• Email to friend
  • The Nassau Guardian Facebook Page
  • RSS Feed
  • Pinterest



sub_save_img

News

 
Teen gets bail in attempted rape case
A 17-year-old boy accused of the attempted rape of a woman during a burglary last week was yesterday granted $1,500 bail. Prosecutors allege that the teenager committed the crime on November 6 at Tarpum Bay, Eleuthera. The suspect was denied bail w...
 
 
Poachers sentenced
A poacher who allegedly rammed his boat into a Royal Bahamas Defence Force patrol vessel, HMBS Madeira, causing hundreds of thousands of dollars in damage yesterday denied the charge. Victor Diaz, 54, was charged with endangering a vessel, putting t...
 
 
TUC prez urges workers to vote
Prime Minister Perry Christie can call the next general election at any moment before May 2017. With that in mind, and the fact that as of November 4 only 34 percent of estimated eligible voters were registered to vote, President of the Trade Union ...
 
 
Minnis presses PM for answers
It has been over a week since The Nassau Guardian revealed that Agriculture and Marine Resources Minister V. Alfred Gray gave permission for Bahamas Ambassador to China Paul Andy Gomez to discuss further a $2.1 billion proposal for an agri-fisheries ...
 
 
University launched
While giving the keynote address at the charter ceremony for the University of The Bahamas yesterday, Prime Minister Perry Christie stressed that the core role of a national university goes beyond instilling knowledge of certain subjects, but is esse...
 
 
Smith:  We must challenge the status quo
Newly inaugurated President of the University of The Bahamas (UB) Dr. Rodney Smith told attendees at the institution’s charter ceremony yesterday that it was a day that will forever be marked in his heart for a number of reasons and the institution...
 
 
Cooper ratification next week
Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) Chairman Bradley Roberts yesterday said the expected candidate for Exuma Chester will be ratified next week Thursday along with other possible candidates. Two weeks ago, Cooper was expected to be ratified when the e...
 
 
Nottage: Govt to ramp up voter registration
Acknowledging that voter registration is untraditionally low ahead of the next election, Minister of National Security Dr. Bernard Nottage said voter registration drives will soon be ramped up as the governing party moves its election campaign into h...
 
 
Collie slams Gray’s suggestion that govt still open to Andros Chinese proposal
Free National Movement (FNM) Chairman Sidney Collie yesterday said Minister of Agriculture and Marine Resources V. Alfred Gray should end all actions on the $2.1 billion Proposed China-Bahamas Agriculture and Fisheries Initiative, following Gray’s ...
 
 
Road Traffic Dept. explains new license plates
The Road Traffic Department began issuing new license plates to vehicle owners on New Providence beginning with ‘AD’ as it computerized its licensing system in late October, prompting some confusion among motorists seeking to license their vehicl...
 
 
NEMA warns on illegal dumping
Following increased concerns about illegal dumping in private areas, the National Emergency Agency (NEMA) yesterday released a public warning for residents who choose to dispose of waste in unauthorized locations and indicated those caught will be ch...
 
 
John Bull president receives Christ Church Cathedral Endowment Citation Award
Frederick A. Hazlewood, CMG, president, John Bull Group of Companies, was the proud recipient of an Endowment Citation Award presented by Christ Church Cathedral during its thanksgiving service, Sunday, October 30. While bringing remarks and recogni...
 
 
Meteorology experts meet with BAMSI officials.
Under the umbrella of partnering with global entities to advance the cause of agriculture, The Bahamas became an official member of CoCoRaHS – the Community Collaborative Rain, Hail and Snow Network this past summer. Spurred by the Bahamas Agricult...
 
 
Bahamas Insurance Month art competition
October was Bahamas Insurance Month. Members of the Bahamas Insurance Association, the Insurance Institute of The Bahamas and the Insurance Commission kicked off a series of activities with a special service at St. Matthew’s Church on October 2. Du...
 
 
PM hopeful about Trump presidency
Reacting to Donald Trump’s rout of Hillary Clinton in the United States’ presidential election on Tuesday, Prime Minister Perry Christie said yesterday the relationship between the U.S. and The Bahamas remains strong, and there are local lessons ...
 
 
Gray suggests Chinese agri-fisheries deal still open to negotiation
Minister of Agriculture and Marine Resources V. Alfred Gray yesterday suggested that the $2.1 billion proposed China-Bahamas agriculture and fisheries initiative is still on the table and also expressed fear that the Chinese would discontinue investm...
 
 
Father admits to bringing home gun used to kill his son
A father allegedly admitted to putting the gun used in the shooting death of his four-year-old son inside their home during an interview with police, a Supreme Court jury heard yesterday. Wenzel Demeritte is on trial before Justice Cheryl Grant-Thom...
 
 
Hall: Voter registration numbers troubling
Parliamentary Commissioner Sherlyn Hall indicated yesterday that the Parliamentary Registration Department is troubled by the “extremely low” voter registration numbers. He strongly encouraged eligible voters to register as soon as possible. Ov...
 
 
Gray: I won’t resign; Minnis is a hypocrite
In the wake of renewed calls for his resignation, Minister of Agriculture and Marine Resources V. Alfred Gray yesterday said he will not resign and called Free National Movement (FNM) Leader Dr. Hubert Minnis a hypocrite over the FNM’s own involvem...
 
 
Sands: PM should have known about Chinese deal
Free National Movement (FNM) Senator Dr. Duane Sands said he finds it hard to believe that Prime Minister Perry Christie had no insight into Minister of Agriculture and Marine Resources V. Alfred Gray’s approval for Bahamas Ambassador to China Paul...
 
 
«StartPrev11121314151617181920NextEnd»
Page 11 of 73
Banner

Caribe 2016 Cleveland

 

Today's Front Page

  • Enewspaper
  • Enewspaper
  • Enewspaper
  • Enewspaper

Features


  • http://www.ansbacher.bs
  • http://www.walkinclinicbahamas.com
  • http://www.cfal.com
  • http://www.colinageneral.com
  • http://www.Colina.com