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A Bloody Tragedy

A Bloody Tragedy

The thought contracting a debilitating illness is a scary one that we are positive no one would wish to become a reality. Common ailments such as arthritis, diabetes and hypertension, though serious, are not communicable but are controllable to some degree. In other words, ...

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March 23rd, 2017

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Rotten & Fake Food

Rotten & Fake Food

Mechanisms kicked into gear on Tuesday as news surfaced in the international media about funky Brazilian beef. A huge federal police operation in that country last week found evidence that meat-packers had been selling rotten and substandard meat for several years. The ...

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March 22nd, 2017

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‘Doh Worry, Be Happy’

‘Doh Worry, Be Happy’

School violence has always been an issue, but has become much more prevalent now. Attesting to this fact is the video that circulated over the weekend depicting a female student mercilessly beaten by a mob of other female pupils and left motionless thereafter. What left us ...

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March 21st, 2017

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Are Murder Investigations Prioritised?

Are Murder Investigations Prioritised?

It is without doubt that the discovery of the body of Woman Police Constable, Nyasha Joseph has added another layer to the already dark and seemingly impenetrable  cloak of despair we face with daily killings. It is also evident that our women, regardless of their stature or

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March 20th, 2017

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Stadium, Finally?

Stadium, Finally?

In a few months time the country will have another cricket ground for matches, hopefully international ones as well. That’s the Brian Lara Cricket Academy, also known as the Tarouba Stadium, which has been in the making for over a decade. That facility was supposed to host ...

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March 17th, 2017

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Sportsmanship and Real Life Integrity

Sportsmanship and Real Life Integrity

Sportsmanship is dying. It has been for a long time, and it seems that fatal blows are being struck of late. Worse yet, it’s being reflected in real life. It is easy for an athlete to get caught up in the heat of competition, and act in a questionable manner.  But, more and ...

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March 16th, 2017

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Leaches On The Treasury

Leaches On The Treasury

We’ve been hearing a lot over the past few days about Caribbean Airlines and information revealed from its appearance before a Joint Select Committee of Parliament. While some of it is eye-opening to an extent, we must admit though that we are not shocked to any great ...

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March 15th, 2017

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The political battlefield

The political battlefield

Once again we see prominent issues within the political arena drawing the attention of the wider population and raising concern therein. Two separate matters saw virtual blows traded and defences initiated on either side of the political divide. Ever since the advent of ...

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March 14th, 2017

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The Dissolution Solution for T&T’s Tourism

The Dissolution Solution for T&T’s Tourism

With this country’s dependence on oil and gas for revenue, there have been numerous calls in the past and present for the Government to begin identifying ways to diversify the economy. It’s very much the way to go, given the volatility in the oil and gas sector ...

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March 13th, 2017

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The phenomenon of disappearing children

The phenomenon of disappearing children

It would be very difficult for anyone perusing the news to miss the weekly reports of at least one youngster going missing. In fact, we could not recall any particular week recently when there weren’t multiple reports of children as young as 12 who had vanished, most ...

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March 10th, 2017

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