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


Partly Cloudy
Weather
Partly Cloudy
Max: 89°F  | Min: 80°F
 

Editorial

 
Rejecting bigotry against our Haitian brothers and sisters
Haiti and The Bahamas are neighbors currently in quite different circumstances. The Bahamas has the highest GDP per capita in the Caribbean. Haiti is the poorest country in the hemisphere. With The Bahamas being Haiti’s northern neighbor, it is ob...
 
 
Conservation and prosperity are not enemies
Prime Minister Perry Christie has once again affirmed his government’s commitment to the protection, preservation and expansion of the country’s underwater heritage. Speaking at the UNESCO Regional Meeting on the Protection of Underwater Cultura...
 
 
Party discipline and free speech
Three young government MPs, part of the much-touted “new generation” of politicians who will purportedly lead us into the future, decided to use this year’s budget debate to express some independent ideas. Marco City MP Gregory Moss criticized...
 
 
Shooting the messenger yet again
Parliamentary Secretary in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Cleola Hamilton has slammed the U.S. government over the U.S. state department’s investment climate report, which points out certain unfulfilled campaign promises made by the Christie admin...
 
 
Knowing when to depart
Whether Prime Minister Perry Christie likes it or not, the issue of his political future will increasingly be of interest in the months to come. He did not seem too enthused when reporters asked him yesterday if he will seek another term as prime min...
 
 
FNM leader wants early election for country, but not for his party
Politicians have a habit of saying whatever will advance their short-term political interests without any concern for how those statements contradict their actions or previous positions. Opposition Leader Dr. Hubert Minnis on Monday called on Prime ...
 
 
The decision on who pays BEC
The electricity supplied by the Bahamas Electricity Corporation (BEC) is expensive. Due to political interference, the corporation has misspent its money over the years. Its infrastructure is inadequate. In the peek demand season of the summer, BEC, ...
 
 
A chance to make the BEC reform process transparent
It seems the government may be backing away from its stated objective of privatizing some or all of the functions of the Bahamas Electricity Corporation (BEC). Deputy Prime Minister Philip Brave Davis told Guardian Business there may be a “better...
 
 
Chickens coming home to roost
It seems the accusations of abuse at the Carmichael Road Detention Centre are once again coming back to haunt us, no matter how much our political leaders would like them to go away. U.S. President Barack Obama’s nominee for ambassador to The Baha...
 
 
Poverty, VAT and the PLP’s promises
Forty-three thousand people in The Bahamas were living below the poverty line around this time last year, according to data from the Department of Statistics. Nothing that has happened since suggests this number might be any lower today; in fact, it ...
 
 
«StartPrev12345678910NextEnd»
Page 1 of 15

 

Today's Front Page

  • Enewspaper
  • Enewspaper
  • Enewspaper
  • Enewspaper
Banner