Construction is vital

Many countries use the construction sector as a benchmarh to measure the health of their economies. The number of new homes in any given period serves as a for...

A plea for more

Our stance on the environment and desire to see a better Antigua & Barbuda has been met with a variety of negative labels over time, however, we wear those lab...

When chickens come home to roost

When it comes to the health of individuals, and by extension families, communities, nations and the whole world, international public health agencies like the ...

We demand no less

We, like the rest of the citizenry, were happy to record the historic successes of the first kidney transplants to be conducted at the Mount St John’s Medical ...

Blow that whistle!

Truth be told, the statements from academic experts and former government officials in the Caribbean region regarding an “anti-informant” culture in this part ...

Who feels it knows it

If we were to use the police’s recently released crime stats for 2016 as a fair measure, instances of praedial larceny in Antigua & Barbuda are not so big a de...

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...