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TODAY'S HEADLINE NEWS FOR YOU
Sep 05, 2019 08:46 am | Travis Cartwright-Carroll

There is a significant humanitarian crisis on Grand Bahama and Abaco where many people are trapped in the remains of their homes, are homeless or are seeking shelter in government clinics. Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis, who visited Grand Bahama, said last night that the […]

The post A rising toll appeared first on The Nassau Guardian.


Sep 05, 2019 08:41 am | Jasper Ward

Adrian Farrington.

Adrian Farrington, a 38-year-old Abaco father, watched a powerful storm surge swallow his young son. While sitting on a gurney in a room at Princess Margaret Hospital (PMH) in Nassau yesterday, Farrington, a resident of Murphy Town, told The Nassau Guardian, “My leg was numb, but […]

The post Father lost son, 5, in storm surge  appeared first on The Nassau Guardian.


 
TODAY'S BUSINESS CONTENT FOR YOU
Sep 05, 2019 08:52 am | Chester Robards

Matt Aubry.

More than 100 charities and business people met with the Ministry of Finance (MOF) and revenue collection agencies at the National Training Agency (NTA) yesterday in an effort to understand how they can use the exigency order to assist with hurricane relief efforts, Guardian Business […]

The post Charities, businesses meet with MOF on Dorian exigency order appeared first on The Nassau Guardian.


Sep 05, 2019 08:51 am | Chester Robards

Warren Rolle.

The insurance payout from Hurricane Dorian could be significantly higher than the $400 million for insured losses suffered after Hurricane Matthew, Chairman of the Bahamas Insurance Association (BIA) Warren Rolle told Guardian Business yesterday, adding that as soon as they can, insurance adjusters will be […]

The post BIA: Dorian insurance payout could be much higher than Matthew’s $400M appeared first on The Nassau Guardian.


 
TODAY'S SPORTS CONTENT FOR YOU
Sep 05, 2019 08:58 am | Simba French

Bahamas Olympic Committee (BOC) Secretary General Derron Donaldson is coordinating efforts for a hurricane relief drive by the BOC. The organization is joining efforts with Golden Wings Charter, HeadKnowles and the New Providence Community Centre.

The Bahamas Olympic Committee (BOC), the umbrella federation for local Olympic sports, has already begun its relief efforts in the aftermath of Hurricane Dorian. The organization will be joining efforts with Golden Wings Charter, HeadKnowles and the New Providence Community Centre. The items the BOC are requesting […]

The post BOC sets up shop for hurricane relief appeared first on The Nassau Guardian.


Sep 05, 2019 08:57 am | Simba French

It was no secret that the C&S Hitmen wanted to turn things around after a loss they had last week Wednesday to the Chances Mighty Mitts. When they took to the field on Saturday night at the Bankers Field at the Baillou Hills Sporting Complex, it would be a different story. The […]

The post Hitmen bounce back after first loss to pound the Truckers appeared first on The Nassau Guardian.


 
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