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By NATARIO McKENZIE
Tribune Staff Reporter
A 57-YEAR-OLD grandfather who admitted possessing child pornography and committing incest with his granddaughter was sent to prison for 12 years yesterday.
The man, who cannot be named to protect the identity of his granddaughter, pleaded guilty earlier this week to taking nude photographs of the girl - who was 14 at the ti...
The Ministry of Labour and Social Development is organizing events for Older Persons Month, which will be celebrated this month in partnership with the National Council on Older Persons.
On October 1, 1991 the General Assembly of the United Nations observed for the first time the International Day of the Elderly. That day was designated to give recognition to the past and potential contribut...
Itís not every submersible that does a star turn at the Marseille History Museum after its maiden dive. But then OceanOne, designed by computer scientists at Stanford University, doesnít look like your average machine.
The Commonwealth of The Bahamas joined the People's Republic of China in celebrating its 62nd anniversary at which both countries highlighted bilateral accomplishments since diplomatic ties were formed in 1997.
A reception marking the founding of the People's Republic of China was held Wednesday, September 28, at the Sheraton Cable Beach Resort, where both sides made toasts as a signal of goodwill...
A judge on Friday released a man accused of attempted murder on his own recognizance.Senior Justice Jon Isaacs ordered Ambrose Adderley Jr.'s release at his arraignment yesterday.Adderley, who prosecutors alleged stabbed a man at Long Island on December 31, 2011, was supposed to be arraigned since August 2012.However, prison officials failed to bring him down although the court included his name o...
A BAHAMIAN man pleaded guilty yesterday to hacking into celebrities' email accounts to steal unreleased movie and TV scripts and private sex videos, a crime that prosecutors in New York say could have caused great harm to networks and movie studios if he had succeeded in selling them for hundreds of thousands of dollars.
The Bahamas Weekly is looking for a few smart, aggressive and savvy
interns to earn hands-on experience in a fast-paced, growing media
Interested individuals must either be
majors in or have interest in journalism, mass
communications, marketing or graphic and web designs; and have a fair
concept of their particular field of interest, be computer proficient,
own a computer, hav...