Sunday, Jun 16, 2019
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Rastafarians should wait

Marijuana Commission Co-Chair Bishop Simeon Hall yesterday advised the Rastafarian

Chipman says Bahamians ‘frustrated’

While suggesting that the government is losing public support, Centreville MP

Rastafari ready to sue

The Rastafarian community has threatened to sue the government if

177 Haitian migrants caught off Inagua

One hundred and seventy-seven Haitians were arrested about 30 miles

Hanna-Martin defends Western Air deal

Former Minister of Transport and Aviation Glenys Hanna Martin yesterday

Sands: Our lifestyle choices are killing us

As he declared a war on non-communicable diseases (NCD) in The Bahamas,

BUSINESS

Wynn Development Ltd. revealed yesterday that it has retained the services of High-Rise Concrete Construction Ltd. (HCC) to build the superstructure at its Cable Beach

Investar Securities opening GB office on Monday

Investar Securities Ltd. is opening a Grand Bahama office on Monday to bring its Titan Funds to the island, a press release from the company

Pintard: Moving away from antiquated, inefficient farming methods necessary

It is essential the government privatize or otherwise enter into a public-private arrangement in order to fix the government packing house system and increase production

Budget allocation for creation of climate change policy

The government must continue to attract resources in order to mitigate climate change, according to Minister of Agriculture and Marine Resources Michael Pintard, who said

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LIFESTYLES

An island landscape in the mind of a non-native may include picturesque coastal scenes of blue and turquoise shaded waters

A man walks along a row of houses with a crowbar in one hand, a piece of wood in the

On the heels of his rise to wider recognition and fame, Bahamian indie-folk artist Matthew Pinder is creating a space

In the French brasserie/bistro-style of dining the concept is simple – serve fine, refreshing and wholesome meals without sacrificing flavor

SPORTS

The Bahamas has produced a cadre of perennial basketball players dating back to the old days, with a lot of them having given back to

Junior players in The Bahamas are receiving more tennis match play and more competition. The executive board of The Bahamas Lawn Tennis Association (BLTA) has

The Bahamas will play host to the 4th Annual Pan American United Karate Organization (PUKO) Championships at the Kendal G.L. Isaacs National Gymnasium, which is

NATIONAL REVIEW

Back in 2015, then outspoken Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) Fort Charlotte MP Dr. Andre Rollins told The Nassau Guardian that if receiving a PLP nomination

There’s no shortage of horror stories from Princess Margaret Hospital (PMH) patients. It’s no secret that the decades-old facility has its share of problems. Most of

We are all aware of the crime crisis the country faced the last 10 to 15 years. Killings, mostly in New Providence, drove the murder

WORLD NEWS
Passengers subdue chaotic man on board Turkish Airlines jet

ISTANBUL (AP) — Passengers on a Turkish Airlines jetliner flying

10 Kenyan police officers killed in blast near Somalia

NAIROBI, Kenya (AP) — At least 10 Kenyan police officers