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Sunday 17 November 2019
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Let’s find Wylie

THE ALLEGATIONS contained in the claims of Cambridge Analytica whistleblower Christopher Wylie are serious and…

Checks and balances

Andrew Johnson, Bill Clinton, Richard Nixon, and now Donald Trump. He joins the list of…

Election love-up

THE GOOD cheer shown by competing candidates who on Monday participated in the nomination day…

The race is on

The sea of flags and brightly-coloured party paraphernalia as well as the charged speeches that…

More views needed on new bill

The Miscellaneous Provisions (Law Enforcement Officers) Bill, 2019 seeks to bring some needed course correction…

Ultra care

THE WRECKAGE told its own tale. Left behind after Thursday’s rush-hour accident along the Priority…

Not a right fit

WE PRAISE the position taken by Anglican Bishop Claude Berkley who apologised unequivocally for a…

Death in custody

FOR THE great French theorist Michel Foucault, the prison represents a preeminent expression of state…

Everyday pandemonium

A WEEK that began with panic buying caused by rumours of a gas shortage ended…

Nothing but hot air

RUMOURS of a dire gas shortage on Tuesday turned out to be nothing but hot…

Push the envelope

THE POSTAL corporation (TTPost) needs to push the envelope when it comes to its business…

Chinatown comes downtown

THE RAISING of an arch designating Charlotte Street Chinatown has stirred strong emotions. Instead of…

Welcome improvement

THE OPENING of an elevated section of road at Mosquito Creek is a welcome improvement…

Bernard’s last wish

FORMER Chief Justice Clinton Bernard, who has died at age 89, lived at least to…

Stop the noise

EVER SINCE the Government announced the OWTU was the preferred bidder for Petrotrin refinery assets,…

Shining bright

TODAY, ahead of the long weekend in which Divali is commemorated this year, we share…

Back to the drawing board

ANOTHER disappointing disclosure which emerged during the Parliament’s consideration of the fine print of budget…

A dream deferred?

AFTER two decades, three governments, and the expenditure of millions, the long-awaited National Oncology Centre…

Don’t trivialise threats

THE ISSUE of threats directed at high-ranking politicians, including Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley, may…

The affordable home dilemma

According to Minister of Finance Colm Imbert, a budget allocation for private-public housing construction partnerships…

Parang the right house

The enthusiasm of the Commissioner of Police to continue his interventions into organisations and facilities…

Feeding local appetite

THE BUDGET’s proposal to remove taxation from the agriculture sector has triggered a robust debate…

Measuring poverty

YESTERDAY’S commemoration of the International Day for the Eradication of Poverty came at a crucial…