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...

Editorial: Idle hands

The Antigua and Barbuda Search and Rescue (ABSAR) organisation recently made a post on Facebook that has people shaking their head. Accompanied by a close-up p...

Editorial: Good luck PM Browne

We wish Prime Minister Gaston Browne all the best with his new strategy of appealing to the United Nations for assistance with the long outstanding World Trade...

Editorial: Leading by example

If we were all to take our cues from some in the Royal Police Force of Antigua and Barbuda, the persons living with disabilities in this country would have an ...

Editorial: Errors in judgement

The discussion surrounding the move to the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) has shone a spotlight on our entire judicial system. There are many who hold the op...

EDITORIAL: A patriot

Today, Antigua and Barbuda is poorer for the loss of George “Rick” James.  As a man of great talents, there are many descriptors that can be attached to his pe...