tax (VAT) from

Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis yesterday encouraged Bahamians to “move

Free National Movement (FNM) Chairman Carl Culmer has blamed the

The Department of Housing officially launched its “serviced lots initiative”

The government is considering taking legal action against the leaseholders

BUSINESS

Businesses that do not commit to stipulations to promote social responsibility in Over-the-Hill communities can face hefty fines and even jail time, according to the

Telecommunications firm Aliv is now offering 4.5G LTE speed over its network in its major markets of New Providence and Grand Bahama, where it is

Oceanographer and well-known explorer of the Titanic’s wreckage, David Gallo, has teamed up with blockchain-based treasure hunter, PO8, to begin searching for shipwrecks and their

The Bahamas continues to sell itself as a premium destination to establish global headquarters, this time being featured on a leading international investment website. Lori Nelson,

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LIFESTYLES

Mahogany House (MH) was built on the belief that simple is good — from the food to the wine and

Letitia M Pratt The D’Aguilar Art Foundation The D’Aguilar Art Foundation’s new exhibition, “Nurture”, is the product of the most recent

Ethan Knowles Intern at the National Art Gallery of The Bahamas and West Hill StreetsNassau, The Bahamas  -  A language can do

“A thing is mighty big when time and distance cannot shrink it.” Zora Neale Hurston For the past 15 years, the

SPORTS

The BTC Elite Warriors and Lady Warriors picked up wins in their various divisions in Thursday night action in the New Providence Softball Association league

After advancing past the opening round in her first global meet, discomfort in her quadriceps kept Bahamian Jaida Knowles from moving on further as the

The Bahamas boasts a number of Minor League Baseball players who were in action this week. Lansing Lugnuts’ center fielder Chavez Young is having a great

NATIONAL REVIEW

The celebration of Bahamian independence over the last several days provided a refreshing break from weeks of political strife, social unease and anxieties over our

Addressing a Colloquium on Political Reform, Constitutional Change and National Development in June 1998, former Prime Minister the late Sir Lynden Pindling opined that the

For a group of young men inspired by independence movements in several British colonies across the globe in the 1950s and 1960s, the idea of

WORLD NEWS

NAIROBI, Kenya (AP) — Eight critically endangered black rhinos are

LONDON (AP) — A giant balloon depicting U.S. President Donald

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