Trust and confidence

There are two things that make up the foundation of the relationship between the police and the public and they are captured in the title of this piece: trust ...

Thinking for ourselves

No one, certainly not us, could have foreseen the firestorm which was created by the release of the police crime statistics for 2016.

Why all the secrecy?

When the news broke that the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the Citizenship by Investment Unit (CIU), Chisanga Chekwe, had tendered his resignation after onl...

An idea gone awry?

We have often had reason to quote that famous Greek philosopher who is credited with espousing the dictum: The only constant is change. So when government anno...

What do the numbers say?

We are the first to admit that over the years, we took some kind of perverse pleasure in perusing the statistics sent out by the Royal Police Force of Antigua,...

Who will step up to the plate?

An era has just closed with the passing of Mr Charles “Eddie” Hunte on Saturday – a man who would have accomplished much, on numerous stages throughout his 81 ...

Maintain your resolve

It is often said that a thousand-mile journey begins with the first solitary, unsteady step. As humans, we are always trying to find ways and means of improvin...

Hello 2017

2016 was quite a year! It had a bit of everything stuffed into it: from politics to natural disasters and everything in between. As we reflect on 2016 and sa...