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


Partly Cloudy
Weather
Partly Cloudy
Max: 82°F  | Min: 71°F
 

National Review

 
Paying for NHI
The report of government consultants hired to provide options for the implementation of National Health Insurance (NHI) in The Bahamas proposes three scenarios for how to cover the program, which the government says it will introduce on January 1, 20...
 
 
Missed targets
A report into the feasibility and costing of National Health Insurance (NHI) shows that the government is so behind on key target dates that implementation in January 2016 appears highly unlikely. It is not clear why the government continues to insi...
 
 
For males in The Bahamas, homicide is now the leading cause of death
Homicide is now the leading cause of death for males in The Bahamas, a ghastly statistic that underscores the depth of our nation’s crime problem. In 2000, homicide was the fourth leading cause of death for males in The Bahamas with 49 recorded. B...
 
 
The disgraceful case of the uninsured BAMSI building
After Minister of Works Philip Brave Davis revealed in the House of Assembly last week that the insurance had lapsed on the dorm at the Bahamas Agriculture and Marine Science Institute (BAMSI) that was set afire on January 15, Prime Minister Perry Ch...
 
 
Rising tensions
The deputy prime minister’s increasingly hostile stance toward Baha Mar less than a month ahead of the resort’s opening cannot be good for the government’s relations with the investor. While Prime Minister Perry Christie touted Baha Mar as the...
 
 
Don’t lose your fire
I remember when I was quite young, actually I believe that I was about sixteen and on vacation in the summer from boarding school. I asked my Father if I could work for him as a Salesman to try to earn some much needed cash. He agreed to let me call ...
 
 
In the dark
Prime Minister Perry Christie’s recent tabling of the cellular liberalization request for proposals (RFP) document in the House of Assembly elicited thunderous pounding on the tables by PLP MPs as Christie declared it was in keeping with his govern...
 
 
Flying off the handle
Fort Charlotte MP Dr. Andre Rollins is increasingly confirming that he is a bad fit for the Progressive Liberal Party (PLP). He is clearly disillusioned with the life of a young turk in the Christie PLP. Rollins is a fresh voice on the national pol...
 
 
On the fringes
The smiles of the children betray the squalid conditions in which they live.It had been sometime since we went into the belly of the community to talk to those finding it hardest to survive, and as we always are, we were struck that anyone could live...
 
 
The tribal agenda
We have made the point before: One of the greatest threats to national development in an independent Bahamas has been blind political allegiance. It stagnates us and it keeps us divided. It is this tribalism that leads many politicians to act in ar...
 
 
«StartPrev12345678910NextEnd»
Page 1 of 11

 

Today's Front Page

  • Enewspaper
  • 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