Curepe Flyover Cost

The sod has been turned for the start of construction on the new Curepe Interchange, which is expected to lessen the burden somewhat on...

Safeguarding our Marijuana

While it seems inevitable that prohibitions on marijuana will be lifted soon in Trinidad and Tobago as it has been removed in several Caribbean...

We Are All Guilty Of National Disgrace

We have to agree with recent letter writers regarding the dilapidated, decaying state, and untidiness of our twin islands. Trinidad and Tobago is increasingly...

Time For A Second Look At Our Laws

This is a call for this country’s lawmakers to seriously and diligently review ALL of our laws, and ensure a level of equityand plain...

When Will The Senseless Blame Game End?

Our political tit-for-tat knows no end. Citizens are left rolling their eyes time and time again when both the Government and Opposition play the...

The State’s Direct Contribution Gang Prosperity

We have always maintained that known gang leaders and gang members should be referred to as, and nothing else, but criminals, full stop. Over...

Comm. Griffith’s Unbelievable Job

There's no doubt that the recent actions of the police led by Commissioner Gary Griffith have been agitating the leaders of the underworld here...

With Whom Should UNC Join? By Dr Kumar Mahabir 

There is much discussion on whether the Opposition United National Congress (UNC) should contest the next general elections alone or join with others in...

Weed Legislation

You may have heard it by a lot of different names, pot, joint, Mary Jane, 4/20, weed, ganja, grass, Kush, cannabis. It is marijuana. There...
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Trending Articles

Commission of Enquiry launched into San’do-Pt Fortin Highway land acquisition

A Commission of Enquiry has been appointed to probe what Government is calling the unjustifiable valuation of land for the San Fernando to Point...

Minister: Enforcement of road laws has nothing to do with collecting more revenue

The roll out of the Motor Vehicle and Road Traffic Act has nothing to do with collecting more revenue. Already 1300 motorists have been charged...

Two bandits held after robbing fruit vendor

Two bandits were arrested after robbing a fruit vendor at gunpoint in La Romaine. According to reports, they walked up to the seller around 11am...

Rain forecast for tomorrow morning

The MET Service is urging citizens to be prepared for rain tomorrow. It says periods of showers and thunderstorms associated with the next tropical wave...
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