DOUGLAS Ngumi was wronged by this country.
THERE seems to be something of a conspiracy theory circulating over the government’s use of emergency powers.
AT the start of this week, we said in this column that Deputy Prime Minister Peter Turnquest faced a battle to keep that title. Yesterday, he waved the flag of surrender – for now – and resigned.
SOMETIMES, there is little in the way of thanks for those trying their hardest to help others.
TO read the story of the murder of Ednique Walker, who died at just eight years old alongside her mother, Alicia Sawyer, is tragic. The pair were victims of violence, and their murder is yet another alarm bell for our nation.
IT’S the end of an era – and not before time.
IN a surprise move, Prime Minister Dr Hubert Minnis revealed emergency powers were to be extended again last night – this time until the far side of Christmas.
IT always seemed likely that the plans for oil exploration might end up in court.
WHEN Monique Pindling took the stage at the PLP convention in 2017, her words were a breath of fresh air.
TWO different developments in the spotlight today raise a weighty question – in the time of COVID-19, how picky should we be about the impact of projects?
DON’T put tasks off when things are going well – because when things are going badly, they’ll come back to bite you.
WE would like to commend the police force, for taking action following the publication of yesterday’s Tribune highlighting a wedding held in breach of emergency orders on Friday.
When photographs and videos from a wedding in Harbour Island went viral in July, the sense of hurt from people who had followed the rules and cancelled or delayed their weddings was palpable.
THE news about the end of the weekend lockdown might be good news – at least as long as it doesn’t reverse the downward trend of new COVID-19 cases – but it remains maddeningly inconsistent in many ways.
THERE is not a soul in The Bahamas who does not want to see the back of COVID-19.