Nassau Guardian Stories

Time to live the dream

July 15, 2016

Many have claimed that Dr. Hubert Minnis lacks oratory skills and therefore is unfit to be leader of the FNM or, for that matter, to be leader of this country.

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Make the best of it

July 14, 2016

Let's face it, we all go through periods in life which are not to our liking as we traverse the ups and downs on the proverbial road to success.

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Hear the prayer of thy servant

July 14, 2016

A"nd they said, Let us rise up and build. So they strengthened their hand for this good work." - Nehemiah 2:18

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Bahamian lives do matter

July 14, 2016

Fred Mitchell seems to always come under fire because of his foreign affairs policies; and rightly so.

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'Tum Tum' and Michigan State to face St. John's at B4A

July 14, 2016

The National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) released the opening round match-ups for the 2016 Battle 4 Atlantis (B4A) Basketball Tournament yesterday, and based on those match-ups, collegiate hoops fans can expect to see some fierce competition at the three-day Thanksgiving Day weekend event.

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Blue Chip Athletics back again with its annual throwers camp

July 14, 2016

In an effort to raise the level of throwing in the country among junior athletes, the Blue Chip Athletics Throwing Club is set to host the fourth edition of its camp next month in New Providence.

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The Bahamas sweeps Bermuda to move into Davis Cup semis

July 14, 2016

The results just keep getting better and better for Team Bahamas at the Americas Zone Group III Davis Cup competition, currently ongoing at the Club de Tenis La Paz, in La Paz, Bolivia.

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Remaining three teams miss out on Rio

July 14, 2016

Contrary to early reports, not from this medium, The Bahamas women's 4x400 meters (m) relay team has not qualified for the Rio de Janeiro Olympics, and neither has the men and women's 4x100m relay teams.

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Troubling signs for the PLP

July 14, 2016

Whilst some may think that the crowds at the rallies held in support of the leader of the opposition and the intended leaders, Dr. Duane Sands and Loretta Butler-Turner, only relate to FNM affairs, the hierarchy and think tank, if such exists, of the PLP must be deeply concerned.

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New president: BTVI is not a dumping ground

July 13, 2016

The Bahamas Technical and Vocational Institute (BTVI) is not a dumping ground for low-achieving students or those who are not college material, according to Dr. Robert W. Robertson, the first president of the institution.

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Kill the ants

July 13, 2016

Well well -- it would appear that D. Paul is going to give us a lesson today on how to be an exterminator according to the title of this article, kill the ants you may state with a look of disbelief on your face.

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JA pulls in 4.5 million in scholarship offers

July 13, 2016

St. Anne's School graduate Jeffon Stubbs' dream of a college education is about to come to fruition. He will depart the country in August to begin post-secondary studies at Morgan State University.

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Moving away from corporal punishment

July 13, 2016

"Together we create gardens of possibility in the parched earth. If we grow the babies up right, they just might redeem us all," wrote Imani Perry, professor of African-American Studies, Princeton University.

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Chan Pratt Foundation forms art scholarship endowment at COB

July 13, 2016

The Chan Pratt Foundation, founded by the family of the late Bahamian artist Chan Pratt in an effort to preserve his legacy as a forerunner of Bahamian art, has committed itself to establishing a Chan Pratt Memorial Endowment at the College of The Bahamas (COB).

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A woman takes over

July 13, 2016

Theresa May takes over today as prime minister of the United Kingdom. She succeeds David Cameron who resigned after the citizens of the UK voted to leave the European Union in a close vote - 52 percent to 48 percent on June 23. Cameron led the campaign to remain.

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Mitchell's travel scare

July 13, 2016

Our Chinese friends have a very instructive proverb that advises that you should never try to extract a tooth from a tiger's mouth. In layman's terms it means don't take unnecessary risks.

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BFFL championships

July 13, 2016

The Bahamas Flag Football League (BFFL) crowned two new champions over the weekend as the league hosted its male and female championships.

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Exuma graduate receives award following first Run for Pompey

July 13, 2016

It was more than 185 years ago when Pompey, a slave living in Exuma, sparked a rebellion that stopped a transfer order that would have separated 77 men, women and children from their families.

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The Bahamas moves to 2-0 in Davis Cup competition

July 13, 2016

After another win yesterday, The Bahamas is now just one win away from a spot in the semi-finals of the Americas Zone Group III Davis Cup competition, currently ongoing at the Club de Tenis La Paz, in La Paz, Bolivia.

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Buddy drops 23 on the Kings

July 13, 2016

It only took Chavanno "Buddy" Hield one game to find his stroke in the National Basketball Association (NBA).

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