The spectre of Loftus Roker looms all too large for migrants over the government’s contentious policy, says Ava Turnquest, Tribune Chief Reporter.
I LIKE the saying: "You can't disguise a bad message, no matter how much you dress it up". There are many businesses who want their goods or services to appeal to everyone and prefer skipping the planning to get right to designing ; not knowing that it takes time and patience to design the right message that will reach the right people.
I'M constantly amazed at the few real benefits some businesses receive for the dollars they shell out on training, and the number of promises they receive in return for them instead. It's the support trainees receive from management as they try to implement their new ideas that should count, as opposed to the brickbats they more often receive from colleagues.
BAHAMIAN social norms are uprooted and set to a Mayan apocalyptic backdrop in playwright Adrian Wildgoose's Judgment In Paradise.
THE government will move forward with its promised mortgage relief plan under "strict consultation", Prime Minister Perry Christie confirmed yesterday.
LOCAL Texaco retailers are expected to meet with their new distributor today after RUBIS/Vitogaz completed its "nine-figure buyout" of Chevron's fuels marketing and aviation business in this nation, one independent dealer telling Tribune Business that the latter "was the worst dealer I had to deal with".
Bishop Fraser launches appeal against conviction By LAMECH JOHNSON Tribune Staff Reporter firstname.lastname@example.org BISHOP Randy Fraser's appeal against his unlawful sex conviction began yesterday in the Court of Appeal. Fraser, convicted last November
The PLP wedding crasher WEDDING guests in Eleuthera are outraged after a Progressive Liberal Party candidate allegedly "crashed and campaigned" at a reception over the weekend. Bridal party members said they were shocked when Damien Gomez, PLP candidate
Mourning for 'plait lady' By AVA TURNQUEST Tribune Staff Reporter email@example.com ANDROSIANS mourned the loss of their beloved matriarch, Omelia Marshall, this weekend. The recipient of numerous tourism honours, including a Cacique award, f
MEGA RESORT THREAT CLOSER By AVA TURNQUEST Tribune Staff Reporter firstname.lastname@example.org LEGISLATION to bring three Las Vegas-style casino mega resorts to South Florida - and in direct competition with Bahamian hotels - has been passed by a US Sena