Bahamian heavyweight boxer Amron “The Sandman” Sands looks to make a name for himself over the course of the next few months, as he is set to compete in his second professional fight on September 22.
Sands also expects to fight on another card in October,
Fred Sturrup will be out of the country for a week, and in the meantime, Guardian Sports will run a few of his columns from the past. His regular columns will return on Thursday August 31.
Flag football is definitely in its ascendancy in The Bahamas.
Bahamian post player registers 18th double-double of the season in the victory
D’Aguilar says no more job cuts at ministry
Simon Wilson is out as financial secretary, The Nassau Guardian understands.
Wilson’s departure has been anticipated ever since the new administration came in, in May.
He will make his departure at a time when the government is seeking to tighten controls on the country’s finances and improve
A pregnant woman who was thrown into the trunk of a car over the weekend told a magistrate yesterday that she wanted to withdraw the charges because the incident was her “fault”.
Brothers Travis Taylor, 27, of Ross Corner, and Valentino Taylor, 30, of Ghana Circle,
The government’s foreshadowed disengagement of 126 reengaged pensioners demonstrates the Minnis administration is uncaring and callous, Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) Chairman Bradley Roberts said yesterday.
Roberts said the government appears bent on purging the public service.
He said the result will be increased numbers of Bahamians joining the
Several residents of Adelaide Village are expressing deep concern for the state of the Adelaide creek and the nearby shoreline, which have reportedly been damaged due to nearby construction.
Bahamas National Trust (BNT) Executive Director Eric Carey told The Nassau Guardian yesterday, “I sent a warden
Press Secretary to the Prime Minister Anthony Newbold said yesterday he has “no idea” why Social Services Minister Lanisha Rolle is refusing to speak to the press and continuously directs questions relative to her ministry to Newbold and the Office of the Prime Minister (OPM).
Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) Deputy Chairman Alex Storr and Vice Chairman Obie Roberts are “seriously considering” seeking the chairmanship post in the party’s October convention.
When contacted for comment yesterday, Storr told The Nassau Guardian, “I have it under serious consideration.
“As you know, I am the