Wednesday, May 27, 2020

The Office of the Attorney General plans to appeal a Supreme Court ruling, which found that anyone born in The Bahamas to either a Bahamian mother or father is entitled to citizenship at birth, regardless of the parents’ marital status. This contradicts the longstanding requirement that children born in The Bahamas out of wedlock to Bahamian men

Heartbreak for restaurant staff 

Twelve years ago, Abdul Johnson began his employment at Luciano’s restaurant as a dishwasher, but he said he had ambition and no intention of spending

Grim prospects: New grads face dire job market 

Thousands of young Bahamians across the globe and at home, who spent years working toward their college degrees, are facing a grim reality this graduation season:

‘Albury shouldn’t resign’

Free National Movement (FNM) Central and South Abaco Constituency Association Chairman Victor Patterson said yesterday Central and South Abaco MP James Albury should not be forced

Many not getting the message despite fines for breaking lockdown, curfew order, magistrate says

Bahamians are not taking the curfew and lockdown restrictions seriously, Deputy Chief Magistrate Andrew Forbes said yesterday. He made his comments during the arraignment of four

D’Aguilar: We can’t continue like this for long

Minister of Tourism and Aviation Dionisio D’Aguilar said yesterday that “we’ll starve” if the economy is not opened within the

American charged with shooting at officers

An American boat captain accused of shooting at law enforcement officers on Green Turtle Cay, Abaco, was on Tuesday denied

Man charged with indecent assault

A 42-year-old man was remanded to prison on Tuesday on an indecent assault charge. Sheldon Forbes, of Sir Lynden Pindling Estates,

Man who cut off ankle bracelet fined

A court on Tuesday ordered a man who cut off his ankle bracelet in 2017 to pay for the damage

Catholic church opening for three days for restricted worship

Archbishop Patrick Pinder announced yesterday that churches under the archdiocese will be open to the public under strictly limited operations

Missing people, who were supposed to be under quarantine, found

Deputy Chief Medical Officer Dr. Delon Brennen told The Nassau Guardian yesterday that all of the people who went missing