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THE EDITOR: There is much commentary nationally about devaluing of the TT dollar, amidst reports by the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank. Though merit is given, where due, to these analyses, one must look forward to the solutions that can assist citizens in dealing with a “...
THE EDITOR: Let me start by saying I don’t agree with everything Sat Maharaj has to say on most things. His comments about the people of Tobago and their ways are his views. What I find also a little shocking are the remarks by Minority Leader of the Tobago House of Assembly, Watson Duke,...
THE EDITOR: We tend to get distracted quite easily in TT from the major issues affecting us. Whether we want to admit it or not, cybercrime is the biggest evolving crime in this country and it needs to be immediately addressed by those in authority. In our modern society, the number of people...
Culture Matters “The museum’s archaeological collection had…hundreds of Egyptian artefacts, including a 2,700-year-old painted sarcophagus. It contained audio recordings of indigenous languages, some of which are no longer spoken…and a Chilean mummy that was at least 3,...
EVEN more disturbing than the disclosure of 3,777 teenage pregnancies between 2014 and 2018 is the fact that about half of these pregnancies were cases of statutory rape involving adult men impregnating minors. The figures alone make plain the State’s convoluted child welfare system is not...
  KHADIJA GLASGOW is a creative industry and media professional. She is known in various circles in different capacities, some know her as an actress, dancer and educator. She is also a radio and television producer and presenter and even artistes manager and creative consultant. Glasgow...
COMMISSIONER of Police Gary Griffith says, contrary to "misleading reports", police did not carry out any "raid" of media house Radio Jaagriti, nor was any “heavy-handed approach” used in obtaining a copy of audio/visual material for investigations. A police release yesterday said...
Members of the Central Division Operational Unit are being hailed as heroes after they rescued a 30-year-old woman from being killed by her common-law husband in Enterprise Street, Chaguanas this afternoon. Police said they were on patrol at around 3.15 pm when they received a report of domestic...
  RC priest Fr David Khan is urging citizens to stop discriminating against Venezuelans, but instead humble themselves by doing what is right and help those who are seeking refuge in our country. “We are to become like Simon of Cyrene and help those who carry their crosses. We need to support...
A senior police officer in the Western Division is urging the public to exercise caution as they visit the beaches over the Easter weekend after a family of campers were robbed in Chaguaramas early yesterday. Police said one of the campers was asleep in his Nissan AD Wagon, with the door open,...

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