EDITORIAL: Where is the police transparency?

WHAT is going on in the Royal Bahamas Police Force?

EDITORIAL: The high price you risk for breaking quarantine

IF people weren’t taking the risks involved with breaking quarantine seriously beforehand, then yesterday’s introduction of a hefty possible punishment ought to focus the mind.

EDITORIAL: No letting up on emergency measures now

Another month of emergency measures.

EDITORIAL: Healthcare system straining at the seams

YESTERDAY was a tragic day in the battle against COVID-19.

EDITORIAL: Nygard case goes to the heart of how our nation is run

THE priority of the nation is understandably the battle against the COVID-19 pandemic right now – but the allegations that continue to unfold against Peter Nygard should not be overlooked.

EDITORIAL: The good and the bad for new commissioner

IT it is only three weeks since Paul Rolle became Commissioner of Police – though that feels like three months in lockdown time - but yesterday saw mixed signs of what to expect under his leadership.

EDITORIAL: How business owners can show their patriotism

WHERE is your heart? Where is your compassion? Do you have a soul?

EDITORIAL: The manmade disaster of BPL

WE have had our share of disasters already in The Bahamas – but a manmade one lies in wait just ahead.

EDITORIAL: This is no time for union squabbles

WHEN Prime Minister Dr Hubert Minnis sounded the call for members of the medical profession to come to the front line of the battle against COVID-19, it seems he could hardly have met with a less enthusiastic response.

EDITORIAL: Choosing the right solution

TWO futures to choose from – but which path will we take?

EDITORIAL: It’s time for the doctors to show up, too

AS Prime Minister Dr Hubert Minnis gave his national address yesterday on the latest state of the battle against coronavirus, there was one note that sounded odd.

EDITORIAL: We must adapt to survive

WHEN something is not working as you planned, there are two things you can do.

EDITORIAL: It’s going to be a long week

WHEN the country shuts down again on Wednesday, through the Easter Weekend until it returns to 24-hour curfew status on Tuesday morning, it will be an experience few of us will have experienced.

EDITORIAL: A Bahamas for Bahamians

IT’S hard to imagine just now – but picture what life will be like when this current crisis is over.

EDITORIAL: Where's the firm 'no' we gave to the Braemar?

YOU would be forgiven if you were not comforted by the words of Renward Wells MP with regard to cruise ships.