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What’s in a name?

In 2005, as a teenager preparing to exit secondary school, I represented my school in the Commonwealth Youth Parliamentary Debate in the Red House,...

Fixing our unhealthy nation

On Mondays I eagerly anticipate the column by Dr Joanne Paul. In last Monday's column, 'Fat and unhealthy', Dr Paul concluded we are 'extremely unhealthy...

‘You cannot draw up an indictment against a whole nation!’

IN 1962, the British government held a commission of enquiry (CoE) into allegations of corruption and maladministration on the part of Eric Gairy, Premier...

True cause of decline in Covid deaths

On Sunday, the Ministry of Health reported two Covid-19 deaths and 468 additional cases. This apparently represents a continuing downward trend in deaths. I say...

The stress paradox

WITH CXC, CAPE and CSEC creeping at the door, we pupils are excited, dejected, busy, lazy, stressed, unbothered, lively, tired, motivated, indifferent; there are...

Fix education; all else will fall into place

PRIME MINISTER Dr Keith Rowley is right. We are a violent society. (And the Archbishop is wrong. We do need to criticise our society....

Learn from basketball: time-out required

TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO is a tiny developing country of 1,980 square miles, with a population of approximately 1.4 million. Our main export is derived...

Act now on transportation system

PUBLIC transportation is a qualityof- life issue. Sometime in 2015, this statement caught my attention and gave me hope that Trinidad and Tobago was...

We must stop victimising rape victims

The main reason rape victims do not report their ordeal is not because of fear of the perpetrator but of the public. Males and...

Brutal realities of Russia invasion

The realities of the Russian invasion of Ukraine have been absolutely visceral and brutal. From the bombing of occupied maternity hospitals in Mariupol to...

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Regional women’s cricket tournaments return

The best women’s cricketers in the West Indies will be back in action as Cricket West Indies hosts the CG Insurance Super50 Cup and...

PM leaves for Guyana today

Prime Minister Dr. Keith Rowley will leave for Guyana today to attend a regional meeting on agriculture. According to a statement from the Office of...

What’s in a name?

In 2005, as a teenager preparing to exit secondary school, I represented my school in the Commonwealth Youth Parliamentary Debate in the Red House,...

Catholic Education Board responds to protest over St Dominic’s RC Primary building

The Education Ministry has not yet approached the Catholic Education Board of Management with plans to replace the St Dominic’s RC Primary school building...
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