THE Bahamas Press Club 2014 recently held an event to mark World Press Freedom Day.
LOCAL golf enthusiasts are gearing up for the 35th Annual Charity GolfTournament hosted by the Rotary Club of East Nassau & The Scout Association of The Bahamas.
THE Summit of the Americas, scheduled to be held in Los Angeles from June 8 to 10, should be regarded by all the Heads of Government, as a golden opportunity to address the many challenges now confronting the hemisphere.
The Bahamas will likely have “to fight” the European Union (EU) and Organisation for Economic Co-Operation and Development (OECD) to preserve its digital assets leadership, the Opposition’s leader warned yesterday.
THE Strike-Out Cancer initiative is a joint programme with the National Fast-Pitch Coaches Association (NFCA) membership and The Rising Stars programme to raise funds and awareness to fight cancer and promote a healthy lifestyle.
ACTING Commissioner of Police Clayton Fernander said police are investigating the chaos and alleged stabbing at the O2 Hookah Lounge on Gladstone Road Saturday night.
Super Value’s principal has revealed he and his family “bit the bullet” in closing their loss-making Harbour Bay housewares retailer, adding: “We were fighting a losing battle so we buried the hatchet.”
THE Davis administration says it is seeing success in its fight to stem a gun war between gangs and this may be the result of the return of senior Royal Bahamas Police Force officers who were sent on leave and then on special assignments under the previous government.
THE Botanical Gardens proved the perfect space for students and their teachers to celebrate Earth Day.
MURDER in our country is continuing at a pace – with two men shot dead yesterday, adding to a woman shot dead on Sunday, and following last month which was one of the deadliest months on record in our nation’s history.
TWO men were granted bail in a Magistrate’s Court yesterday after allegedly attacking each other with cutlasses.
TWO WOMEN were arraigned in a Magistrate’s Court yesterday on separate charges in connection with the same argument involving a knife in Golden Palm Estates.
IN yesterday’s Tribune, we reported that officials are monitoring a “slight increase” in COVID-19 cases over recent days. In today’s Tribune, you can read that Prime Minister Philip “Brave” Davis is discussing getting rid of mask mandates by summer.
BISHOP Walter Hanchell said his organisation needs help to fight the stark rise in homelessness and hunger in New Providence over the past few years.
THE appointment of former senator and talk show host Rodney Moncur as a consultant in the Ministry of National Security was yesterday defended as a key component in the government’s plan to fight crime in inner-city communities.
BAHAMAS National Trust director Eric Carey said the BNT continues to monitor Disney’s construction works at Lighthouse Point to ensure environmental safety.
THE Bahamas Contractors Association has launched the Climate and Environment Committee to help country meet climate change obligations.
THERE is a childhood song that goes “One of these things is not like the other…”
PROVIDING Access to Continued Education has renamed its East and Plantol Streets building as the Andrea Archer Institute, in honour of its founder.
A BOY who testified in court yesterday of his alleged beating at the Children’s Emergency Hostel admitted to cursing one of the caretakers and calling her a “b----” on the day he got spanked.