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THE EDITOR: It is not too much of a stretch of truth to describe many of the roads in Trinidad as, asphalt wrapped around potholes. The true loss of money in our economy through having roads in a serious state of disrepair, caused by continuous neglect, is beyond most people’s ability to...
THE EDITOR: I am taken aback by fellow Tobagonian Reginald Dumas when he claimed that in his many years, he never heard talk of Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley being named in various allegations. This was in response to allegations made by Dr Roodal Moonilal during his contribution to the budget...
THE EDITOR: I am glad special education was highlighted and given much deserved attention at an education consultation I attended earlier this week. I hope the concerns and suggestions raised by many people will not fall on deaf ears but will be taken seriously and become policy. Many promises...
The Education Facilities Company Ltd (EFCL), which was responsible for the construction of the Scarborough RC School, is to coat the tiles there with a non-slip finish to prevent future incidents of slipping. On October 8 the THA Division of Education, Innovation and Energy issued a release saying...
THE EDITOR: Does belonging to a religious organisation automatically save members from perpetrating domestic violence and murder? Alleged infidelity in T&T can come at the lofty price of human life. We must continually return to the observation that men and women in this country would rather...
AN injunction which restrained state-owned Petrotrin from terminating its workers has been discharged. In an oral ruling, Chief Justice Ivor Archie and Justices of Appeal Allan Mendonca and Andre des Vignes late last night discharged the injunction granted to the Oilfield Workers’ Trade...
An open-air discussion over the state of security at the University of the West Indies (UWI) St Augustine campus descended into chaos this afternoon. Two students were detained as they and others tried to block the campus' south gate to get the attention of administrative officials. [caption id="...
JOAN RAMPERSAD Former politician Nafeesa Mohammed lamented the introduction of the Wahabi movement in this country in the 1970, saying that is changed the traditional values of the Muslim way of life in TT. She was at the time speaking on the cultural and historical experience of the Muslim...
Minister of National Security Stuart Young tonight appealed to prison officers to not walk off the job as they have threatened, after the brutal death of their colleague Darren Francis. Francis was shot dead at his home in Princes Town this morning. Angered by the murder of a second officer in...
Acting Commissioner of Prisons Dane Clarke said while there was some tension and unease among prison officers, he was pleased to report that there was full attendance of staff at the nation's prisons this morning. He said there were resources in place to treat with low staff turnout. In an...

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