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Commentary: 3 Paragraphs at a Time

  IT appears I have hit a wall. Perhaps it’s been the lack of human interaction or end of year brain drain; regardless I have spent the last two weeks writing a series of one line to three paragraph articles that went nowhere. With a deadline stalking me and the inability to focus on one […]Read More

Kamla: Will DSS Investigation Go Cold?

  By Sue-Ann Wayow OPPOSITION Leader Kamla Persad-Bissessar wants to know from Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley if the investigation into the Drugs Sou Sou (DSS) will go cold in a similar way as other investigations. Admitting she does not know all the facts surrounding the case, Persad-Bissessar said whenever an investigation is “led” by […]Read More

AMCHAM President to T&T Government: Don’t Let Nabarima Spill Oil

  By Sue-Ann Wayow THE Government of Trinidad and Tobago should make every effort to ensure that no contents of the Venezuelan vessel the Nabarima are spilled into the ocean even if international pressure has to be applied. This was the appeal made by President of the American Chamber of Commerce Trinidad and Tobago (AMCHAM […]Read More

FFOS Still Worried about Nabarima in the Gulf

    THE FSO Nabarima sailing under the Venezuelan flag continues to remain a threat to waters in the Gulf of Paria if its problem is not resolved soon. Fishermen and Friends of the Sea (FFOS) has written on Thursday to Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley and copies were sent to the Minister of Foreign […]Read More

Sinking Vessel in Gulf has 5 Times More Crude than

  By Prior Beharry A vessel sinking in the Gulf of Paria with about 1.4 million barrels of crude oil poses an environmental threat to Trinidad and Tobago, Aruba, Bonaire and Curacao. According to an Associate Press (AP) report in the New York Times, the FSO Nabarima has a rusting hull that is full of […]Read More