Thousands of couples are flocking to Ministry of Tourism’s most recent wedding promotion with NBC, bringing special attention to The Bahamas’ appeal as a wedding and honeymoon destination.
Prosecutors in a 13-year-old high-profile murder case claimed media had misreported some facts.
The United Nations Environmental Programme opened a 3-day regional journalists’ workshop to train media professionals on the benefits of pursuing Inclusive Green Economy to preserve the Ozone Layer.
The Broadcasting Corporation of the Bahamas wishes to assure the public that ZNS will provide expanded coverage on radio and television focusing on Caribbean athletes inclusive of Bahamian athletes.
For all his public crying and countless Bahamian flags waving at his business site, Jeff Butler, from my observation, has operated in a selfish manner and continues to be protected.
Tribune News Editor, Paco Nunez brings attention to the new PLP government’s fascination with the media and offers a few tips to PLP politicians who are inclined to meddle.
Police Commissioner Ellison Greesnslade was blasted on a local blog for essentially protecting the boat captain responsible for the deaths of at least 11 Haitians in a botched people smuggling attempt.
Young men caught with marijuana get their names and pictures splashed across the front pages of the local papers as criminals, but both the police and the media protect the identities of these white collar criminals.
The integrity and credibility of the PLP party was questioned after they, “wasted millions of dollars in the best of times” and completed no significant piece of infrastructure in Grand Bahama during their 5-year term.