Minister of Youth, Sports and Culture Charles Maynard expressed his disappointment yesterday about the level of attendance at the 2012 New Year’s Day Junkanoo Parade.
“I don’t know why there is this feeling amongst Bahamians generally that the New Year’s Day Parade is not as exciting
A 30-year-old man is assisting police with their investigation into a shooting which left another man in hospital nursing a gun shot wound to the arm.
The victim was shot around 2:50 p.m. on Sunday while at a home on Homestead Street off Wulff Road.
Nothing brings Bahamians together more than the cultural phenomenon of Junkanoo. Through this timeless activity, community and creativity are fostered across ages and economic backgrounds.
Thanks to a significant donation to the Junkanoo community that totaled $226,000 by the Bahamas Telecommunications Company Ltd. (BTC), Bahamians were
With elections constitutionally required by May 2012, it had to start at some point, and as usual the political propaganda is predictable.
The first group out is the Democratic National Alliance – the DNA – and they left a flyer outlining their goals at the
Today is a sad day for me indeed on reading the banner headlines of The Tribune: “As the year draws to a close…Boy Aged 14 on Rape and Kidnap Charges and Grim Find Brings Murder Count To 127”. One can only beg the question,
The year 1954 is a memorable one for this writer. It was the year he got out of school to embark on a journey to the outside world. That was 57 years ago, but it seems as if it was just yesterday. It was
The parties are almost ready, and most of the country is too, for the next general election. Though the prime minister has until May to call the vote, it is expected that he will do so before then. Based on the work that has already