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Though the torrential downpour of rain on Tuesday was not as heavy compared to the same time last week, several residents in low-lying communities throughout New Providence were fearful of rapidly rising floodwater. The Nassau Guardian toured eastern, southern and northern parts of New Providence yesterday and
Minister of National Security Dr. Bernard Nottage was in Florida yesterday for a medical evaluation, according to a statement from the government last night. The press release did not state, however, what the medical evaluation was for. “Dr. Nottage will be absent on leave until those evaluations
A verdict is expected today in the trial of a man accused of having sex with an underage girl and capturing the illicit act on his cell phone. At his trial before Justice Vera Watkins, Edward Butler has denied the allegation that he had sex with
Dear Editor, The Democratic National Alliance is asking the government to declare an outright war on crime. The people of The Bahamas and our guests are not secure from the criminal elements and one of the fundamental responsibilities of any government is the national security of
Dear Editor, So John McCain went to Syria? I’m sure there is much madness in this former prisoner of war. Anyway, I don’t want to see another American soldier killed in a foreign land fighting a war that he has no business in. We just recently celebrated Memorial
“There is no such thing as gratitude unexpressed. If it is unexpressed, it is plain, old-fashioned ingratitude,” said Robert Brault. While expressing gratitude to Hubert Ingraham for his leadership of the nation would be appropriate, it never seemed something he demanded or felt comfortable with.