Nassau Guardian Stories

Davis: PM's response 'uninspiring'
Davis: PM's response 'uninspiring'

August 16, 2019

Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) Leader Philip Brave Davis yesterday called Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis’ response to the issues plaguing Bahamas Power and Light (BPL) and its inability to keep the lights on “thin and uninspiring”...

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'He had big dreams'
'He had big dreams'

August 16, 2019

Just four days ago, Tara Richardson was helping her son, Keion Butler, 23, plan a grand party for her grandson’s sixth birthday...

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August 16, 2019



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DPM hopeful that BPL saga will end soon

August 15, 2019

DPM hopeful that BPL saga will end soon...

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School rules for parents

August 15, 2019

The new school year is upon us. Parents, are you ready? Preparing for the new school year can be stressful for many parents. The purchasing of school supplies, shoes, socks, uniforms, lunch kits, etc. can be taxing on the purse, mind and body. Then, during [...]

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She is Shara J
She is Shara J

August 15, 2019

Bahamian gospel artist Shara "Shara J" Johnson has been nominated for three Music Love Awards - Praise and Worship Artist of the Year, Songwriter of the Year and Song of the Year, for her single, "While I Wait"...

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Believe and trust God

August 15, 2019

"Now faith is confidence in what we hope for and assurance about what we do not see. This is what the ancients were commended for. "...By faith Abel offered God a better offering than Cain did. By faith he was commended as righteous, when God [...]

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Bishop Neil C. Ellis to be inducted into ICABA Global Hall of Fame
Bishop Neil C. Ellis to be inducted into ICABA Global Hall of Fame

August 15, 2019

Bishop Neil C. Ellis.Bishop Neil C. Ellis will be inducted into the International Career and Business Alliance (ICABA) Global Hall of Fame during the organization's inaugural weekend mega-conference in September...

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Front Porch Fostering a greater culture of public and govt communications

August 15, 2019

There is an extraordinary and widespread lack of understanding of the nature and purposes of public and government communications in The Bahamas...

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Limiting the size of Cabinet

August 15, 2019

Last month, House Speaker Halson Moultrie addressed what he viewed as encumbrances to checks and balances in a democracy created by the executive branch holding a disproportionate number of seats in the House of Assembly...

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Vacation home market already paying its fair share

August 15, 2019

The business section of your newspaper on August 9, had an article on Carlton Russell’s views on the need to tax the vacation home rental market...

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The global skills mismatch: an urgent issue affecting over a billion

August 15, 2019

For too long, human resource (HR) experts around the world have been debating what to do about the pressing skills gap issue. We are now at a stage where our HR profession needs to take the lead before this issue becomes a full-blown [...]

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Small island countries in the world's oceans are threatened with extinction from sea level rise

August 15, 2019

Throughout the world's vast oceans, small island countries from Jamaica in the Caribbean to Fiji in the South Pacific face an existential threat from sea level rise caused by the climate crisis. These 41 small island developing states (SIDS) including Grenada, Jamaica and [...]

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Oriakhi, Thompson to reunite at Pitt
Oriakhi, Thompson to reunite at Pitt

August 15, 2019

Junior quarter milers Raymond Oriakhi (left) and Matthew Thompson are heading to the University of Pittsburgh to embark on their tertiary education and athletic careers this fall...

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Caribbean Tip-Off Classic back for second year
Caribbean Tip-Off Classic back for second year

August 15, 2019

After a successful first year, the Caribbean Tip-Off Basketball Classic Showcase is back for a second year, as high school players from the United States of America (USA), Canada, Finland, Latin America and The Bahamas, will be showcasing their skills at the Kendal G.L. Isaacs National Gymnasium from Friday, November 1, to Sunday November 3, 2019...

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Patrick Ewing, U.S. Chargé Bowers dare Bahamian youth to dream big
Patrick Ewing, U.S. Chargé Bowers dare Bahamian youth to dream big

August 15, 2019

Stephanie Bowers, the United States chargé d’affaires, witnessed how the power of sports can inspire young people, while at the Kendal G.L. Isaacs Gymnasium in Nassau, The Bahamas on Tuesday, August 13, 2019...

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Ease of doing business committee satisfied with improvements
Ease of doing business committee satisfied with improvements

August 15, 2019

Chair of the National Ease of Doing Business Committee (EODB) Lynn Holowesko said the committee is very pleased with many of the policies introduced in the 2019/2020 budget aimed at improving the business climate in the country, particularly surrounding immigration, conveyance valuations and estate planning...

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Bethel: Commonage law changes will require consultation throughout Bahamas
Bethel: Commonage law changes will require consultation throughout Bahamas

August 15, 2019

Commoners in the Harbour Island commonage district are hoping to get commonage rules and parts of the Commonage Act changed, but Attorney General Carl Bethel told Guardian Business that any changes that group wants will have to be widely consulted on with commoners throughout The [...]

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DPM: Govt working to allay concerns about new customs online portal
DPM: Govt working to allay concerns about new customs online portal

August 15, 2019

In the next week to two weeks, the government will have resolved issues pertaining to the new Click2Clear online portal now being used by the Customs Department, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Finance Peter Turnquest said yesterday, adding that the phased rollout of the system is still being carried out and requires the attention of all Bahamians...

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