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Sunday 15 July 2018
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Dillon's dilemma

"WE want to create a sense of safety and security," National Security Minister Edmund Dillon…

Right step, YTEPP

THE Youth Training and Employment Partnership Programme (YTEPP) is one of a few state entities…

Bagging the plastic

THE INTRODUCTION of a charge for plastic bags at Massy Stores has brought renewed focus…

Mission accomplished

WHEN the 12 boys and their football coach embarked on their trek into the Tham…

Down the silk road

THE BESTOWING of silk on a very small and select group of lawyers last month…

A fierce frustration

ANGER, ANNOYANCE and frustration are a growing reality of everyday life in TT and it…

Flying away

FREQUENT flyers on Caribbean Airlines (CAL) had cause to pause this week when a parliamentary…

High time

SUPPORTERS of marijuana decriminalisation scored a victory this week with the submission of a report…

It’s raining excuses

ANOTHER YEAR, another rainy season, another outbreak of flash flooding and another raft of lame…

Scandalousness

The domestic confusion involving National Security Minister Edmund Dillon, a prime New York apartment and…

A ruling on value

In a quiet ruling last week, the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) in Port of…

TB: no cause for hysteria

THE TUBERCULOSIS (TB) scare at the Siparia Police Station underlines the complex public health challenges…

Clean up this mess

TRINIDAD and Tobago might not be at the World Cup, but we are nonetheless a…

The middling passage

THE MANY kinks that have beset the path of the Galleons Passage from China to…

TTT, episode 2

A ONCE famous brand will be resurrected in a few weeks after more than two…

Unusual by-election heat

THE BELMONT East and Barataria local government by-elections might affect a very small proportion of…

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.…