THE Bahamas Telecommunications Company yesterday apologised to its customers who experienced dropped or failed calls in New Providence and Andros. According to the company, the issue was related to its 2G
THE former government issued more than 80 contracts worth more than $24 million during the period of the election campaign, it has been claimed.
TWO Royal Bahamas Defence Force officers have denied stealing $32,000 worth of machinery from their agency's base.
IN today's Insight, we present the official report on crime prepared by noted psychiatrist Dr David Allen. Some findings from this report were first published in The Tribune on March 30, 2012.
Smith sets out issues facing nassau village PLP candidate for Nassau Village Dion Smith assured supporters that if elected, he will immediately set about addressing their concerns. Opening his constituency office on Saturday night, Mr Smith told the crow
TWO separate shootings left two young men in hospital over the weekend.
Police arrest nine in crackdown on driving offences By Brittany Kemp A NEW policing operation has been launched in New Providence, resulting in the arrest of nine people, 530 matters taken to court and 567 drivers being cited for various traffic offence
Ppair accused of kidnapping student By LAMECH JOHNSON Tribune Staff Reporter email@example.com THE teenage son of convicted drug traffickers Dwight and Keva Major was arraigned in Magistrate's Court yesterday afternoon in connection with the rob
Police officers' trial due to start By LAMECH JOHNSON Tribune Staff Reporter firstname.lastname@example.org TWO police officers charged in connection with the death of a father-of-six will stand trial tomorrow morning in Supreme Court. Cpl Donovan Gardiner
By LAMECH JOHNSON email@example.com AFTER pleading guilty to firearm and ammunition possession, a Farm Road man begged the Magistrate's Court for leniency, saying he did not intend to cause harm with the weapon. Before his sentencing yesterday m