Incompetence, Tolerated Slackness Or Corruption?
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Incompetence, Tolerated Slackness Or Corruption?

Incompetence, Tolerated Slackness Or Corruption?

It was interesting to hear Catholic Archbishop, Joseph Harris call on all citizens to do some self-introspection saying “too often we put blame on others, including government, when things don’t go as planned”. Each of us says the Archbishop, should strive to be good ...

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May 11th, 2017

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Errors In Education That Needs To Be Fixed

Errors In Education That Needs To Be Fixed

It may seem like we’re training our guns towards one particular entity in recent weeks. Our sole focus though, is addressing the issues and today we are forced to highlight another matter that falls under the purview of Ministry of Education, which came to the fore last ...

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May 10th, 2017

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“Water in the Brandy”

“Water in the Brandy”

The consensus seems to be that the Judicial and Legal Services Commission made a grave error wth the appointment as a Judge of former Chief Magistrate Marcia Ayers-Caesar, without anyone first checking her suitability, or her outstanding magisterial matters. This has led to ...

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May 9th, 2017

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Pelting toilet paper is not allowed in Parliament

Pelting toilet paper is not allowed in Parliament

One is supposedly bright, but alas….talks too much. The other has proven over the years to be quite the opposite! And unfortunately, both have the luxury of venting their “strengths” and boring the world…in the crimefree  comfort of the Trinidad and Tobago Parliament. Is the

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May 8th, 2017

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Keep It Ministerial

Keep It Ministerial

Whether or not certain people recognize the importance of their position and take their job seriously is a topic that will always be up for debate. Even more so when these individuals are public figures and their demeanor reflects on or affects the wider population in one ...

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May 5th, 2017

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Sea Lots Walkover

Sea Lots Walkover

The long-awaited construction of a walkover for the Beetham Highway has begun, years after an accident which killed a mother and her two children in the Sea Lots district. To say it’s been a long wait would be an understatement, not only due to that unfortunate accident, but

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May 4th, 2017

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SEA preparations

SEA preparations

We’re just a day away from this year’s Secondary Entrance Assessment examinations, where over 18 thousand standard five students put forward their very best, from the knowledge they’ve gained in the preceding years. It’s not a small deal, as these students and their parents ...

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May 3rd, 2017

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Tax countdown

Tax countdown

The highly contentious proposed Property Tax is causing uproar and apprehension amongst the wider population, especially in this time of recession where there is a dire need for prudent money management. Several petitions are circulating online, advocating to “axe the ...

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May 2nd, 2017

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”To Err Is Human, To Forgive Divine”

”To Err Is Human, To Forgive Divine”

The expectation of poor decision making and an ensuing scandal has become the norm surrounding some local politicians. We have also had our fill of intrigue and a belly-full of laughter at times to see other members of the public or even celebrities making outrageous ...

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May 1st, 2017

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An Oil Price No One Wants To Pay

An Oil Price No One Wants To Pay

Yesterday, we touched on a pertinent environmental issue: bush fires and the extent of their impact. The place that environmental issues occupy in the hierarchy of our national priorities remains questionable, as we delve into another matter today. Most recently, an oil ...

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April 28th, 2017

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