AT long last, Prime Minister Dr Hubert Minnis spoke up yesterday to explain why he is closing the beaches for the Independence holiday.
IMMIGRATION and work permits have been thrown again into the spotlight – not least by the arrival of more than 100 Mexican workers bound for employment at Baker’s Bay, and the concern from the public over whether those were jobs that could have been done by Bahamians instead.
WHEN you think of a murderer in this country, what do you think of?
IT is not often that we hear the voice of the Prime Minister’s wife in the wake of the violence that too routinely breaks out on our streets.
THE reopening of our borders might be taken by some to show we’re getting back to normal – but as the comments from Tourism Minister Dionisio D’Aguilar show, we’re a long way from that.
TODAY is the day. The first commercial flights from the US and Canada will be touching down today, ending the border closure put in place to protect us from COVID-19.
HOW seriously is our economy being hurt by COVID-19? Our lead story today is a telling sign.
There was a contradiction at the heart of Prime Minister Dr Hubert Minnis’ national address yesterday.
WHEN Bill Clinton campaigned against George HW Bush for the US presidency, three words spoken by one of his strategists struck home.
IN today’s Tribune, we publish our annual Hurricane Guide – and in view of last year’s damage from Hurricane Dorian, we hope it will serve as a reminder to readers to be prepared.
RESTRICTIONS are easing again – but not by much.
It is nearly a month since the killing of George Floyd sparked worldwide protests against racism.
LIKE buses, it seems you wait forever for a project in Andros, and then three come along at once.
“So, what are we to do now?”
HOW seriously is the government taking the aftermath of Hurricane Dorian?