EDITORIAL: Is Davis ready to face up to party’s past?

PLP leader Philip ‘Brave’ Davis faces a problem – his own past.

EDITORIAL: Talk is cheap, but where’s the money for health workers?

WHEN COVID-19 first came to our shores, there was a familiar line in the regular press conferences at the time.

EDITORIAL: Let the courts rule on oil drilling

OIL is the focus of attention across The Bahamas – and farther afield too, it would seem.

EDITORIAL: Nygard not only one facing accusations

THE long arm of the law doesn’t seem so long in The Bahamas.

EDITORIAL: What about justice in The Bahamas?

Peter Nygard has been arrested and charged with sex trafficking and racketeering.

EDITORIAL: Let’s be serious, Dr Sands

Dr Duane Sands made us raise an eyebrow with his comments reported in today’s Tribune.

EDITORIAL: When will this brutality end?

POLICE poured hot sauce in a man’s eyes for a crime he was never charged with. That’s the allegation from Kenton Fines, who claims he was brutalised by officers he says searched his home without a warrant.

EDITORIAL: Unity is easy to preach, harder to practise

IT’S the easiest thing in the world to call for bi-partisanship.

EDITORIAL: Resort reopening brings hope to us all

THE doors of Atlantis open again to guests today – and while there may not be a rush to visit right away, the resort has high hopes for the start of next year.

EDITORIAL: Not the end of COVID-19 yet - but a landmark day

IT was a landmark day yesterday in the UK. The British government dubbed it ‘V-day’, or vaccination day, and the first person to receive the approved Pfizer vaccine against COVID-19 was a 90-year-old Northern Irish woman.

EDITORIAL: Speaking up for constituents

TWO MPs stood up in Parliament yesterday to raise their voices against the current state of affairs in the government.

EDITORIAL: A glimmer of hope for the end of the year

It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas.

EDITORIAL: Don’t look away from those in need

WHEN the sun rose yesterday, they were already waiting.

EDITORIAL: A long road back from the brink

IF there was any doubt about the economic mountain we have to climb to recover from COVID-19, the International Monetary Fund ought to have put paid to it yesterday.