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The Minnis administration is walking a tightrope. In the wake of Hurricane Dorian, the Category 5 hurricane that irrevocably changed the landscapes of Abaco and parts of Grand Bahama, an age-old issue has been exposed: the Haitian situation. What happens to the shantytown residents who survived the most powerful hurricane to make landfall in

A tapestry of disaster

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

Tipping point

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

No light, no water, but a determination to succeed

As we spoke with her mother on a small, dark sofa which she also uses as a bed, a young

Nowhere to go

Four years ago, Hubert Rolle, now 63, was taken to Princess Margaret Hospital (PMH) in an ambulance after he suffered a

Return from la-la land 

With mounting pressure over his deafening silence many weeks into a power crisis gripping New Providence, Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis has put

BPL is a disgrace

This summer, Bahamas Power and Light (BPL) has solidified itself as a national disgrace. New Providence was hit yesterday with an

An Epic Fail

There is nothing surprising about the ongoing generation issues that plague Bahamas Power and Light (BPL) today. It is not an

Know your role

The Minnis administration missed a golden opportunity to remove Nassau Village member of Parliament Halson Moultrie as speaker of the


Back in 2015, then outspoken Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) Fort Charlotte MP Dr. Andre Rollins told The Nassau Guardian that

Critical state

There’s no shortage of horror stories from Princess Margaret Hospital (PMH) patients. It’s no secret that the decades-old facility has

Fat land

We are all aware of the crime crisis the country faced the last 10 to 15 years. Killings, mostly in