Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) Chairman Bradley Roberts has accused Free National Movement (FNM) Leader Dr. Hubert Minnis of continuously “echoing” the plans of Prime Minister Perry Christie and adopting them as his own.
“As a member of the cultural community with aspirations for leading this country,
A 35-year-old handyman who was found in his boss’ home on a non working day escaped having to await his trial in prison yesterday.
When Edison Joseph appeared before Magistrate Samuel McKinney on a charge of unlawful entry, the magistrate questioned how the police gave him
A 28-year-old man who stole from his family and strangers was yesterday sentenced to 30 months in prison.
Before he was sentenced, Chavario Rolle, of Pyfrom Road, told Magistrate Samuel McKinney that he needed help for his drug habit.
On December 12, Rolle broke into his sister’s
The question of voter apathy has exercised the minds of numerous Bahamians in recent times. Even the American Embassy has intruded itself into the equation (to the annoyance of many Bahamians, myself included). There are many things which the Americans can teach Bahamians. How
James Catalyn has amassed a following peddling a brand of snarly, in-your-face comedy depicting the farce of life in these islands. It’s not everyone’s cup of tea, but he has carved a niche for himself.
That in and of itself doesn’t elevate him to the
The organizers of We March Bahamas still plan to lead a march to downtown Nassau on January 10 despite the Cabinet Office denying their request to occupy Rawson and Parliament squares as they did on November 25.
In a letter issued to the group’s main organizer,
Some time ago I received an email asking me how many five-star hotels there are in the Caribbean.
I replied that there was no recognized or independently adjudicated rating system anywhere in the region other than in the French département d’outre-mer. This meant, I said, hotels
Leo Knowles of G & L Construction recently brought cheer to seven persons in Farmer’s Hill, Exuma by employing them for four days to clean and help beautify the area near the bridge and water underpass. Eighty flowers and coconut trees were planted on the
Shaunae Miller had one of the all-time great years by a Bahamian athlete, so it really was a no-brainer that she was chosen as The Nassau Guardian’s Senior Female Athlete of the Year for 2016.
Miller was a unanimous selection, winning with 30 points, and rightly
A pair of local high school basketball teams emerged victorious in different Christmas tournaments abroad yesterday.
The Sunland Baptist Stingers took down East Lee County High School to win Oasis High School’s 4th Annual Santa Slam Basketball Tournament, which took place in Cape Coral, Florida, and