A $3 MILLION "goodwill gesture" is being offered by BTC in the wake of a blackout that crippled the company's landline, cell and broadband services.
THE FNM hit back at State Minister of National Security Keith Bell's allegation that confiscated drug money was used as a "slush fund" under the former government - claiming the minister's comments reveal he doesn't know what he's talking about.
DNA leader Branville McCartney got into a heated shouting match with Perry Christie on live radio yesterday morning over claims the opposition leader colluded with Prime Minister Hubert Ingraham on boundary changes ahead of the general election.
DEMOCRATIC National Alliance leader Branville McCartney has scheduled a press conference for today to refute a Tribune headline he feels misrepresented his stance on the efforts to ban marital rape.
DEFENDING All-Island Senior Young Chef champion Dwayne Sinclair emerged as the winner of the competition's 2012 New Providence leg. After the results were announced, the Temple Christian High School student said he plans to again compete in the national c
FREEPORT - A man is said to be in critical condition at the Rand Memorial Hospital after being electrocuted at the Grand Bahama Shipyard. Sources identified the 35-year-old victim as Ali Isusin, a Romanian resident of Grand Bahama. The Shipyard employee
THE Democratic National Alliance used the occasion of the 45th anniversary of Majority Rule to emphasise the importance of change. In a statement issued yesterday, the DNA said it acknowledges what Sir Lynden Pindling and many like him realised as they fo
By DENISE MAYCOCK Tribune Freeport Reporter firstname.lastname@example.org FREEPORT - Just over 21,000 persons were registered on the new voter register as of Tuesday in Grand Bahama, where five voter's card distribution centres have been activated. Assistan
EXTRA CLASSROOMS FOR SCHOOL STUDENTS and teachers at C H Reeves Junior High School will soon have several extra classrooms at their disposal. The government has awarded a $345,932 contract to Bruce Rahming Construction for a two story, eight-classroom bu
MEMBERS of the public claim they repeatedly called emergency services Friday, but no one answered the phone. Two unrelated persons said they tried dialling both 911 and 919, but the lines just rang and rang for several minutes. Despite calling each number