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EVER since the news broke that Owen Arthur, the former prime minister of Barbados, will be the new Chairman of LIAT, there is an air of expectancy of better times for…

The concern in some quarters about the two-day working visit to Jamaica of US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo is somewhat misplaced.

A caller to a radio talk show programme recently remonstrated against what she felt was “too much negativity” being expressed by those to whom she was listening. She was appealing for what in her view was a greater sense of national unity among our peoples.

Politicians love to promise a better and brighter future. They tend to say little about the day-to-day experience their citizens have of the services they provide.

Five years ago somebody posted photographs on the internet showing a man who looked a lot like Vladimir Putin in photographs from 1920 and 1941. In both shots he was …

WE don’t know where Maurice Tomlinson’s challenge to Jamaica’s sodomy law now stands in the Supreme Court’s docket. However, he, other gay rights activists, and all r…

BACK from a weekend getaway, one’s eyes, engaging different reality, appraise a T&T as if under siege, daily counting casualties. With ears still tuned to the dru…

We are all painfully aware of the climbing murder toll, most of it from criminal violence. The number of murders for 2019 was 538. Challenges of violence have been with us for some time, and we have failed to come up with a clear articulation of its causes and a strategy of prevention.

THE number of women in Trinidad and Tobago who are losing their lives as a consequence of domestic violence seems to be on an upward spiral.


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