Wednesday, Sep 18, 2019

Save the Bays (STB) is warning that the oil spill at Equinor’s South Riding Point storage and transshipment terminal in High Rock, Grand Bahama should

ICB: Foreign claims adjusters must submit credentials to ICB

The Insurance Commission of The Bahamas (ICB) is ensuring both the public and foreign claims adjusters know that it is illegal for those adjusters to

Mitchell: No evidence Bahamas hogtied in any way to China

In a “world of real politics” The Bahamas must take note of its position in the middle of an ongoing war between the two largest

Carnival to resume calls to Bahamian ports

After suspending visits to Bahamian ports of call due to Hurricane Dorian, Carnival Corporation yesterday announced the resumption of sailings to the country and its

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Grand Bahama residents can now access emergency health care services via the generosity of Samaritan’s Purse, through relationships fostered with the

For five straight days, top physicians and executives from Cleveland Clinic Florida, led by Chief Executive Officer and President Dr.

Two years ago, I wrote an article on the impact of Hurricane Irma on the loss of cultural material and

Hurricane Dorian. The name is sure to be remembered as one of the most destructive forces of nature. The devastation


It took four very physical and close games as the Olivia’s Guest House Cybots were able to close out the Gladstone Road Liquors Panthers, 67-66, to win the

The start of the IAAF World Championships is now just 10 days away, and the Bahamas Association of Athletic Associations (BAAA) is left still scrambling for

The New Providence Softball Association (NPSA) playoffs are set to get underway this coming Thursday, but the two-time defending women’s champions Sunshine Auto Wildcats had some unfinished business


Peggy Bridgewater moved with a grace unbefitting the horrors she had witnessed and was witnessing in her native Grand Bahama. Her family only has two houses

In recent days, both our editorial writers and one of our Nassau Guardian columnists, Philip Galanis, coincidentally opined on the “summer of our discontent”, highlighting

As we spoke with her mother on a small, dark sofa which she also uses as a bed, a young girl looked on shyly. In a

When the Maurice Moore Primary School shelter in Freeport began to flood during unprecedented inundation caused by Hurricane Dorian, Wayne and Marsha Stubbs, whose home

For Anischa Davis, a resident of McLean’s Town, Grand Bahama, living with the reality of missing loved ones is a tormenting experience. “I lost friends,” she

FREEPORT, Grand Bahama — “It’s a ghost town out here, miss, a ghost town,” a man shouts from across the way. “Dead, okay? Dead. You see

Constitutional changes at the political party level and a focus on building one’s portfolio of advocacy and support system for family care are among the