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Culture Matters Shades of I-She Mirroring me I’m mother of all civilizations These thighs have nurtured every nation Unsung cocoon of creation I/she/me. … This is the story of warrior and victim Joy and suffering of daughter, of mother Sister, lover I...
VEDAVID MANICK I HAVE NEVER seen TT in a state of uncertainty as it is in these days. The issue of Venezuelan refugees seeking the protection of our shores has genuinely tested us. Many embraced them openly, but others have been quite vocal about protecting our rights as citizens. Permit me to...
THE EDITOR: In a lengthy media response (Newsday, June 16) to my Sunday column (June 9) on the problems at Siparia West Secondary School, the Ministry of Education claimed I was “irresponsible” to paint “a critical image of the education system.” My major point for the...
THE EDITOR: Regardless of perceived enmity between the gangs who call themselves Rastas or Muslims, neither side has deliberately targeted harm to their children. Why should this suddenly happen so close on efforts being made to target Roman Catholic schools? The police need to get a bit more...
A 25-year-old Barataria woman had her cell phone stolen on Thursday afternoon while walking her toddler. Police said the woman was walking with her three-year-old daughter along 10th Avenue Barataria at around 1.10 when a man approached her. He snatched her Samsung S9 cell phone before pushing her...
Seventeen-year-old Aliya Blake is learning the book business well. At 15, Blake published her first book, Cliffhangers, and has been working ever since to promote her self-published work. When Blake was writing the Secondary Entrance Assessment (SEA) she avidly practised writing her stories. She...
THE Prime Minister will deliver the feature address at a term sheet signing ceremony between the National Gas Company and Shell. A statement issued by NGC said the ceremony takes place from 1.30 pm at the Hyatt Regency Hotel in Port of Spain on Monday. Energy Minister Franklin Khan as well as...
THE Solid Waste Management Company Limited (SWMCOL) is looking for a new CEO. The company is seeking to hire a new CEO after Ronald Roach resigned from the post earlier this month. Newsday understands that Roach's last day in office was June 5. He had a 13 year span at the company. Roach's first...
The 11-year-old girl who was shot in Port of Spain on Monday survived after undergoing emergency surgery during the course of the week. The girl’s mother, Carol Andrews, told Newsday the child is now out of critical condition and is speaking with relatives and loved ones while remaining under...
Port of Spain Mayor Joel Martinez this morning reaffirmed his commitment to improving safety and cleanliness in the city's burgesses, as he marked the beginning of Port of Spain's 105th City Day. Speaking with Newsday at the end of the parade at City Hall, Martinez said 105 years as a city was a...

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