EDITORIAL: Justice costs money

The arguments for and against the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) fall along a number of lines: competence, integrity, independence, and patriotism, just to n...

EDITORIAL: Standardised testing

Congratulations are in order for all the students who sat and passed the recently conducted Caribbean Secondary Education Certificate (CSEC) and the Caribbean ...

EDITORIAL: Change

The great Chinese philosopher Lao-Tzu, and reputed founder of Taoism, is quoted to have said, “Life is a series of natural and spontaneous changes. Don't resis...

EDITORIAL: More harm than good?

Regional air travel came to the fore recently with the announcement that Antigua and Barbuda was willing to support Dominica in its bid to maintain a campus of...

EDITORIAL: A broken record

The mere title of this piece may be lost on many of the students who recently sat Caribbean Secondary Education Certificate (CSEC) examinations.  After all, ho...

Nervousness and anxiety

When the news hit that a former minister and member of parliament from Barbados had been criminally charged in the United States of America with laundering bri...