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  • Bethel, Knowles clash over blacklist fallout

    The spin-off effect from the blacklisting of The Bahamas will negatively impact the Bahamian economy and social development, Dr Marcus Bethel said yesterday. The Progressive Liberal Party Senator was making his contribution to the Budget Debate f...
  • Better Access To Care For Persons With AIDS

    Caribbean Ministers of Health have moved to accelerate access to care for people living with HIV/AIDS in the region. Emphasis was placed on ensuring that HIV/AIDS medicines and related services are available at affordable prices to all Caribbean countri...
  • Bishop Ellis publicly backs Christie for PM

    During a service celebrating Majority Rule, which was held at Mt Tabor Full Gospel Baptist Church Sunday, Bishop Neil Ellis publicly endorsed Progressive Liberal Party leader Perry Christie as the next Prime Minister of the Bahamas. Boldly baring...
  • Boundaries report passed

    The controversial Constituencies Commission Report was passed in the House of Assembly shortly after 1p.m. on Wednesday, despite the objections of opposition members. Progressive Liberal Party leader Perry Christie; Grants Town MP Bradley Roberts...
  • Boundaries shake-out

    Significant boundary changes, revised constituency names, including the elimination of Shirlea and Malcolm Creek, and the introduction of a combined "Farm Road" district were some of the highlights of the Constituencies Commission report tabl...
  • Britain will protect Caribbean interests, says Baroness Amos

    Concerned about the state of affairs in The Bahamas following the terrors of September 11, the Straw Market fire and the ravages of Hurricane Michelle, the Minister at the British Foreign and Commonwealth Office visited Nassau yesterday to engage in su...
  • British assisting in child-abuse seminar

    The British High Commission has joined forces with the Government in its "mighty battle" against child abuse and neglect. Yesterday, the Ministry of Housing and Social Development in partnership with the British High Commission kicked o...
  • British trade mission to visit The Bahamas

    The British Consultant's Bureau (BCB) will lead a team to New Providence and Grand Bahama next week on a Trade Mission aimed at further developing business between the UK and The Bahamas. Team members will be interested to contact potential agents,...
  • BTVI and Atlanta Technical College join forces

    Dr. Brenda Jones, President of Atlanta Technical College, Atlanta Georgia, and other college officials, visited the Bahamas Technical and Vocational Institute this week to finalize arrangements for a partnership between the two institutions. Yesterday ...
  • BTVI responds to writer's query on its accreditation

    Education in the technical and vocational field is changing very fast. The College of The Bahamas will become a full university in the not too distant future. The Bahamas Technical & Vocational Institute will have to take on the two years courses f...
  • Building Better Families II- The Challenge

    Social scientists seek to explore and establish characteristics that engender strong, healthy and productive families. They are interested in those traits that undergird successful families. They also wish to establish a code of conduct that provide th...
  • Burke condemns pederasty

    Catholic Archbishop Lawrence Burke yesterday condemned the actions of paedophiles, stating that the Archdiocese of The Bahamas will in no way tolerate any form of child abuse by any clergy, religious, or lay person, whether an employee or volunteer. ...
  • Butler, Salkey retire from Public Service?

    Permanent Secretary in the Office of The Prime Minister, Teresa Butler, 49, has officially retired from the Public Service. The former teacher and diplomat has been Prime Minister Hubert Ingraham's permanent secretary since he took office nin...
  • Cable Bahamas Services At 100%

    Cable Bahamas said Thursday that all cable services were 100 percent operational throughout Hurricane Michelle and continue to be so. "To date 70 percent of our subscribers in areas that lost city power have been restored along with the rest...
  • Canadian High Commissioner visits Guardian

    A political/economic counselor for the Canadian High Commission inquired about some of the social and economic issues in The Bahamas on Wednesday. In a courtesy call to The Nassau Guardian's senior management, Canadian representative from Kin...
  • Carey

    Differences of opinions makes democracy interesting The Editor, The Guardian Dear Sir, I will be grateful for allowing me space to reply to the comments made by Mr. E. W. Watkins on Tuesday July 9, 2002 in your esteem...
  • Caribbean Leaders Meeting Today At New Arts Center

    The creation of a single market economy for the region tops the agenda for the 22nd Caricom Heads of Government Meeting which starts this afternoon at the new National Center For The Performing Arts. This year the four-day Caricom meeting will di...
  • Caricom Heads Join Bahamians In Celebrating Independence

    Thousands of flag-waving Bahamians, along with Prime Minister Hubert Ingraham and Governor-General Sir Orville Turnquest, were joined by a number of Caricom leaders to celebrate the country's 28th Independence anniversary at Clifford Park on Monday...
  • Caricom Meet 'Candid'

    United States Secretary of State Colin Powell left here for Washington on Thursday with a "better appreciation" of issues affecting the Caribbean. And, he pledged the United States' continued commitment to fighting drug trafficking ...
  • Caricom Opens Office In Haiti

    A Caricom office has opened in Haiti, in a move toward the further integration of that country into the Caribbean Community. The office in Haiti's capital Port-au-Prince will provide technical assistance in three key areas -- customs administ...

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