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Saturday 23 June 2018
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An expensive post

AMA CHARLES must now raise $94,652 to pay damages and legal costs after she was…

Labour deja vu

LABOUR DAY was observed on Tuesday with the usual sabre-rattling and marching through the streets…

Wanted: A border policy

TODAY’S observance of World Refugee Day comes as borders are being re-drawn all over the…

Big leap for construction

THE ANNOUNCEMENT of a new online portal designed to streamline applications for construction permits is…

Work and the World Cup

On Thursday, Stephanie Fingal of the Employers’ Consultative Association warned that “Work has to go…

SporTT blight

LAST WEEK’S removal of Dinath Ramnarine as the chairman of the Sports Company of TT…

Harmony indiversity

RACE and religion have been at the forefront of public discourse particularly in recent weeks.…

After the show of force

AMID CONCERNS over a threat of escalated gang violence in Port-of-Spain, National Security Minister Edmund…

Faiths gone too far

ON MONDAY, a group of religious leaders came out against not only gay marriage but…

Deal or no deal

DEAL OR no deal, today’s (last night) meeting between Donald Trump and Kim Jong-un should…

Era of the land grabbers

LAST week, Minister of Agriculture, Lands and Fisheries Clarence Rambharat had land management issues on…

In search of a CoP

With the Government’s rejection of acting Deputy Commissioner of Police (DCP) Deodat Dulalchan, another humiliating…

A welcome appointment

TRINIDAD and Tobago national Prof Rhoda Reddock has been appointed to the United Nations’ Committee…

Gang menace

MURDERS in Diego Martin, Belmont, Sea Lots and Laventille in the last two weeks have…

Guatemala’s Fuego

THE ERUPTION of the Fuego volcano in Guatemala on Sunday killed at least 75 people.…

Bittersweet gold

THE FINAL ruling of the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) on Jamaican sprinter Nesta…

The 2 per cent

ATTORNEY GENERAL Faris Al Rawi recently gave some startling statistics in the Senate. From the…

Working out holidays

BUSINESSMAN Gerald Aboud’s social media comments relating to the Indian Arrival Day and Corpus Christi…

The modern slavery

THE THEATRICAL run of the local film Moving Parts has brought back into focus one…

Wallerfield woes

There were two accidents over the weekend at the Wallerfield race course with one ending…

An immigration story

IT IS EASY to romanticise the journey – which we commemorate today – made centuries…

Realistic expectations

THE PROCLAMATION of the anti-gang legislation has raised great expectations. But it is time we…

The hijab test

SAT MAHARAJ’S decision to ban an on-the-job trainee from the premises of the Sanatan Dharma…

Barbados chooses Mia

MIA MOTTLEY’S election as the first female prime minister of Barbados entrenches the tradition of…

Strange sentence

WHATEVER lies behind the handing down of a $17,000 fine for a $1.56 million cocaine…