Editorial

A WORLD CUP TO REMEMBER

A WORLD CUP TO REMEMBER

The biggest spectacle in football ended on Sunday, with the much-fancied France taking home the coveted title of World Cup Champions, their second after their maiden victory 20 years ago. Writing his name into the record books was 19-year-old Kyliann Mbappe, only the second ...

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July 17th, 2018

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Is The PM Ready To Tackle Crime?

Is The PM Ready To Tackle Crime?

It’s not very often that we get the opportunity to agree with politicians, especially those who are in charge of ours and the nation’s affairs. But today we get to chance to say that Dr. Keith Rowley was on the right track when he said that the decriminalising of

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July 16th, 2018

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Imminent Rate Increases: Justified or Not?

Imminent Rate Increases: Justified or Not?

Whether we like it or not, we know that new rates for our water supply and electricity usage are on the cards. For years these companies have been operating with financial constraints, and no doubt, their long overdue rate increases will help bring fiscal life back into ...

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July 13th, 2018

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Dear T&T Police Service – Don’t Insult Our Intelligence

Dear T&T Police Service – Don’t Insult Our Intelligence

Shame on you TTPS! The Police Service has issued the most disappointing response to a very pertinent public concern. By now, most would know about the recent incident in which the son of Finance Minister Colm Imbert was robbed. The 25 year old was accosted by bandits, who ...

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July 12th, 2018

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UTTER GARBAGE

UTTER GARBAGE

Anyone who hasn’t been too distracted by our ‘beyond ridiculous’ crime scourge may have noticed a recent upsurge of another sort recently. It’s not a bad thing this time but one that may add some sanity to a world that seems to have gone absolutely ...

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July 11th, 2018

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PERCEIVED JUSTICE FOR THE ELITE FEW

PERCEIVED JUSTICE FOR THE ELITE FEW

The public usually takes some degree of solace when swift police action is meted out from the otherwise inactive, crippled, mundane and seemingly non-existent crime fighters in this country. Usually, but not always. Not when a battalion of policing efforts only results when ...

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July 10th, 2018

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THE TRANSPORT MINISTRY STRIKES AGAIN

THE TRANSPORT MINISTRY STRIKES AGAIN

Much ado about nothing. Or so it seems now, after the Transport Minister last week announced the moratorium on the clampdown on motor vehicle inspections in this country. Confused and concerned are two words to describe how we are feeling after receiving these mixed signals ...

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July 9th, 2018

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The Positive Side Of S.E.A.

The Positive Side Of S.E.A.

We give a tip of the hat today to the primary schools that have achieved success with their SEA student this year, as over 19 thousand youngsters wrote the exam, which is the stepping stone into secondary school and beyond. Their life in primary school really shapes their ...

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July 6th, 2018

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Our Child Turns 25!

Our Child Turns 25!

25 years. A quarter of a century. That’s how old 103FM is today. And it is a great feat that has been accomplished by any stretch of the imagination, given the odds that were against this Station from infancy. The majority of our audience over the age of 35 or so, may ...

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July 5th, 2018

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Lessons from the Japanese

Lessons from the Japanese

Some people just aren’t interested in the World Cup. After all the Soca Warriors aren’t there, so why bother to follow it? Football fans would heartily disagree for obvious reasons. It is after all the most prestigious of all footballing prizes, and features some of the best

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July 4th, 2018

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