Basil Sands, 88, was Sovereign Grand Commander of the Prince Hall Masonic Order worldwide.
Basil Sands, a pioneer in the accounting field in The Bahamas, died at home yesterday. He was 88.
“He lived a full life,” his son, Robert “Sandy” Sands, told The Nassau Guardian. “He was certainly a family man. His enduring legacy will be his children, but his commitment
Sir Roland Symonette.
Acting President of the Bahamas Christian Council Anglican Archdeacon James Palacious said yesterday that he does not believe former Premier and Leader of the United Bahamian Party (UBP) Sir Roland Symonette meets the criteria as defined in law to be considered a national hero.
Former Minister of State for Finance Zhivargo Laing and a group of 19 teenagers were the victims of a “horrific and ugly” verbal racial attack while in Atlanta, Georgia, this week.
Laing made the revelation during his Guardian Radio talk show “Z Live: Off the Record”
A magistrate on Thursday dismissed a lawsuit brought against former Cabinet Minister Theresa Moxey-Ingraham’s widower by his stepdaughter.
Magistrate Ambrose Armbrister threw out the claim made by Odia Richardson, the daughter of the late parliamentarian, in a suit she filed against Kirk Ingraham alleging that he
The government’s decision to increase value-added tax (VAT) from 7.5 percent to 12 percent caused uproar. People thought the move excessive.
Some were so concerned that there was a run on items at grocery stores. Shoppers bought so much in the run-up to the VAT increase
Greetings, I am writing this letter from Mangrove Cay, Andros.
My husband and I moved home to Mangrove Cay 32 years ago. My husband had a dream of a project to help uplift his hometown. He visited then Prime Minister the late Lynden Pindling. When
As a habitual reader of The Nassau Guardian, I was surprised at the mistake made in attributing statements made by George Smith to C.A. Smith, who recently served as deputy to the governor general. However, to its credit, the newspaper quickly corrected the mistake
Three armed bandits broke into a building on Mackey Street yesterday and tied up a security guard, police said.
Police responded and arrested the suspects.
According to police, thieves entered the Learning Resources Unit on Mackey Street around 2 a.m.
The bandits, two men and a woman, held
Julian Stewart (left) and Kevie Cambridge. TORRELL GLINTON
A Supreme Court judge on Thursday deferred a decision on whether two Harbour Island residents accused of raping two teenage visitors to the island will be released on bail.
Justice Bernard Turner was supposed to give his bail decision in the case of Julian Stewart, 27,