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Paradise Games donates over 600 uniforms to E.P. Roberts Primary
The Paradise Games family was proud to announce its philanthropic approach to this year's back-to-school initiative for which the students at E.P. Roberts Primary were the greatest beneficiaries. For the past (2015-2016) school year, Paradise Games ...
 
 
BPL on the brink
After days of rolling blackouts, following a summer of power cuts, that outraged Bahamians, Bahamas Electrical Workers Union (BEWU) President Paul Maynard yesterday warned that Bahamas Power and Light (BPL) is now “at the end of the line”. And d...
 
 
Ingraham: Rental generation to alleviate blackouts
Nearly four months after Bahamas Power and Light (BPL) officials contended that the company may have to bring in more rented power to address summer demand and prevent rolling blackouts, the 40 megawatts of rented power generation have yet to be inst...
 
 
BCA: Seek arbitration over CCA claims
Now that it has been revealed that the Baha Mar creditors payouts won’t include contractors who did work for China Construction America Bahamas Ltd. (CCA) on the $3.5 billion project, president of the Bahamian Contractors Association (BCA) Leonard ...
 
 
Murders drop 32 percent
With less than four months remaining in the year, murders in The Bahamas as of September 6, 2016 were down significantly from the count recorded in the same period last year. There were 100 murders recorded during this period last year, compared to ...
 
 
Suspicion over jobs program
Shadow Minister of Labour Loretta Butler-Turner yesterday called the limited details publicized on the Christie administration’s $22 million jobs program “suspicious”. Butler-Turner was asked for comment on the topic after The Nassau Guardian ...
 
 
Zika awareness for shantytown residents
Following two more confirmed cases of the Zika virus here in the capital, Red Cross Bahamas officials yesterday visited the Blazenblay shantytown in Carmichael Road to educate residents on awareness and prevention of the virus. Senior Medical Office...
 
 
Guardian apologises to Louis Bacon
We wish to apologise to Mr. Louis Bacon for certain statements contained in two (2) adverts published in our newspaper on the 29th January, 2016 and 22nd February, 2016. The adverts in question were paid for by Nygard International Partnership and c...
 
 
Judge fast-tracks robbery trial for juvenile
A judge yesterday set an early trial date for a 16-year-old male who has been in prison for the past year. The teenager appeared before Acting Supreme Court Justice Joyann Ferguson-Pratt yesterday for a case management hearing. In response to a que...
 
 
Verdict expected in attempted murder trial
A jury will today determine whether a 17-year-old male shot a man in his 30s multiple times. Prosecutors say that the teenager attempted to murder Jared Miller at Eaton Road in Yellow Elder Gardens on April 2, 2015. The teen has denied the charge a...
 
 
Professionals Services Bahamas relaunches with ‘40 under 40’ publication
On Saturday, September 3, Professional Services Bahamas relaunched its company which was established in 1989. With this event it announced the first issue of "40 under 40" most influential and successful professionals in The Bahamas. This edition fe...
 
 
Baha Mar claims process outlined
The committee responsible for overseeing the payout of claims to Baha Mar’s employees and creditors said it will contact the resort’s former employees early this month to begin the process of paying them, “in substantial part or in full”, wha...
 
 
DNA ‘outraged’ at Baha Mar claims process
The Democratic National Alliance (DNA) has expressed outrage at the “continuing failure” of Prime Minister Perry Christie and his government to protect the interests of Bahamians as it relates to the agreement it signed with the Export-Import Ban...
 
 
PM’s aide shot
Police have identified the man shot outside a home off East Street Monday night as Sergeant Brent Dixon, who is the police aide and driver of Prime Minister Perry Christie. Dixon had just pulled up to the home on Odle Corner around 11 p.m. when two...
 
 
Collie: FNM supports Johnson’s decision
In the aftermath of Howard Johnson announcing the withdrawal of his candidacy in the 2017 general election Monday, Free National Movement (FNM) Chairman Sidney Collie said although the party is saddened by Johnson’s decision, it supports him. “W...
 
 
Tourist robbery case dismissed
The prosecution yesterday withdrew a robbery case against three men accused of robbing two tourists on Spring Break as the victims could not be found. Darius Brown, Sanrick Major and Deangelo Powell were accused of the March 9 robbery of Faustine Ve...
 
 
McCartney: Moss wanted to be leader of the DNA
After Marco City MP Greg Moss claimed that talks about opposition or third party alliances broke down because the parties could not agree on certain issues, Democratic National Alliance (DNA) Leader Branville McCartney said yesterday that while he we...
 
 
Guardian apologises to Louis Bacon
We wish to apologise to Mr. Louis Bacon for certain statements contained in two (2) adverts published in our newspaper on the 29th January, 2016 and 22nd February, 2016. The adverts in question were paid for by Nygard International Partnership and c...
 
 
FOIA being fine-tuned for October tabling
As calls for transparency regarding the sealed Baha Mar deal continue to mount, promises for a Freedom of Information Act to make such deals public, are also being made. Giving an update on the status of the current FOIA being proposed, Minister of ...
 
 
Fitzgerald speaks to school opening concerns
As the first week of school gets underway, Education Minister Jerome Fitzgerald yesterday addressed several concerns of parents, like a lack of teachers, school repairs and Zika virus measures in schools. “The first week of school is always a tran...
 
 
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