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Dormitory Deaths: Gov’t, Opposition Extend Condolences

BOTH the Government and Opposition have extended condolences to the families of the children who perished in a fire in Mahdia, Guyana, on Monday. Minister of Foreign and CARICOM Affairs Dr Amery Browne said, “The Government and People of Trinidad and Tobago stand with the Government and People of Guyana in the aftermath of the […]readmore

Preaching in Hotspots with Police Protection…

  By Prior Beharry SOME religious leaders are calling on government to assist in taking their pulpits into hotspots to rebuild spiritual values and help fight crime with the support of the police. This was the call made by pundits and imams at Madeo’s Mini Plaza in Aranguez on Wednesday. Pundits Bramanand Rambachan, Jairam Seeram, […]readmore

Farley: Rowley Mind Your Business

IN one line, Chief Secretary of the Tobago House of Assembly (THA) Farley Augustine told Prime Minister Dr Keith  Rowley not to interfere with the THA’s electoral affairs. “Just mind yuh damn business!” he told Dr Rowley in a Facebook post on Monday. Augustine posted a video of Dr Rowley addressing a political meeting. In the video Dr Rowley says, […]readmore

Victim Explains the Cost of Gunshot Wound

By Sue-Ann Wayow TEN years ago, Caron Asgarali almost died at the hands of a gunman. She survived. And has moved on to become a positive influence to many, transforming hurt into hope and using her life as a message and example to others. Her life changed in 2013, at a cost of approximately $500,000, […]readmore

Commentary: Caricom Crime Symposium – Another Talk Shop

THE Caricom Crime Symposium at the Hyatt Regency in Port of Spain last week seems to be another talk shop. Will it make a difference in the lives of the average citizens in Trinidad and Tobago? The information in the public domain stated that according to the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC), […]readmore

History of Flying Fish Dispute Between Barbados/T&T

By Sue-Ann Wayow FOR years, Barbadians and Trinbagonians have been fighting over fish – specifically the flying fish. With an increase in the fish population during the Covid-19 pandemic, there has also been an increase of Bajans fishing in Tobago’s waters depleting the flying fish stock claims the All Tobago Fisherfolk Association (AFTA). AFTA’s President Curtis […]readmore