The government spent over $2 million on the Self Starter Program in the past four years, according to Minister of Youth, Sports and Culture Charles Maynard.
The program is a government initiative to foster self employment among Bahamians between 18 and 30.
The government approves start up
Police have observed a disturbing trend recently concerning reports of missing teenage girls who were found either with their boyfriends or adult men, according to Superintendent of Police Stephen Dean.
“When we conducted our investigation we found out they are not as reported,” Dean said.
Convicted drug dealer Melvin Maycock Sr. is seeking bail pending an appeal of his drug and gun conviction.
Maycock, 45, has been in prison since November 2, when Deputy Chief Magistrate Carolita Bethell sentenced him to three years in prison after she convicted him of having
I would like to take this opportunity to congratulate you on the newly launched Nassau Guardian. I like the new format, particularly the section which highlights what's included in the newspaper under the heading "Today", and especially the fresh, crisp paper stock that you used
I found that the article in Thursday’s Punch (November 24) titled “Smith compelled to run in FNM safe seat of Montagu” made for rather amusing reading. If ‘compelled’ is a term to be used it should reflect the fact that I represent some of
In 2009 the government announced that it was conducting a New Providence Road Improvement Project, which upon completion would result in us enjoying wonderful roads making our driving around New Providence, particularly the daily commute to work, much easier and quicker. At the same
Advertisements have been running in The Nassau Guardian the past week asking our readers to send in headlines to the paper that reflect ideal visions of what The Bahamas should be.
The ads have been running since we successfully re-launched the paper on our anniversary on
The opposition party needs to identify a successor to its leader