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THE EDITOR: Instead of complaining about Mayor Coudray joining the UNC, the COP should be happy that one of their own has the ability to go up for such a position. They should not consider the act as poaching as the Government is a coalition and is supposed to be geared to doing things as a team.
THE EDITOR: Many TCL union members are projecting an image of unprofessionalism. They are loud, disorganised, wild, openly hostile, willing to carry out stupid and even dangerous acts. Who would want to hire them, more so pay them increased wages? TCL workers should dump their unprofessional image. They gain no negotiating strength by acting like (...)
THE EDITOR: These acts of vandalism and violence at TCL are unacceptable. I endorse the managementís decision and make an appeal to the unionists to do some serious introspection.
THE EDITOR: Say what you want, do what you want, at least Gypsy was honest in his statement to the obscene protester. We all knew all along that members of the UNC and the PNM think alike and act alike.
THE EDITOR: As a citizen of Trinidad and Tobago, I have developed a serious apprehension for the health care or services of our country, mainly because of past negative experiences and of course all the misdiagnosis and malpractice incidents published ever so often. However, I must take time to commend the staff at the Macoya Health Centre for th(...)
THE EDITOR: On the evening of March 20, my husband and I brought our two-year-old to an Arima diagnostic facility to have a foreign object removed from his nose.
THE EDITOR: Yesterday while driving, I saw something I had never seen before, a manicou at rest. Not dead, not hanging up from someoneís van at the side of the road, not a blur running for its life.
THE EDITOR: Attention Minister of Works and Infrastructure. As a regular commuter on the Eastern Main Road from Arima to San Juan, I plead with you to properly repair this major roadway.
THE EDITOR: Why are my taxes being paid to workers at the San Juan/ Laventille Regional (SLRC) Corporation for just sitting around watching the clock to know when to go home?
People who are willing to adopt a pet often specify that it must be a puppy or a kitten or, at best, a fairly young dog or cat, as they fear that an older animal will not settle into its new home.
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