Between Covid-19 and the warring surrounding the Trini­dad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA), the biggest loser is the beautiful game of football.

While the thousands for whom the sport is a source of joy ­remain under Covid-19 lockdown, its national administrators are wrangling among themselves and with FIFA, the governing body for the pyramid of football organisations linked to the World Cup competition.

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WITH the re-opening of schools across the country ­after an extended period of no classroom teaching, the provision of meals for needy children simply adds to the cha…

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Left to work magic with an estimated $15 billion Covid-related financial hole, Finance Minister Colm Imbert may settle for keeping the engine of the economy running w…

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The average person would be confused by the different outcomes in the disciplinary and criminal investigations involving Acting Police Commissioner Irwin Hackshaw bas…

Guyana’s memories of its violent past of racial violence are recent enough to underscore the need for an early and urgent intervention following the recent horrific k…

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AT around this time two years ago, one of the country’s leading psychologists had provided a perspective that Trinidad and Tobago was ranked third among countries in …

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The developing confrontation between the Prime Minister and the Commissioner of Police has the potential to sweep the nation into treacherous waters if not immediately addressed.

With Covid-19 tightening its hold, the Government seriously needs to reconsider its strategy for securing ­public co-operation and compliance in the fight against the coronavirus.

IN a cheeky shout-out to his counterpart in St Lucia, Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley said to Mr Allen Chastanet “take that!”

He was referring, in a moment of national pride and exuberance, to the result in the final game of the successfully conducted Hero Caribbean Premier League (CPL) T20 cricket tournament here in Trinidad and Tobago.

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No matter how he slices and dices the facts, Police Commissioner Gary Griffith and his officers cannot escape the charge of selective and discriminatory policing based on the privileges of income and colour. Commissioner Griffith will have to do more than plead dubious law if he is to convince the population otherwise. The same goes for the Minister of Health, Terrence Deyalsingh.


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