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Rebel against sex culture

... of Jesus’ arrest in the Garden of Gethsemane and where all of Jesus’ disciples had abandoned him including a young man who when held by the guards had escaped by leaving his clothes in their hands. ...

Hire differently abled persons

... Carmona, patron of the National Centre for Persons with disabilities, is calling on the corporate world to begin employing autistic persons and persons with Down Syndrome among other ...

I hear you

... said he and the PNM hear the demand of citizens for “accountability from your Government.” He stated, “You want transparency in all our actions. You want safety, security and prosperity and ...

Rowley can’t take criticism

... Lee Sing said, adding that had Rowley remained in the Parliament, he ran the embarrassing risk of two incumbent PNM MPs — sidelined to contest seats in the upcoming general elections —voting against ...

Moonilal proud of Vernella

... East MP Vernella Alleyne-Toppin for remarks she made about the Opposition Leader Dr Keith Rowley, last Wednesday in the House of Representatives. “I am very proud of her...she has raised very ...

Daly: Vernella must go

... must demit office over her remarks last Wednesday in the Lower House regarding Opposition Leader Dr Keith Rowley. Daly accused Alleyne-Toppin of trying to stigmatise Rowley in a ...

Woman charged for stabbing sister

... Cross of Vistabella. The woman was remanded in custody and ordered to appear before a San Fernando magistrate tomorrow, given that today is a public holiday in commemoration of Shouter Baptist ...

Kidnapped fisherman released

... after relatives paid a ransom demand. The kidnappers reportedly demanded US$2,000 for the safe return of 24-year-old Anthony Hospedales of Arena Village in Erin. South Western Division ...

Excellent time to tackle scourge of corruption

... before us to begin to end that scourge of corruption that has plagued us for so long. The urgency of now ... is now. We look forward to your robust participation. Kirk Waithe via email

Bankruptcy and $$ for churches

... our country by just agreeing to the demands of the unions. This statement on its own, I can understand as being financially prudent. However what I find rather disturbing is that at Christmas ...

Deal with police wage issue now

... There is absolutely no place for such comments simply for political gain. It is an election season, but not a season to be irresponsible and reckless. Steve Alvarez via email

Karim, Servol honours Fr Gerry Pantin

... Chairman of Servol, in her remarks, described the intervention as follows “an angel came to us in the form of Minister Karim.” The features of the new Life Centre will include capacity ...

Arima firemen cry out for help

... wondering just how long they have to remain at their cramped location in the industrial estate before their fire station is refurbished and passed fit for them to return. A fireman who asked ...

Syphilis a danger in TT

... all. He said syphilis and other STIs remained a clear and present danger to the people of Trinidad and Tobago. Browne called on Health Minister Dr Fuad Khan, during a sitting of the Parliament ...

St Mary’s win Dragon Boat Open race

... School “Dragons” dominated the All-Female category, with Bishop’s B prevailing over Bishop’s A. The Mixed category went to the Trinity College/St Joseph’s Convent PoS combined squad, with ...

Merry Boys, Parkites pickup Premiership wins

... other ideas, crippling Esmeralda with remarkable figures of five wickets for six runs that saw them skittled for 145. Summarised Scores: At Enterprise MERRY BOYS 315/7 dec and 181 all ...

Call for Baptist unity

... Clarke, the religion has remained largely confined to people of the working-class strata. For people who become socially mobile and move into the middle class, he said, the religion ...


... year 2008, cash in bank was again problematic, with an un-reconciled difference of about $400,000 in the reconciliation statement and a difference of $1.9 million in the balance sheet. Fixed assets ...

Female apprentice makes her racing debut

... goal of becoming a professional female horseback rider for Trinidad and Tobago. Rodrigo had a nice break as the horses bolted out the gates but she faded as the race progressed. Speaking to ...

Archbishop Harris: Name-calling defining TT politics

... isle. Harris said Alleyne-Toppin’s remarks were symptomatic of the “name-calling” which he feels has come to define local politics. “As I have said, I am appalled not only by what the minister ...

Gray-Burke: Baptists’ struggle a work in progress

... Gray-Burke made no apologies for her remarks in the Upper House on Tuesday, in which she criticised the PNM for its failure to uplift the Baptist community. She recalled the late Archbishop ...

Ex sugar workers told to settle VSEP issues before May 24

... rhetoric and advised that they must demand that they be given, before May 24, all items that formed part of their Voluntary Separation of Employment Plan (VSEP) as promised some 11 years ago ...

Ahmed acts as President

... the country yesterday with his wife Reema and children to spend Easter holidays in the Bahamas. A release from the Office of the President, said Carmona will return on April 10. The release ...

Not off the hook

... facet of this matter: her scandalous remarks suggesting that Dr Rowley, was bombastic and arrogant as a result of resentments due to being born as a result of an alleged rape. This is what is ...

Manifesto or rumours?

... This life-and-death problem demands special treatment. Last week’s front-page picture of Ms Jennifer de Lima’s battered face tells the frightening story (Newsday, March, 22). With platform ...

A state of siege

... Would soldier have fought policeman in the streets? We can dismiss no disastrous scenario when a paramilitary force takes command of a country, which is what the police — I should say some ...

Of dog, kyat and grace

... from within the PNM, declared the remark inappropriate, but the faithful soon fell in with Rowley, claiming it carried no offensive meaning. I would not insult Keith Rowley by accepting that ...

A lesson in policing

... action in dealing with it. It’s remarkable to see that in 2013, the TTPS brought the current New York City Police Commissioner, William Bratton to lecture our society on the importance of ...

Love, cats, Calcutta and, now, rape

... distractions from the issues. In a remarkable act of doublespeak, apologists for Opposition Leader Dr Keith have defended the indefensible, disgusting political platform banter which made ...

It’s better to arrive than just to travel

... I’m not necessarily saying that’s the female half, although there is compelling evidence to support that assertion, not least in my own household. Anyway, this woman’s earnest performance was ...

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