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By Drexwell Seymour I know many of us do not like “foreigners” to debate or discuss the political situation of our home country, but ironically, we spend so much time and energy discussing the politics of the United States. With that said and despite our personal opinions and political preferences, I think there are some […]

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(TRINIDAD EXPRESS) — Officers of the Special Investigations Unit have executed a search warrant at Radio Jaagriti for evidence in relation to an alleged audio-visual clip, which aired on Tuesday. Officers, led by Inspector Wayne Stanley, went to the radio station, located at Pasea Main Road, Tunapuna, on Thursday monring with the objective of verifying ...

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By Stephen Cooper Violence can and does occur anywhere at any time to anyone. While our current mass shooting epidemic has thrust this fact of being alive into our daily consciousness, I learned this lesson long ago: First, when I was mugged and stabbed in the early 90s during my freshman year at Tufts university, […]

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Dear Sir: Hamlet’s famous soliloquy in William Shakespeare’s play of the same name nicely captures the political dilemma facing the New Democratic Party (NDP) of St. Vincent and the Grenadines (SVG) which recently saw the rejection of its election petitions launched following the Party’s loss in the December 2015 national election. Now the Party has […]

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(TRINIDAD GUARDIAN) — The Air­ports Au­thor­i­ty (AATT) has an­nounced that the Pi­ar­co In­ter­na­tion­al Air­port has topped the re­gion as the Best Air­port in the Caribbean, as de­clared by the Sky­trax 2019 World Air­port Awards. A state­ment by the AATT said that this is a sig­nif­i­cant achieve­ment as there is a marked im­prove­ment from the 2018 ...

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Dear Sir: Colm Imbert’s announcement last week that the Rowley-led administration had secured, yet again, another billion-dollar loan, this time from the Development Bank of Latin America (CAF), for US$200 million or TT$1.36 billion to improve the country’s road network was yet another (again, another!) clear signal that whilst the date of the next general […]

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Dear Sir: From Cuba in the north to Trinidad and Tobago in the south, North America has masterminded the importation of the intelligent minds from the Caribbean. Many scholars, after attaining their quality education in the Caribbean, have found the attraction to migrate to North America for greener pastures. I have concluded that the design […]

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Press Release:- The Government of Saint Lucia is paying close attention to public financial management with a number of initiatives, including legislative reform. These initiatives come on the heels of the Caribbean Development Bank’s 2018 Country Economic Review, which indicated that public sector debt in Saint Lucia was estimated to be 67.8 percent of GDP at […]

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