Thursday, Oct 17, 2019
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$300M expansion for Baha Mar

Baha Mar yesterday announced a $300 million resort expansion, which includes a

Chipman: I’m no political sell-out

Centreville MP Reece Chipman said yesterday that he’d rather be

Human remains found on Grand Bahama

FREEPORT, Grand Bahama — Police on Grand Bahama discovered what

Group claims wetlands impacted by oil spill

An environmental consortium claimed yesterday that traces of heavy-grade fuel oil were found

Four more bodies found on Abaco

Police on Abaco have recovered the remains of four unidentified

Prosecutors drop appeal against Goodman’s sentence

The prosecution withdrew its appeal seeking a higher sentence for

BUSINESS

Baha Mar lost $10 million in the aftermath of Hurricane Dorian, as bookings were lost and year-on-year numbers began to flop. Baha Mar President Graeme Davis,

Cooper: Govt should buy GB airport to help recovery effort

Noting the need for the government to act quickly to spur economic activity on Abaco and Grand Bahama in the aftermath of Hurricane Dorian, Progressive

Cooper: Ragged Islanders have lost faith in govt

Two years after Hurricane Irma devastated Ragged Island, the southern island remains in shambles, its Member of Parliament Chester Cooper yesterday lamented as he called

Exuma Business Outlook set for Oct. 24 at Sandals Emerald Bay 

The 13th annual Exuma Business Outlook, which will take place at Sandals Emerald Bay resort on October 24, will feature several speakers who will talk

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LIFESTYLES

Older generations must be willing to bridge the gap with younger generations in regards to where the church is today,

The ravages of Hurricane Dorian hit home for former Bahamian tennis pro Mark Knowles – his sister Samara lives on

Michelle Starkes’ Central Florida living room is literally overrun with cases of diapers, baby wipes, rash cream, toothbrushes, coloring books,

More than one million diabetics worldwide lose at least a leg annually. In The Bahamas, with 13.6 percent of the

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

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

In a natural disaster, a death toll is not merely a statistic for record keeping purposes or an incidental count of losses less important than

When a natural disaster strikes, survivors can be stripped of their loved ones, their homes, their possessions and their livelihoods. Being left with just the clothes

If Freeport does not rebound, Grand Bahama will not rebound. Given this inarguable reality, it was astounding to hear the prime minister in a press conference