Much has happened since April 2018 when, in response to media reports of sexual misconduct allegations against former sport minister Darryl Smith, Government spokespeople claimed no knowledge, limited knowledge or “nothing untoward”.
One of the joys of being a T&T citizen is the fact that we have learned over the years to embrace and respect the rich diversity of our people who have come to T&T from many parts of the world—not as empty vessels, but with their different cultures, traditions, religions, languages and so on. This diversity is a source of strength.
THE blight surrounding the compilation and publication of the Foundational History text on Trinidad and Tobago continues, with the discovery of wrong page insertions and numbering in a chapter written by eminent historian Dr James Millette.
Haiti is in turmoil again. This time the countries of Caricom cannot be criticised for inaction, but questions must be asked about others in the hemispheric community who have been silent about the political and humanitarian situation in the country.
Now that the Hero Caribbean Premier League (CPL) cricket tournament has come to an exciting conclusion with the Barbados Tridents taking the trophy and claiming supremacy, it is time to look closely the performance our local Trinbago Knight Riders (TKR).
I have read and listened to Prime Minister Keith Rowley and Public Utilities Minister Robert Le Hunte responding to talk of an increase in WASA rates of 35 per cent, and referring to it as “fake news” and United National Congress propaganda designed to hurt the Government.
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Research via the Heritage Library at NALIS indicates “that although organisations such as Pan Trinbago and the National Steel Orchestra were established through Acts of Parliament (see link to the Hansard record
AS someone who frequents Lady Chancellor Hill for evening workouts on weekends I always wondered about the rowdy goings-on in the mountainous structure located on the final bend.
Wasn’t it enough that there was public outrage against the infamous Bayshore barrier last year? The barrier was subsequently removed when media coverage revealed that it was being closed without official permission from the Diego Martin Regional Corporation (DMRC).
Here we go again, trying to turn this small democratic country laden with policemen into a war zone, by bringing armoured vehicles. These vehicles were invented to be used by the military in areas of war.