Editorial: Open sesame

We are not sure if it is just us, but is “something stinking in the state of Denmark?” We are referring to the recent giddy pronouncement by our good prime min...

EDITORIAL: For the right price?

No back pay! No CCJ! It is a slogan making the rounds ever since the prime minister revealed that public servants might not get their long-awaited back pay in ...

Editorial: What is the question?

It is a rather troubling development- a new wrinkle, if you will, in this referendum saga.  And it is enough to give the public “What-will-be-the-question” whi...

Editorial: A modicum of civility

In a few short weeks, registered Antiguans and Barbudans will be going to the polls to give their approval or disapproval for a change in our constitution that...

EDITORIAL: No business as usual

It was with some measure of relief that we processed the news – that the Royal Police Force of Antigua and Barbuda could launch an internal investigation into ...

Editorial: Earth in travail

This past Monday marked 44 years since the great earthquake shook Antigua and Barbuda. It was on the 8th of October 1974, in the predawn hours, that our fair i...

EDITORIAL: The fine print

The nation will be going to the polls to vote on whether we accede to the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) as our final appellate court, or whether we retain t...

EDITORIAL: Voices will be heard

There was good news coming out of the post-cabinet press briefing. Cabinet has indicated that a three-member committee has been set-up to address the issue of ...

EDITORIAL: Not so sweet

The word reaching our newsroom was hardly comforting. Apparently, there is a serious ambient temperature problem at one of the top secondary schools here in ou...