THERE was a record 12.37 inches of rainfall on Saturday as the western part of New Providence experienced serious flooding sparked by torrential downpour.
A Royal Bahamas Defence Force officer accused of murder and attempted murder was found not guilty on all counts on Wednesday.
FEW social distancing protocols were practised by people who came to support the Bamboo Town candidates of their respective political parties on nomination day on Friday.
For two hundred years the settlement of Hope Town on Elbow Cay, Abaco, was a sleepy little fishing village with very little crime. In the 1990’s when the internet put the island on the map, the economic growth that followed, led to more and more crime. A tipping point came in 2018 when Hope Town experienced its first armed robbery http://www.tribune242.com/news/2018/may/22/holiday-weekend-blighted-by-series-of-armed/robberies.
A man was shot dead by police after an incident in Chippingham early on Monday morning.
A man was killed, and two others are in hospital following a shooting and stabbing incident in Grand Bahama on Friday evening.
THE Bahamas Roadmasters Running Club (BRRC) continued its spirit of philanthropy with recent donations totalling $3,000.
METEOROLOGISTS are warning to be on the alert for the possible formation of a tropical storm.
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ONE man is dead and another is in hospital after they were shot on Friday night.
THIS week marks a milestone in electric mobility around the world. BYD produced their one millionth new energy passenger car, which rolled off the production line in Shenzhen, China, on May 19th. To celebrate this historic moment, Easy Car Sales, the local distributor and warranty centre for BYD in The Bahamas, is offering factory rebates to EV buyers through the end of May.
PROGRESSIVE Liberal Party leader Philip “Brave” Davis said his party is up to the task of leading the country out of the “dark age” it is now in.
ELECTRIC vehicles returned to the Mall at Marathon for Father’s Day and once again proved to be a big hit with the crowds.
A heated argument erupted at Government High School on Thursday morning after Mount Moriah incumbent Marvin Dames accused Progressive Liberal Party supporters of campaigning at the polling site on Election Day.
THE Free National Movement woke to an unwanted surprise on one of the busiest days of the political calendar on Friday after the party's headquarters was ransacked overnight.
THE Public Hospitals Authority has launched an investigation into a recent complaint that alleged negligence caused the death of a woman being treated at the Princess Margaret Hospital.
THE Island House is fully booked for the Christmas season and into the New Year as it moves to re-open its Mahogany House restaurant together with a new cocktail bar.
The Bahamian connection for the Benedict College Tigers men’s volleyball team had their run in the Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference Championship tournament end in the semifinals.
FREE National Movement Leader Michael Pintard said the Davis administration should be clearer about when contractors who had agreements with the Bahamas Parks and Public Beaches Authority will be paid monies owed to them.
After a slow start, defending champion Shaunae Miller-Uibo stormed back in the latter part of the race to secure her berth in the women’s 400m final at the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo, Japan.