EDITORIAL: When is a gathering a safe gathering?

THE large gatherings being held as political parties hit the streets to campaign ahead of the next election beg an obvious question – if they can do it, why can’t we?

Speaker Moultrie the centre of attention again

ONCE again, House Speaker Halson Moultrie is grabbing the headlines.

EDITORIAL: There’s no single solution to shanty towns

THE issue of shanty towns is one that has featured regularly in this column – and we don’t see a solution any time soon.

EDITORIAL: Parties should be focussing on vaccination message

IF you've been browsing on social media over the last few weeks I suspect, like us, you're getting a bit fed up with the videos from the FNM and PLP popping up every few minutes telling you how great they are and you should give them your vote.

EDITORIAL: Time for an Independent Police Complaints Authority

SO where would we be if a suspect taken into police custody hadn’t managed to press record on his mobile phone?

EDITORIAL: Vaccine is coming - but delay is disappointing

DID good news ever sound so disappointing?

EDITORIAL: Right or wrong, think of the people this affects

WHICH justice is right when it comes to citizenship?

EDITORIAL: Senior police officers given cold shoulder

“Dignity and respect, that’s all I wanted.”

EDITORIAL: Judge by achievements, not by a name

SINCE the departure of Lanisha Rolle from the post of Minister of Youth, Sports and Culture, there has been a lot of talk about women in politics.

EDITORIAL: Money now, but a headache later?

The announcement of a tax amnesty by Prime Minister Dr Hubert Minnis yesterday might sound good for those who can take advantage of it – but look a little deeper and it’s a bad sign for the state of our country.

EDITORIAL: Lost in bureaucracy

More than ten years ago, Bahamian Stafford Lightbourn married his wife, Sharon Lewis-Lightbourn.

EDITORIAL: What is being done to help women shine in politics?

THE issue of women in politics has been in the air lately – and has been brought back to the surface by the departure of Lanisha Rolle, who was the only woman serving as a minister under Prime Minister Dr Hubert Minnis.

EDITORIAL: Say a prayer for former Prime Minister

THERE comes a moment when political rivalries must be set aside – and the news that former Prime Minister Hubert Ingraham has COVID-19 is one such moment.

EDITORIAL: Questions remain after Lanisha Rolle’s departure

THE story of Lanisha Rolle’s time in the public eye has been, it’s fair to say, a turbulent one.

EDITORIAL: Time to catch up with rest of the world

WHO wants a national televised debate for the next election?