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Sunday 21 July 2019
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Editorial

Light of the world

They are small, but their message profound. The clay deyas which will today be lit…

Oil slick disaster

THE PROOF is in the thick sludge coating the waters off Chaguaramas. We have a…

Ash and bone

It is a reminder of the power of fire: homes and bodies reduced to ash…

Unsung heroes

Instead of celebrating the birthday of father-of-five Richard Sandy, his family was on Monday preparing…

After the revenge

The Soca Warriors’ qualification for the 2006 World Cup in Germany may have eased the…

Parents must take charge

The behaviour was inexcusable, but the breakdown of discipline familiar. Just as we thought the…

Social media abuse

By now we have all experienced it. First, you get a ringing notification on your…

Empowering teachers

As we continue to look at the theme selected to celebrate World Teachers’ Day, the…

A first for First Peoples

“All peoples contribute to the diversity and richness of civilisations and cultures, which constitute the…

Healthcare’s pulse

The gains made at the Eric Williams Medical Sciences Complex (EWMSC) in Mt Hope are…

Sport overhaul

The decision to overhaul the Sports Company of Trinidad and Tobago and to replace it…

Over to you, MPs

The continuation of the budget debate today is an opportunity for both the Government and…

Reframing regionalism?

A less than complimentary article in the Wall Street Journal about the value added of…

Celebrating our teachers

Teaching in Freedom, Empowering Teachers is the theme selected by the International Labour Organisation, United…

Aunty Thora’s lesson

What can educator Thora Best teach us? First, the sheer power of resilience. Best was…

Tell us the plan

Wednesday’s consultation exercise on our current circumstances in relation to the economy was commendable to…

To dwell together in unity

Thankfully, I haven’t personally met any Trinidadian who objects to the prospect of this country…