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Wednesday 25 April 2018
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A region battered

By the time this wave of natural disaster is done with our region it will

A major breach

The video footage that circulated this week on social media — of prisoners fighting as

Essentialising difference

The unseemly fight between politicians worldwide who remorselessly exploit matters of race, ethnicity, religion and

Murder. Rob. Repeat

Based on available statistics Dr Claire Broadbridge’s brutal murder brought the murder toll for this

Beetham breakdown

The scenes of chaos and disorder that circulated on social media last week are a

Failing grade for CXC

The recent confusion surrounding the release of the CAPE and CSEC results by the Caribbean

Bad swear-in

When the current Cabinet was sworn in 2015, President Anthony Carmona made an error of

Indo, Afro-Trini

Conclusion In the 1986 general election the vast majority of PNM support continued to come from

Immigration commess

Reports of the rapid deterioration of conditions at the Immigration Detention Centre (IDC) are a

Our 56th year

As the embers fade on yesterday’s Independence Day celebrations we take a moment to reflect

Bad waters

WHATEVER his intention going into Monday’s failed swim from Tobago to Toco, Tobago House of

Sour note

The steel pan is the national instrument of Trinidad and Tobago.

Broadcasting hope

As the nation approaches the annual celebration of Independence Day, no one doubts the strides

TTT’s second coming

We welcome the announcement of a resolution to the long-lingering issue of the fate of

Baby in the Beetham

Not even the most inventive horror novelist could have devised something so grisly: the discovery

The cool-headed,

When I first began working at the Express, my developing reputation as a journalist became

A forgotten history

“GROUNDBREAKING” is how the UK’s Observer newspaper described David Olusoga’s Black and British: A Forgotten

Aripo tragedy

We express condolences to the family of hiker Richard Baird, 55, whose body was found

Grade F for CXC

It is amazing that in this modern age the Caribbean Examinations Council (CXC) is still

Well done, Team TT

TTUTA joins with the rest of the country in saluting our athletes’ performance at the

Juniper rising

THE ANNOUNCEMENT last week by BP Trinidad and Tobago (BPTT) of the first natural gas