Tuesday, Oct 22, 2019
BUSINESS

4M Harbour Island Limited said yesterday that it is looking forward to securing new approvals for its Harbour Island project, Briland Club Residences and Marina, after the Supreme Court

DPM: Developed nations must share responsibility of climate crisis

Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Finance Peter Turnquest called on multilateral development banks to implement solutions for Small Island Developing States (SIDS) faced with the economic

Tourism stakeholders meet to discuss way forward

Tourism stakeholders have agreed to align their efforts to maintain the country’s value for money proposition in order to steer The Bahamas’ tourism sector back

Johnson promotes Bahamas’ financial services sector

Minister of Financial Services, Trade, Industry and Immigration Elsworth Johnson made the case for the continued need for and relevance of The Bahamas financial services sector in

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LIFESTYLES

From the onset of puberty, menstruation (period) is something women have to deal with on a monthly basis – for

Former Miss Bahamas Juliette Sargent Broussard is a top educator in the United States and in the running for the

Teppanyaki is a style of Japanese cuisine that is derived from the words “teppan” (iron plate) and “yaki” (grilled, boiled

King Solomon, the biblical king of Israel, is revered in Christianity, Judaism, Islam and Rastafarianism alike. A wealthy and wise

SPORTS

Bahamian Chavano “Buddy” Hield could very well get the 100-plus million dollars that he was asking for — albeit with incentives. Hield and the Sacramento Kings

The Bahamas Softball Federation (BSF) is substituting the round-robin nationals for an all-star initiative this year, geared around bringing the best players from the various

The Bahamas Lawn Tennis Association’s (BLTA) Senior National Championships got underway this past weekend at the BLTA’s National Tennis Centre with action in four divisions

NATIONAL REVIEW

Many of the Haitian migrants who lived in the slums on Abaco have nowhere to go. Those refugees, who fled Haiti for economic and political reasons,

Michael Dillon, 56, wants Abaconians to come back home. “We need to restart our community,” he told The Nassau Guardian. “We need to restart our economy.” Dillon, a

When I boarded Bahamasair’s 0335 flight into Marsh Harbour, Abaco, on September 30, I had no idea what I was getting into. I’d seen the pictures

Decisions and actions before disasters play a significant role in the extent of loss and the ability to effect recovery and restoration. As we look to

When I saw videos and photos of the hundreds of people who, in many cases with little more than the clothes on their backs, lined

One of the more disturbing developments in the government’s response to Hurricane Dorian is the significant discrepancies emanating from the Cabinet of The Bahamas on

Hundreds on Grand Bahama are now jobless following the closure of more than half of the island’s storm-damaged businesses, with over 60 percent of impacted