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Centreville MP Reece Chipman on Saturday placed Christmas posters on public water pumps in the area, insisting that the pumps are a part of the community's culture and should not be seen as negative. Some Over-the-Hill residents who do not have indoor plumbing use the [...]
The recently constructed Magistrate's Court Complex yesterday flooded with suspected sewage water, forcing hours-long delays and the premature adjournment of some cases.
Chief Magistrate Joyann Ferguson-Pratt said the court was experiencing plumbing issues.
When The Nassau Guardian left the complex yesterday evening, a large part of the foyer area was covered with what court officials suspect was ...
A POLICE investigator told the Supreme Court yesterday that two of the seven men accused of rape admitted to having consensual sex with a Bimini woman who had also given her permission for their friends to have sex with her after a night of drinking and partying at several night clubs.
After months of demands, maintenance workers in the Ministry of Works will receive hazardous pay before the end of the month, according to Minister of State in the Ministry of Works and Urban Development Arnold Forbes...
When the doors open to the annual Bahamas Chamber of Commerce and Employers Confederation (BCCEC) Gala event at the Imperial Ball Room, Atlantis on November 9 at 7 p.m., all the past chairmen over the last 40 years will be honored.
Included on the list is Sir Roland Symonette, the first premier of The Bahamas, who was knighted by Queen Elizabeth II in 1959, and the Minister of State for Investment...
In an address at a Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) convention in 1970, the late Sir Lynden Pindling said that he was for independence because it was a good means to an end and because Bahamians cannot grow and develop to their maximum potential without it.
In 1971, Pindling visited London where he held discussions with Governor Lord Francis Hovell-Thurlow-Cumming-Bruce concerning the...
After three days of carrying out industrial action, the 200 maintenance workers at the Ministry of Works yesterday agreed to tone down their quiet protest after government officials agreed to resolve some of their issues, The Nassau Guardian has learned.
A meeting between Deputy Prime Minister Philip Brave Davis and Bahamas Public Services Union (BPSU) officials will determine whether approximately 200 maintenance workers at the Ministry of Works carry out further industrial action, union president John Pinder said yesterday.
In its history spanning well over a century, Collins House has undergone many manifestations before falling into disarray. Now the somewhat disheveled building will be restored to its full elegant glory in order to begin its new life as the National Museum of The Bahamas under the Antiquities, Monuments & Museums Corporation.
The house sat upon the estate of Ralph Gregory Collins whose wall famous...