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Dear Editor, “Know your history, bro” was both a statement that summarized an opposing view on Facebook, but also carried a deeper meaning that lays bare the root of the problem in the battle for the area known as Lighthouse Point on Eleuthera. It’s not all about

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Jonquel Jones.

On Thursday morning, most of the country found out about perennial women’s basketball player Jonquel Jones’ decision to play basketball for Bosnia-Herzegovnia moving forward in The Nassau Guardian’s Sports Scope column written by Fred Sturrup. Yesterday, Jones posted on Facebook why she decided to make the

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The Wildcats celebrate after winning their game against the Lady Truckers on Thursday, Sept. 20, 2018.

The C&S Hitmen and the Sunshine Auto Wildcats took a 2-1 lead in the New Providence Softball Association women and men’s best-of-seven games championship series on Thursday night at Banker’s Field, Baillou Hills Sporting Complex. The Hitmen defeated the Commando Security Truckers 2-1. The Wildcats

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The invisibility of debt: China’s purchase of the Nassuvian coastline: downton Nassau.

We usually think of aesthetics in two ways: either the aesthetic pleasure of a work of art or the aesthetics of a period, style or artist. Time has moved on, however, and we are now forced to contemplate differently: the juxtaposition of unrelated ideas/concepts fit

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Volunteers cleaning up and beautifying the park.

On Saturday, September 15, 2018 from 9 a.m. – 3 p.m., our own art museum, the National Art Gallery of The Bahamas (NAGB), thought nationally while acting locally and engaged its next-door neighbours with a park beautification day. The NAGB, in partnership with Aliv, has adopted

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Catherine Weech, managing director, Public Hospitals Authority, at the press conference held at PHA to address union concerns, Friday, September 21, 2018. BIS Photo/Raymond A. Bethel, Sr.

Following two consecutive demonstrations of healthcare professionals this week over financial issues, the Public Hospitals Authority advised yesterday that it remains “fiscally challenged” and cannot expand salaries and benefits given the current state of Princess Margaret Hospital (PMH) and the scope of works needed there. Junior physicians

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Don Saunders.

Deputy Speaker of the House of Assembly Don Saunders said he supports the comments made by House Speaker Halson Moultrie and noted that the comments echoed discussions that he and other backbenchers have had before. In a contribution to the House on Wednesday, Moultrie claimed that the

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