Let’s face it, beginning anything is the toughest part, and of course this applies when you initially set goals. Setting goals is the very first part of being successful in life; however, the next phase of the success process is setting up detailed plans to
After being labeled a hypocrite by his party’s chairman for standing shoulder-to-shoulder with anti-government protestors last week, Pineridge MP Frederick McAlpine yesterday accused the Minnis government of being hypocritical after it has “gone contrary” to many of the issues it once opposed.
McAlpine was responding to
Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) Leader Philip Brave Davis said yesterday that it is premature for the government to project a date for the completed sale of the Grand Lucayan resort.
“You can’t fix a closing date until you identified the buyer and at least agreed in
A man in his mid-20s was found shot dead shortly after 6 a.m. yesterday through a track road off Eneas Jumper Corner, police said.
According to Chief Superintendent Solomon Cash, “The only information we are working with is that some resident from this area was walking in
While he insisted that there is no need to panic following two confirmed cases of H1N1 influenza (swine flu), Minister of Health Dr. Duane Sands yesterday urged Bahamians to take the matter seriously and get vaccinated immediately.
“I think what needs to happen is people ought
Police are investigating a brawl at a pizza take-away on Carmichael Road on Friday.
Police said they responded to a disturbance call around 7:30 p.m. where it was reported that a group of males was fighting.
One juvenile boy was taken to hospital where he was treated and
A 31-year-old woman was injured and hospitalized shortly after 9 a.m. on Friday, after a man threw a liquid substance on her.
The Guardian understands that the man was someone she knew.
Police said the woman was at a bus stop on John F. Kennedy Drive when the
Gaming house operators are prepared to challenge the government on its sliding scale tax all the way to the Privy Council, their attorney Wayne Munroe, QC, said yesterday.
“Those are my instructions,” he said.
“If it takes 10, 20 years, my clients are in it for the
One hundred and fifty-one people were diagnosed with HIV in The Bahamas in 2017, 80 percent of whom resided in New Providence, and 70 percent of whom were Bahamians, according to Fort Charlotte MP Mark Humes.
Humes, who led a delegation to Kingston, Jamaica, last month for two regional
Police arrested a 43-year-old American man shortly after 4 p.m. on Saturday at Lynden Pindling International Airport for failing to declare $51,440 in U.S. currency.
According to reports, the man presented himself to a United States border control officer but did not declare the true amount of