Former Bahamas Power and Light (BPL) Executive Chairperson Darnell Osborne has severed ties with the Free National Movement (FNM), resigning as a finance committee member and from the party itself, The Nassau Guardian understands.
Osborne, who was a card-carrying member of the FNM since 2002, resigned several weeks
Police seized over $20,000 worth of marijuana in two separate incidents on Saturday and arrested three men in connection with the matters.
Police said shortly after 4 p.m. officers conducted a search of a residence on Hawthorn Road, Oakes Field, and recovered four plastic wraps with
Aman died following a traffic accident on Tonique Williams-Darling Highway on Friday around 11 p.m., police said.
He was attempting to cross the highway when he was struck by a red Suzuki, which was traveling in the east-bound lane, according to police.
The driver of the Suzuki
Speaker of the House of Assembly Halson Moultrie’s call for a more autonomous Parliament was “necessary, critical and absolutely correct”, former House Speaker Dr. Kendal Major said.
“If you would look at my record and a number of my utterances and writings over the last five years, I
When the Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) lost the 2017 general election, it seemed it would be in opposition for a long, long time.
It only had four seats. Its leader lost his seat. It only won 37 percent of the vote.
Philip Brave Davis stepped in as
The late Chinese communist revolutionary Mao Zedong was quoted as saying, “Communism is not love; communism is a hammer which we use to crush the enemy.”
To the Chinese people, the tears of strangers are only water. At the risk of appearing to stereotype these
“Education is everything! Education is the only thing! It is that magic key that unlocks the padlock of poverty.” – Prince Wallace
This past weekend, scores of Bahamians who live in Minnesota, as well as several who travelled from The Bahamas, attended a banquet at Saint
“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
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
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