THE raid on The Farm shanty town in Abaco yesterday was a big operation.
AFTER holding seven people in detention for nearly two years, it turns out that the government couldn’t even explaining why they had done so.
IN this column yesterday, we discussed the principle of justice delayed being justice denied – and just how much it is delayed in the case of police-involved killings has become clearer still.
THE concerns over mounting cases of COVID-19 continue – with 92 new cases over the holiday weekend.
Perhaps the most shocking thing in the latest report on human rights in The Bahamas by the US State Department is that so many of the problems are already known.
IN two separate articles in today’s Tribune, the question of gender in politics is raised.
THE scene pictured on our front page ought to annoy everyone who has been doing everything they can to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
THE numbers tell the tale. Steadily, the number of cases of COVID-19 have been rising.
FRED Smith, QC, certainly knows how to catch attention. In his latest collision with the government over shanty towns, he compares government policy to that of Stalin. Asked to tone it down by the court, he offered an alternative of Mao Zedong in China, whose cultural revolution “destroyed the homes of 20 million people”.
YOU can’t even get a jitney ride for a dollar these days – but that’s how much is being paid to buy Grand Bahama International Airport.
THE sun always shines in the world of Renward Wells.
THE allegation that members of the Democratic National Alliance were carried out on the instruction of “someone higher” than the police are very disturbing.
WE have written before in this column of the need to extend aid as each deadline for its cut-off has drawn near – and it is encouraging to see we are not alone in recognising the need.
IT happens every day.
HERE’S the good news – the vaccinations are under way.