Anthony Newbold, President of the Bahamas Press Club, gave the welcome address at the inaugural ceremony to honour the pioneers and legends in journalism and mass communications at the British Colonial Hilton on Saturday night.
INSIGHT - Strange bedfellows: Jury still out on how Rollins and Wells moving to the FNM will benefit the party
LAST week, Free National Movement (FNM) Leader Dr Hubert Minnis pulled a political chess move that stunned and angered many in his own party.
PRIME Minister Perry Christie is routinely criticised for leading a government that is long on lofty promises, but short on follow through.
The first relief expert into Crooked Island found unprecedented hurricane damage for a Bahamian island. Darren Adler tells The Tribune about rescues, necessities and evacuations.
We must heed the lessons of the devastation wrought by Hurricane Joaquin
The widespread devastation Hurricane Joaquin brought to the southern and central Bahamas has exposed glaring inefficiencies in this country’s disaster preparedness and emergency management policies.
SENIOR members of the Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) spent much of last week swimming against the tide so to speak, acknowledging that the country is in a mess, that the party had made many lofty promises that it could not keep in order to win the 2012 general election and that many government MPs are poor performers who should be cut like dead weight.
The Caribbean is again becoming a popular route for cocaine smuggling. Alicia A Caldwell reports
At 24, Tribune reporter Rashad Rolle has made his first trip to Asia as part of a journalism exchange. It changed his perceptions of China.
Flats fishing is a multi-million dollar industry in the Bahamas but proposed legislation has stirred the waters and raised concerns over protectionism and conservation. Beau Beasley reports . . .
ON Thursday night, Minister of National Security Dr Bernard Nottage gave a weak and poorly received national address on crime.
The Atlantic Ocean finally got its first hurricane of the season last week, when Danny passed the hurricane test with wind speeds in excess of 75 mph and a developed eye.
Sharks have been in the news with a series of attacks on humans, but as Mindy Pennybacker finds, more people are wanting a close-up experience with the great marine predators.
LAST week, Minister of National Security Dr Bernard Nottage walked past a group of protestors in Rawson Square who are fed up with the rising murder count and the almost daily bloodletting that occurs on the streets of New Providence.
As the wrangling over Baha Mar becomes ever more tense, CEO Sarkis Izmirlian wrote to the president of The Export-Import Bank of China, Liu Liange, on July 23 in an effort to break the deadlock over China Construction America holding the resort “hostage” and asking for a response to his proposals by today. This is what he wrote.
Richard Coulson insists a Bahamian Chapter 11 procedure is the only way forward for Baha Mar.