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Poets, rapper and writers to join camp with peers

Poets, rapper and writers to join camp with peers The winners of the first "Youth Express" essay, rap and poetry contest, co-sponsored by the United States Embassy in partnership with the Bahamas National Drug Council, are participating in a National Pee

Government pledges to catch perpetrators responsible for rapes

Government pledges to catch perpetrators responsible for rapes THE government is confident police will be able to discover who is behind the spree of rapes reported in eastern and western New Providence, Minister of State for National Security Keith Bell

Thunderstorms rattle the Bahamas

Thunderstorms rattle the Bahamas A FRESH round of thunderstorms moved in over the northern and central Bahamas yesterday as Tropical Storm Debby made landfall in northwestern Florida. The storm came ashore near the community of Steinhatchee late yesterda

Concerns raised about summer job programme

Concerns raised about summer job programme BY DENISE MAYCOCK Tribune Freeport Reporter dmaycock@tribunemedia.net FREEPORT - FNM MPs Peter Turnquest and Neko Grant are raising concerns over the lack information and notice provided to the public regardin

AUSTRALIAN COMMISSIONER welcomed by prime minister

AUSTRALIAN COMMISSIONER welcomed by prime minister PRIME Minister Perry Christie welcomes Philip Kentwell, Australian High Commissioner to the Bahamas, during a courtesy call at the office of the Prime Minister on Cable Beach on Wednesday.

DIRECTOR of OPBAT Operations, Commander Louie Parks, with the Youth Express campers at the RBDF base.

THE winners of the first "Youth Express" essay, rap and poetry contest participated in an Operation Bahamas Turks and Caicos helicopter demonstration at the Royal Bahamas Defence Force Base at Coral Harbour. The 29 students, ages 11-15, had the opportunit

Prudent fiscal management the key

Prudent fiscal management the key IN A BID to counteract the difficulties facing the Bahamian economy, the government said it will focus on more prudent fiscal management. During the annual general meeting of the Bahamas Institute of Chartered Accountant

Tree lights go on at police HQ

MUSIC echoed through the air, bringing sounds of great cheer as the Royal Bahamas Police Force celebrated its 11th annual Tree Lighting Ceremony under the theme, "Celebrating the Gift of Life". The moderator for the event was Simone Beneby, who spoke wit

Paying tribute to cultural icons

FOR MORE than four decades, the Nassau Renaissance Singers have been inspiring audiences with classical, traditional and contemporary choral music by many 20th century composers of classical style. This year's concerts, entitled "Music For Christmas", are

ESSO SIGNS UP TO SUPPORT JUNIOR JUNKANOO

ESSO Bahamas Limited is again supporting Junior Junkanoo this year. On Monday, the company hosted "The Draw", which determines the order of the schools taking part in the parade, at its Esso Tiger Market on Baillou Hill Road. The event also marked the la

BAHAMAS HOSTS EXPERTS' SEMINAR

THE Bahamas Association of Chiropractic hosted its first annual seminar on November 11 and 12 at the British Colonial Hilton. The seminar presenter was professional international speaker, accomplished author and vice president of Parker Chiropractic Colle

ESSO SIGNS UP TO SUPPORT JUNIOR JUNKANOO

ESSO Bahamas Limited is again supporting Junior Junkanoo this year. On Monday, the company hosted "The Draw", which determines the order of the schools taking part in the parade, at its Esso Tiger Market on Baillou Hill Road. The event also marked the la

Tree lights go on at police HQ

MUSIC echoed through the air, bringing sounds of great cheer as the Royal Bahamas Police Force celebrated its 11th annual Tree Lighting Ceremony under the theme, "Celebrating the Gift of Life". The moderator for the event was Simone Beneby, who spoke wit

Paying tribute to cultural icons

FOR MORE than four decades, the Nassau Renaissance Singers have been inspiring audiences with classical, traditional and contemporary choral music by many 20th century composers of classical style. This year's concerts, entitled "Music For Christmas", are

MAN FILES APPEAL OVER TERMS OF DIVORCE SETTLEMENT

AN EX-HUSBAND has filed an appeal against the terms of his divorce settlement, claiming Chief Justice Sir Michael Barnett should have recused himself from the case. Garth Bethel is claiming that the property adjustment order delivered by Sir Michael on Ma

BAHAMAS HOSTS EXPERTS' SEMINAR

THE Bahamas Association of Chiropractic hosted its first annual seminar on November 11 and 12 at the British Colonial Hilton. The seminar presenter was professional international speaker, accomplished author and vice president of Parker Chiropractic Colle

ESSO SIGNS UP TO SUPPORT JUNIOR JUNKANOO

ESSO Bahamas Limited is again supporting Junior Junkanoo this year. On Monday, the company hosted "The Draw", which determines the order of the schools taking part in the parade, at its Esso Tiger Market on Baillou Hill Road. The event also marked the la

Tree lights go on at police HQ

MUSIC echoed through the air, bringing sounds of great cheer as the Royal Bahamas Police Force celebrated its 11th annual Tree Lighting Ceremony under the theme, "Celebrating the Gift of Life". The moderator for the event was Simone Beneby, who spoke wit

Paying tribute to cultural icons

FOR MORE than four decades, the Nassau Renaissance Singers have been inspiring audiences with classical, traditional and contemporary choral music by many 20th century composers of classical style. This year's concerts, entitled "Music For Christmas", are

MAN FILES APPEAL OVER TERMS OF DIVORCE SETTLEMENT

AN EX-HUSBAND has filed an appeal against the terms of his divorce settlement, claiming Chief Justice Sir Michael Barnett should have recused himself from the case. Garth Bethel is claiming that the property adjustment order delivered by Sir Michael on Ma