The Sunshine Pilot Club of Nassau is planning a Snow Ball – a grand event of festivity with proceeds going to support autism.
Monthly Archives: November 2010
United States federal law enforcement authorities say they have arrested a number of persons who had been previously deported to the Caribbean in a four-day immigration dragnet that stretched from the suburbs north of New York City to eastern Long Island.
Nassau Guardian Editorial acknowledges that there is anger in inner-city communities towards police. That anger contributed to the riot in Bain Town on Saturday.
The credibility of the United Nations is dimished by the lack of protection of all people from violations of their fundamental human rights, including on grounds of sexual orientation and gender identity.
Prime Minister Hubert Ingraham yesterday declared he will stake his reputation on the economy improving by next year.
Workshops to modernise sanitary and phytosanitary legislation opened in Nassau with the purpose of updating the legislative and institutional framework for The Bahamas on food safety, and plant and animal health.
Sixteen ninth graders made history in Bahamian education by being the first students from a public school in The Bahamas to enrol in Advanced Placement courses while in junior high school.
Winners of the Templeton World Charity ‘Laws of Life Essay Competition’ have their say on familiar issues such as honesty is the best policy and using power of choice wisely.
James Smith, former minister of state for finance during the Christie administration, says that tax evasion and avoidance has become “a national pastime”.