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...adding value to the beansShastri BoodanPublished: Saturday, June 16, 2018After 26 years in the cocoa business, Harryman “Clutch” Chattergoon has put his best foot forward and decided to tackle the local market with four products that add value to the locally grown beans. Chattergoon made...
Published: Saturday, June 16, 2018Chacachacare Island will be the Labour Day destination of a family hike organised by Island Hikers on the Tuesday holiday. Rated an easy two in terms of difficulty, hikers are requested to assemble at 7 am at KFC Carpark, Westmall for the boarding of the...
Published: Saturday, June 16, 2018With all that we are hearing being spent on the problem of the ever-growing crime situation in T&T, the results are far below par. Our crime epidemic continues to get worse and is expanding to all parts of our country, even our religious houses. Areas that...
Published: Saturday, June 16, 2018We regularly have marches by concerned citizens protesting the rise in crime and criminality throughout the country. They never appear to be biased regarding political affiliation, religion or race. Just normal citizens democratically expressing disappointment...
Published: Saturday, June 16, 2018There has been public disquiet and a brouhaha about high public offices and pressing social matters within recent months—most notably the selection and approval of a Commissioner of Police and Deputy Commissioner of Police. The Government has exercised the...
Published: Saturday, June 16, 2018I read where members of the local television industry are hoping that the Trinidad & Tobago Telecommunications Authority will “put a hand” to help save the FTA (free to air) television industry, citing the number of streaming boxes as the main culprit. The...
Published: Saturday, June 16, 2018For the past two weeks, the word EXPECTATION in relation to crime has been playing in my head. When or wherever in T&T there is an upsurge in crime, mainly murders, the police divisional heads say to the public we have increased patrols in the areas....
Gail AlexanderPublished: Saturday, June 16, 2018Public Administration Minister Marlene McDonald is up and about after a bout of hypoglycemia on Thursday and will be back on the job today attending a function. McDonald said she suffered a bout of low blood sugar because she hadn’t eaten...
Rhondor DowlatPublished: Saturday, June 16, 2018Parents, teachers and students of the Success Laventille Secondary School paid tribute to their murdered schoolmate Joshua James with a silent protest on Thursday afternoon. The demonstration took place at around 2 pm on the Eastern Main Road,...
Sascha WilsonPublished: Saturday, June 16, 2018Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley yesterday advised people with concerns that the Carnival terror plot had been fabricated to take up that issue with the government of Jordan. He said so during the Eid-ul-Fitr celebrations at the San Fernando Jama...

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