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Senior doctors at Princess Margaret Hospital (PHM) continued industrial action yesterday. The doctors partially withdrew services on Tuesday following failed

There was a shutdown yesterday of the majority of services at Princess Margaret Hospital (PMH) as a result of the

The Atlantic hurricane season closes on Friday. At its end, the minds of the Caribbean people will take some rest. This

Last week’s march to Parliament Square was well-organized performance theater. The Progressive Liberal Party (PLP), gambling interests and wannabe politicians

The Nassau Guardian turns 174 years old today. We have chronicled events in this country across three different centuries. We

The 2017 hurricane season left destruction across the Caribbean. Lives were lost and billions of dollars’ worth of damage resulted.


In just over a week’s time on December 2, COP24, the 2018 United Nations Climate Change Conference will take place

“If you want the present to be different from the past, study the past.” — Baruch Spinoza Twenty-one years ago, the Progressive Liberal

Food production is a major problem in The Bahamas. If the country is serious about solving its food production challenges,

Freeport, Grand Bahama was the first “anchor project” ever conceived for The Bahamas. It remains the most ambitious in vision

• First published November 30, 2017.  The default position of many Bahamians is that the United States of America is a

Continued growth in emissions of greenhouse gases around the world has caused abnormal and extreme weather events, such as heatwaves,


Dear Editor Who are these 50 Bahamians who would sell us out for a buck by choosing to team up with

Dear Editor, The LGBT community in The Bahamas is active and robust. Its leading spokesperson, activist Erin Greene, recently took Senator

 Dear Editor, As a member of CARICOM, The Bahamas has agreed to implement measures to minimize energy consumption and increase

Death Editor, Hundreds of Bahamians who are adherents of the Rastafari faith recently commemorated the coronation of Ras Tafari Makonnen as

Dear Editor, As a JP, I assisted one young lady who was born in The Bahamas to Haitian parents – with a

Dear Editor, Letter writer Porcupine’s recent write-up was more an atheistic polemic against Christianity in particular and theism in general than