Chuck Gordon

Chuck Gordon

Calypsonians should maintain their status as the only true opposition of any ruling government. That is the strong stance adopted by Trinbago Unified Calypsonians’ Organisation (TUCO) president Brother Resistance (Lutalo Masimba) in the face of renewed national discourse surrounding this country’s sedition law.

The Sedition Act, establish during colonial rule, was thrust into the national psyche after former Public Services Association (PSA) president Watson Duke was arrested by police for an alleged breech of the Sedition Act. Duke told Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley, via a television interview, to “hush yuh stink mouth” after Rowley questioned the productivity of public sector employees.

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GLOBAL technology giant Huawei has donated over $13 million (US$2 million) in equipment for a state-of-the-art innovation lab at UWI, St Augustine, that could see T&T-designed tech products emerging on the world stage.

WITH a high prevalence rate, cancer may not only be the enemy among us. For many, it can best be described as the enemy within, like an insidious predator wreaking havoc, sometimes unbeknownst to its victims, until, at last, it’s too late. In 2013, the Express interviewed gynaecological oncology surgeon Dr Vanessa Harry who raised an alarm about the prevalence of gynaecological cancers — and most specifically cervical cancer.

Erphaan Alves is like a good seasoning salt. He seems to be everywhere and adds a unique flavour to every project he touches. Food metaphors aside—after all it is Trinidad and Tobago Restaurant Week—the “Overdue” singer is having a great 2019.

Satellite and online radio are rapidly growing in popularity, providing those wishing to engage in niche broadcasting an affordable, easy to manoeuvre platform. People interested in specific programming also have a vast menu of music, talk and more to choose from online.