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Dear Sir: Exactly what did you expect?  Peace and harmony in our communities?  Even now, with escalating crime, and an uncertain economic future, many are still standing firm in support of their party simply because they may be representative of their race, sect or religion.  The media is now very concerned that we are facing […]
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Dear Sir: Trinbagonians have become so conceited and deceptive that they are now victims of their own conceit and are wondering why the country is in such a despicable state, where no one is safe with the run away crime rate, while politicians continue making a mockery of our democracy.  Some days ago, Raymond Choo […]
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Press Release:- On Thursday, 25th July, 2019, Daren Sammy Foundation (DSF) held a special award ceremony where fifteen (15) Saint Lucian students were presented with scholarships for the upcoming school year 2019/2020.  The total value of these scholarships was $28,000 Eastern Caribbean Dollars. The  Daren Sammy Foundation award scholarships are given every year to hardworking students from […]

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Dear Sir: Prime Minister Keith Rowley cannot escape by hiding behind the words of Queens Counsel Howard Stevens, whose opinion is not worth the paper it is written on. How unfortunate it is that a Queens Counsel could write a 20 page opinion in advising the prime minister and not refer once to the most […]
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Dear Sir: Citizens of Trinidad and Tobago would continue to lose confidence in the judiciary unless prime minister Dr Keith Rowley act decisively on the serious allegations against Chief Justice Ivor Archie. There are persistent reports of sharp conflicts in the judiciary while the country’s most senior judicial officer remains under a dark cloud pertaining […]
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Sky News:–  A yellow weather warning for thunderstorms has been issued by the Met Office, after half a month’s worth of rain fell in 24 hours. Fears of more floods were raised as forecasters issued 33 flood warnings where flooding is “expected” and 28 flood alerts where flooding is “possible” in the early hours of […]

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Antigua Observer:- A social media firestorm erupted from the suggestion made by Minister of Health, Molwyn Joseph during a Parliamentary session on Tuesday, to ban the popular Toyota Vitz, but the Prime Minister took to Facebook to publicly state that there will be no banning of the vehicle. Prime Minister Gaston Browne responded on both his […]

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Sky News:- A six-year-old boy was among three people killed after a gunman opened fire at a food festival in California. Steven Romero had been visiting the garlic festival in the city of Gilroy with his mother and grandmother when he was shot and killed, according to NBC Bay Area. Another 15 people were injured in the […]

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Press Release:- The Public is hereby notified that in keeping with changes in international oil prices and Government’s application of the modified market pass-through petroleum pricing mechanism, the retail price of gasoline and kerosene remains unchanged. The retail price of diesel, LPG 20, 22 and 100 lb cylinders has changed. The price changes take effect from […]

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