Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis on Saturday thanked fellow passengers aboard a Delta Airlines flight from New York to Nassau for choosing to visit The Bahamas after Hurricane Dorian.
“I just spoke at the United Nations yesterday and I told them that the best way they can
While denying claims that there has been a significant increase in the population of a Haitian shantytown in his constituency, North Andros MP Carlton Bowleg said the shantytown “will be dealt with in very short order.”
“I can tell you personally from what I know, I don’t know of
Within a week of Hurricane Dorian’s impact on The Bahamas, I listened to a young woman of foreign (non-Bahamian) origin talk loudly about what she identified as “the problem” on Great Abaco Island and in The Bahamas, specifically that Bahamians are racist and don’t
The Bahamas has been engaged in the international effort to safeguard the environment, to protect our biodiversity and to reduce greenhouse gas emissions for more than three decades.
Beginning in the early 1990s a host of pro-environmental actions were taken by the government including the following:
“If you do not know where you are going, every road will get you nowhere.” — Henry A. Kissinger
Twenty years ago, as we approached the new millennium, the world was hopeful that, as we were witnessing the end of the 20th century and welcoming the
Michael Dawkins Jr. and his family are coming to terms with the fact that they may never recover the remains of his father who died on Abaco during Hurricane Dorian.
Michael Dawkins Sr., 64, died in floodwaters during the monster Category 5 storm that ravaged parts of
Niesha Jennings, 17, a resident of Pineridge, Grand Bahama, spent two and a half days in her attic with 16 relatives as Hurricane Dorian terrorized the island earlier this month.
“The water was almost touching the roof,” Jennings told The Nassau Guardian.
“[It was] like couple inches away
After treating roughly 20 critical patients at a clinic in Treasure Cay during Hurricane Dorian, Dr. Tamika Rolle-Fynes said she hopes to get licensed to practice medicine in The Bahamas.
“I went to school in Cuba and I am waiting to do an exam
National Emergency Management Services (NEMS) has received a boost to its fleet of emergency service vehicles, as Global Medical Response donated twelve ambulances in the aftermath of Hurricane Dorian.
The first donation of four ambulances took place on September 12, the second shipment of four more
DOHA, Qatar ‑ Tynia Gaither came up short of making her first-ever major meet final of the women's 100 meters (m) on Sunday, bowing out on the semis at the 17th International Association of Athletics Federations' (IAAF) World Championships in Doha, Qatar.
In her opening round