Thousands of commuters, who leave San Fernando every single day, are tortured from Mon Repos to the Sir Solomon Hochoy Highway.

Is there no one responsible for traffic management? You simply cannot have two lanes from south and two lanes from Marabella blend into one lane at the South Park roundabout, then be joined by an unofficial two lanes of short cutters from Michael Rahael Boulevard.

Further, the right turn into the overpass for buses from the north is abused by bold-faced taxi drivers, because there’s never a traffic warden. Result: even otherwise decent people become rushing beasts to get in the single lane.

Please remove part of the concrete pavements and widen the road.

Michael Redhead



The Darryl Smith report, published exclusively in the Sunday Express over the past two weeks, has blown the lid on the Government’s cover-up of the deeply disturbing pay-off to the personal secretary of former sports minister Darryl Smith.

Now that Trinbagonians have already successfully completed their “shopping mayhem” per “Black Friday Sale: Back to Black savings with huge Discounts,” “Black Friday super sale,” “Black Friday 3-Day Sale,” “Black Fry–Day Deals,

I had, had it and then some. Here was yet another, what I call armchair expert in mental health, telling me that by abstaining from the local government election because of the vagueness and bias of two intersecting pieces of legislation: The Mental Health Act and the Municipal Corporations Act, I was perpetuating the stigma associated with the mentally ill.

Advent is about waiting in joyful hope. Visiting the prison during this time has opened the season’s mystery in new and exciting ways.

Police Commissioner Gary Griffith continues to blame lawyers for doing their jobs. In every criminal matter in court there is a prosecutor who may be a police prosecutor or an attorney from the Director of Public Prosecutions’ office.

Into the valley of death rode the 500! If the statistics are accurate, the death rate in T&T will continue to climb as we near the end of 2019. Five hundred lives already lost to homicide – whether it is by gun violence, domestic violence, or robberies.