Nassau Guardian Stories

The PM's 20,000 jobs myth debunked

July 06, 2016

With the election now on the horizon, PM Perry Christie and the PLP propaganda machinery will kick into high gear in order to convince the masses that the PLP government has lived up to its many pledges penned in its Charter for Governance.

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Scotiabank invests $2,000,000 in Junior Achievement for 'Road to Success'

July 06, 2016

Scotiabank is investing $2,000,000 in Junior Achievement's (JA) project Road to Success. JA is one of the largest nongovernmental organization (NGOs) in the world devoted to inspiring and preparing youth to be successful in today's global economy.

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Exercise your democratic power

July 06, 2016

Interesting debates always emerge when the question is posed as to whether or not citizens living in democracies should feel obligated to vote.

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An amazing summer story to tell

July 06, 2016

StemForce Bahamas (SFB) is an amazing summer program that has given a few lucky public school students from New Providence, Grand Bahama and Long Island the opportunity to take the STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) learning outside the four walls of the classroom to spectacular geological settings -- whether it's the beaches of The Bahamas or the Grand Canyon in the Southwestern United States, the students are taken to places that is anticipated will inspire them.

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Ease of doing business

July 06, 2016

The prime minister and the minister of state for investments have given candid assessments of the (lack of) ease of doing business in The Bahamas and the lack of a (functioning) National Development Plan.

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Left or right

July 06, 2016

I remember I wrote an article some time back titled "The Middle Road" which was all about balance in our lives.

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Let the music play

July 06, 2016

Thirteen years after becoming a member of faculty at Kingsway Academy, the students impacted by the school's music teacher and choir director, Francyss Pratt, reunited to say "thank you" to the educator who has recently retired.

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Last chance at the Blue Marlin

July 06, 2016

The deadline for qualification for the 2016 Summer Olympics in track and field is this coming Monday.

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Distance runner runs one mile for each year of his life in celebration

July 06, 2016

In observance of his 55th birthday on July 3, distance runner Anthony "Tony" Longley, a member of Bahamas Roadmasters Running Club (BRRC), devised a unique way to celebrate his birthday.

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Burrows could be fourth Bahamian swimmer to head to the Olympics

July 06, 2016

The Bahamas is expected to find out by today the latest if the country will be represented by four swimmers at the 2016 Summer Olympics.

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Dangerous situation at the landfill

July 06, 2016

Biohazardous waste should not be haphazardly discarded.

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Characteristics that make for a great country

July 06, 2016

Without question, most Bahamians want The Bahamas to be the best little country in the region. Fortunately, there are certain features that already make our island nation an object of pride.

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12 receive Holy Sacrament of Confirmation

July 06, 2016

Twelve young adults were reminded that they are special to God and that they were made in a unique way by Anglican Bishop Laish Boyd as they were administered the Sacrament of Holy Confirmation at the Parish Church of the Ascension.

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Exuma revives ACM

July 06, 2016

Catechist Daniel Deal has been inducted as president of the revived Exuma Anglican Church Men (ACM) organization on that island, and he and his team were encouraged by Keith Cartwright, archdeacon of the Southern Bahamas and the Turks and Caicos Islands with responsibility for the churches in Exuma, to take their rightful places in both the church and the wider community.

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More focus needed on pedestrian safety

July 05, 2016

Being a pedestrian in New Providence is not easy.

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Hot potato

July 05, 2016

Dear Editor,
When will every Bahamian finally accept individual responsibility for the proliferation of crime and violence in our society?

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The Bahamas set to host CAGC

July 05, 2016

The best golfers in the Caribbean will descend upon The Bahamas next month for the highly anticipated 60th Caribbean Amateur Golf Championships (CAGC).
The Bahamas has a 10-member team that will compete in the event.

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Shaunae Miller humbled by Icon Award honor

July 05, 2016

Bahamian speedster Shaunae Miller is a winner again.

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Another rout for The Bahamas

July 05, 2016

The Bahamas means business at the 2016 Caribbean Basketball Confederation (CBC) Championships for Under-16 Men, currently ongoing in Georgetown, Guyana.

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NHI vacation to South Africa

July 04, 2016

Dear Editor,
There is no way on earth that National Health Insurance (NHI) will be rolled out in 2016, but the government will not admit it just yet.

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