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The majority of the British electorate have acted. Now that this nation has detached herself from the superstate of the European Union, global empire, she could now conduct normal relations with the world, the global village.

Human beings kill for their identity. As soon as a baby is born, realises its attachment to the world about it, a...

Sunday, February 9, 2014

All over the world, ironically, oil spills have the effect of raising awareness of the vulnerabilities of communities to the oil industry; the fragility of our ecosystems and our responsibility to maintain a sustainable balance between human activity and nature....

Saturday, February 8, 2014

We all love and care deeply for our pets. No matter the type or size, we love our animals. The most common household pet in our land is the dog.

Saturday, February 8, 2014

As I manoeuvred to the side of the road, opposite the Cancer Treatment Centre in St James to allow the fifth emergency vehicle of the morning to pass at 8.45 am, it seemed appropriate to seek to categorise the different types of sirened sedans that...

Saturday, February 8, 2014

I have noticed in the last week numerous letters speaking to a shortage of foreign exchange in the market.

Saturday, February 8, 2014

I highly congratulate Raymond Ramnarine, the reigning Chutney Soca Monarch for the very principled stand of not defending his title because he was not paid his winning prize money in full.

Friday, February 7, 2014

Recent events have highlighted the issue of bullying in our educational institutions. There has been a plethora of analyses by criminologist, psychologists and others all focusing on the easy target of parenting.

Friday, February 7, 2014

A letter to the Editor (T&T Guardian, February 4, 2014) exclaimed that the “Shortage of US$ currency hurting business—T&T has a robust import industry that employs tens of thousands of people directly… If as a business you cannot have access to the most basic trading commodity, ie...

Friday, February 7, 2014

When I look at the daily dose of crime and violence in the media, the uninhibited exhibitionism current at this time, how vacuous some of those who presume to lead can be, inter alia, and compare these with many of the letters to the editor in which good men and women speak out on issues in...

Thursday, February 6, 2014

Our children now have another issue to battle with. From bullying to abuse, sexual or otherwise, they now have to deal with the increasing incidence of obesity.

Thursday, February 6, 2014

During the run up to the internal election for leadership of the UNC, the first place that Mrs Persad- Bissessar began her campaign together with Dr Suruj Rambachan was in Biche. She said she chose Biche because it was in the East and the sun rises in the east hence the slogan “we will rise”.

Thursday, February 6, 2014

As published in the Trinidad Guardian on January 30, 2014, Minister of health Dr Fuad Khan has issued a call that “the time has come to do a detailed study to determine if certain genes are directly linked to diabetes” based on the observation that in Trinidad, East...

Thursday, February 6, 2014

The calypsonian Bodyguard has a controversial song about individuals in high positions on State boards, Government ministries, private enterprises and so on, who have submitted false qualification certificates to get the jobs.

Wednesday, February 5, 2014

I have noticed on too many occasions, the apparent style of young female drivers who, on coming out or going to their vehicle, walk with their car keys dangling or should I say “flamming” in their hands. This is not advisable especially in this country at this time.

Wednesday, February 5, 2014

My reason for writing this letter is a corporate entity’s declaration of almost a half-billion dollar profit for the last quarter of 2013 when I, as a valued customer—so I am often told—collects less than one per cent on my savings and even less on my mutual funds, funds I had hoped for to see...

Wednesday, February 5, 2014

Some people, over the years, have “rubbished” the power of the PNM Women’s League, familiarly known as “the fat a... brigade.” Think again.

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