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June 07, 2012
Has the DNA thrown in the towel

Dear Editor,

The Democratic National Alliance (DNA) celebrated its one year anniversary on May 12, 2012. This is a noteworthy accomplishment given the respectable support that it received during the last general election. The DNA hosted several town hall meetings, street meetings and even several "mass rallies". They were also able to nominate a full slate of candidates in a general election; an ...

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April 08, 2014
Foot pain is not normal

The foot is the foundation of our entire body. Pain in the foot indicates that there is something wrong with either the structures or functioning of the foot. Foot pain should not be ignored. In fact, it is said that when your feet hurt, you hurt all over your body. How, when and where the pain occurs depends on what's causing the pain. When there is pain, the body reacts by changing the way it fu...

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February 28, 2012
Special at home delivery

Lamarque Drew gave his wife, Lynieka, an extra special and completely unexpected Valentine's Day gift this year - he delivered their baby girl.
Not due until March 6, baby Lamiea had plans of her own and surprised the couple by arriving early and fast in their bathroom at home.
Lynieka woke up around 3 a.m. on February 14 in pain. The couple immediately went into Lamaze class training mode and sta...

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October 29, 2013
Bell's web shop statement seen as wrong signal to police

A declaration by Minister of State for National Security Keith Bell that authorities cannot shut down the web shop industry sent the wrong signal to law enforcement agencies, according to Bahamas Christian Council President Rev. Dr. Ranford Patterson and Free National Movement (FNM) Chairman Darron Cash.
Both men, who were contacted by The Nassau Guardian for comment, said Bell's statement suggest...

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September 09, 2011
Police find dead woman's car

Two days after the bodies of a woman and her daughter were found floating in waters near Prince George Wharf, officials discovered her abandoned car, which according to an eyewitness was parked near Fort Charlotte on Wednesday.
The Nassau Guardian meanwhile confirmed that police were yesterday questioning a man in connection with the deaths, which were still classified as sudden deaths.

The bodie...

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Cable Beach Straw Market Burns Down
May 31, 2010
Cable Beach Straw Market Burns Down

Almost nine years after the world famous Bay Street Straw Market went up in flames, scores of straw vendors suffered another blow as one of two single-story Cable Beach Straw market structures suffered a similar fate. In the early morning hours of Saturday, the wooden structure, which housed approximately 36 stalls, was completely destroyed by fire.

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Law and Politics: Memory loss in the oil race!
April 27, 2010
Law and Politics: Memory loss in the oil race!

It never ceases to shock right thinking and ordinary human beings, how some people go out of their way to fool and deceive others.

But history is loaded with examples of how those same people only end up fooling and deceiving themselves.

What they do over a period of time, is that they decide whatever they want to achieve, by whatever means, and then they invent reasons to try and make it lo...

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Go opulent or off track in Bahamas
November 11, 2009
Go opulent or off track in Bahamas

Our faces go white when we scan the inside of the beat-up eight-seater plane. Its propellers protest loudly as the young pilot makes himself comfortable in the miniscule cockpit which carries a dusty manual entitled, How to operate a plane.

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Children's hostel in need of donations
December 10, 2010
Children's hostel in need of donations

A minivan, an industrial dryer, rice, sugar and grits -- these aren't items you would typically find on a Christmas wish list, but for the Bahamas Children's Emergency Hostel, these goods are desperately needed for upkeep of the center.

The needs at the hostel are great but the donations are slim. Treasurer and board member of the hostel Philip Stubbs told The Guardian yesterday that donations ...

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Disinfect Germ Hot-Spots
November 25, 2010
Disinfect Germ "Hot-Spots"

The cold and flu season starts this month so take these steps to ensure your home is a healthy place. Disinfect commonly touched hard surfaces in your home like countertops, door handles, sinks, refrigerator handles, tabletops, light switches, telephones, TV remotes and baby changing tables.

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