WORKS and Urban Development Minister Philip “Brave” Davis urged engineers to rediscover the value of traditional engineering techniques and apply them in a modern context.
OPPOSITION Leader Dr Hubert Minnis yesterday accused the Christie administration of conducting business with a Canadian man “known to swindle” clients of money as he questioned the government’s ability to properly police the petroleum industry.
AN environmental expert at Baha Mar visited the Island School on Cape Eleuthera for a workshop on marine conservation and sustainable development.
PRIME Minister Perry Christie yesterday toured the Ardastra Gardens Subdivision where 61 new government low-cost housing units are under construction.
Wednesday's news from Abaco and Grand Bahama.
A DOG was miraculously found alive by animal rescuers after being trapped for weeks under mounds of hurricane debris in Abaco.Spokesperson for Big Dog Ranch Rescue, Chase Scott told The Tribune that the group discovered the dog — now named Miracle —
Here comes your new look YOUR local online news experience is about to become more interactive, more informative and more dynamic with the launch of the new www.tribune242.com this Monday. The Tribune is changing the look and feel of its website in order
New shrimp-like species found in New Mexico cave By SUSAN MONTOYA BRYAN Associated Press ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) -- Scientists have discovered a new shrimp-like species in a gypsum cave in southeastern New Mexico, only a few dozen miles from the famous
By DENISE MAYCOCK
A Princeton architectural firm yesterday said it has been selected to design the revival of Port St George, the $500m investment project proposed for Long Island.
These videos show the effects of Hurricane Isaias in Freeport over the weekend.
This Saturday, a brand new online feature begins on tribune242.com: The Tribune's Top 5.
Stormy weather hit the capital over the weekend, with thunderstorms, heavy rain and lightning.
Food stores were inundated with shoppers on Wednesday, hours after the government reversed the seven-day lockdown.
All the latest from Nomination Day ahead of the general election on September 16th.
Followers flock to The Tribune online Readers continue to flock to The Tribune online, with the 5,000 'likes' barrier on our Facebook site being broken this weekend. This comes after a huge number of visits to the tribune242.com website throughout May. M
The Bahamas Crisis Centre was right to turn down a $1,000 donation from Tall Pines MP Leslie Miller, according to the majority of voters in the tribune242.com poll.
Man can live without food for three to five days but will die without water for one day.
THE Caribbean Development Bank has approved a $28m loan to assist the government in improving water supply systems in communities in New Providence and the Family Islands, CDB officials said yesterday.
THE Florida Gulf Coast Eagles are excited to add Franco Miller Jr to their programme and look forward to the incoming transfer combo guard to have an impact whenever he steps on the floor.