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The UWI mourns President Moise

The assassination of President Jovenel Moïse of Haiti is the latest dramatic reflection of the culture of murderous political violence that has typified the...

Understanding athletes’ struggles

World Athletics, formerly IAAF, has announced that more female African athletes are banned from the 400m-1500m events. They are: Christine Mboma of Namibia, Beatrice...

Lockdown not the answer

When we lockdown, the rich get richer and the poor get poorer. Professor Senetra Gupta from Oxford University said that lockdowns are very nationalistic....

Questionable travel policies

Last year, I sent in seven emails to the Ministry of National Security for an exemption to leave Trinidad. I got no response. Former...

Effects of vaccine politics

Some citizens who have never travelled out of Trinidad a day in their life are all of a sudden worried that Sinopharm is not...

Politicians are servants, not lords

It is easy to talk and criticise others when your belly and the bellies of those that concern you are filled. I would like...

Leadership behaviour needs drastic turnaround

If you want to be entertained and see some of the most shameful conduct amongst leaders just take some time off your busy day...

Back to normal at CAL not the solution

In a letter to the Editor, retired BWIA pilot Norris Gomez appealed “to the powers that be to hold their hand on staff reductions...

Great opportunity to blunt diabetes menace

In Simon Wright's recent letter 'Let's attack diabetes' ( Express, June 29) several important points were discussed including diabetes as one of the comorbidities...

Tobago Self Government

Dear Sir, While I am sure that the majority of Trinidadians do not really care if Tobagonians have Self Government or not I am sure...

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Elderly man charged with DUI

A 71-year-old El Socorro man will appear in court on Monday charged with driving under the influence. On Saturday, Fraud Squad detectives were driving along...

8 COVID-19 deaths, 181 new cases, 213 recoveries

The Health Ministry is today reporting eight COVID-19 deaths, 181 new cases, 213 recoveries. As of 4pm today, there are 5,783 active cases of the...
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