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CALL FOR SUPPORT TO FARMERS

By DANA SMITH dsmith@tribunemedia.net DESCRIBING the Bahamas as a "nation of imports", BAIC chairman Edison Key called for more support for local farmers. He also claimed the sector is "grossly under-budgeted" by the government. Mr Key was speaking yeste

CALL FOR SUPPORT TO FARMERS

By DANA SMITH dsmith@tribunemedia.net DESCRIBING the Bahamas as a "nation of imports", BAIC chairman Edison Key called for more support for local farmers. He also claimed the sector is "grossly under-budgeted" by the government. Mr Key was speaking yeste

DAY-LONG POWER CUT LEAVES BUSINESSES FUMING

By DANA SMITH dsmith@tribunemedia.net BUSINESS owners were angry when power loss lasting for nearly 24 hours forced them to close their businesses for the day. Electricity has been out in the Blue Hill Road and Cumberland Street areas since 6pm Monday, a

CORRECTION

IN an article published on Tuesday, December 6, it was incorrectly stated that Dr Gail Saunders established the Pompey Museum. In fact, Pompey Museum was established by the Government of the Bahamas under Dr Saunders' supervision as Director of Archives.

DAY-LONG POWER CUT LEAVES BUSINESSES FUMING

By DANA SMITH dsmith@tribunemedia.net BUSINESS owners were angry when power loss lasting for nearly 24 hours forced them to close their businesses for the day. Electricity has been out in the Blue Hill Road and Cumberland Street areas since 6pm Monday, a

CALL FOR SUPPORT TO FARMERS

By DANA SMITH dsmith@tribunemedia.net DESCRIBING the Bahamas as a "nation of imports", BAIC chairman Edison Key called for more support for local farmers. He also claimed the sector is "grossly under-budgeted" by the government. Mr Key was speaking yeste

CORRECTION

IN an article published on Tuesday, December 6, it was incorrectly stated that Dr Gail Saunders established the Pompey Museum. In fact, Pompey Museum was established by the Government of the Bahamas under Dr Saunders' supervision as Director of Archives.

CALL FOR SUPPORT TO FARMERS

By DANA SMITH dsmith@tribunemedia.net DESCRIBING the Bahamas as a "nation of imports", BAIC chairman Edison Key called for more support for local farmers. He also claimed the sector is "grossly under-budgeted" by the government. Mr Key was speaking yeste

DAY-LONG POWER CUT LEAVES BUSINESSES FUMING

By DANA SMITH dsmith@tribunemedia.net BUSINESS owners were angry when power loss lasting for nearly 24 hours forced them to close their businesses for the day. Electricity has been out in the Blue Hill Road and Cumberland Street areas since 6pm Monday, a

CORRECTION

IN an article published on Tuesday, December 6, it was incorrectly stated that Dr Gail Saunders established the Pompey Museum. In fact, Pompey Museum was established by the Government of the Bahamas under Dr Saunders' supervision as Director of Archives.

DAY-LONG POWER CUT LEAVES BUSINESSES FUMING

By DANA SMITH dsmith@tribunemedia.net BUSINESS owners were angry when power loss lasting for nearly 24 hours forced them to close their businesses for the day. Electricity has been out in the Blue Hill Road and Cumberland Street areas since 6pm Monday, a

CALL FOR SUPPORT TO FARMERS

By DANA SMITH dsmith@tribunemedia.net DESCRIBING the Bahamas as a "nation of imports", BAIC chairman Edison Key called for more support for local farmers. He also claimed the sector is "grossly under-budgeted" by the government. Mr Key was speaking yeste

CORRECTION

IN an article published on Tuesday, December 6, it was incorrectly stated that Dr Gail Saunders established the Pompey Museum. In fact, Pompey Museum was established by the Government of the Bahamas under Dr Saunders' supervision as Director of Archives.

BAHAMASAIR PERFORMANCE QUESTIONED

By DANA SMITH dsmith@tribunemedia.net TWO unions questioned the "fiscal performance" of Bahamasair during a protest on Friday morning. The Public Managers Union (PMU) and the Airport, Airline, and Allied Workers Union (AAAWU) told press they were "concer

ON THE RUN AFTER POLICE GUNFIGHT

By DANA SMITH dsmith@tribunemedia.net TWO men led police on a high speed chase before crashing and engaging officers in a gunfight that left one suspect injured before they both fled on foot. The crash and shooting happened on the corner of the Eastern R

POLICE CONFIRM TWO SOUGHT AFTER HIGH-SPEED CAR CHASE

By DANA SMITH dsmith@tribunemedia.net POLICE are searching for the two suspected armed robbers involved in Monday's high-speed car chase and gunfight on Eastern Road. Yesterday, police confirmed that two men approached a woman in the Palmdale area around

POLICE RECEIVE PAY INCREMENTS

By DANA SMITH dsmith@tribunemedia.net TOP officials at the Royal Bahamas Police Staff Association confirmed yesterday that government-promised pay increments have been received by police staff. Dwight Smith, executive chairman of the Police Staff Associa

ROYAL VISIT TO BAHAMAS

By DANA SMITH dsmith@tribunemedia.net THE Bahamas will reportedly be visited by a member of the British royal family next year. According to media reports, as part of the Queen's Diamond Jubilee celebrations, the entire family will visit Commonwealth cou

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MINISTER'S OFFER OF AIRPORT TALKS DISMISSED AS 'STALLING TACTIC'

MINISTER'S OFFER OF AIRPORT TALKS DISMISSED AS 'STALLING TACTIC' By DANA SMITH dsmith@tribunemedia.net FOLLOWING the Ministry of Labour's offer to meet with representatives of frustrated airport employees, one union leader dismissed the proposal as noth

PLP: 'LAING IS SCARED'

By DANA SMITH dsmith@tribunemedia.net THE PLP claims Zhivargo Laing, Minister of State for Finance and Public Services, is "running scared" from his Marco City seat because he is "afraid to stand on his record of broken promises." This comment comes amid