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Neutrality, particularly in politics, is something we prize in journalism. But when it comes to the nation’s health and our own, it is time to take sides. To be advocates without the lecturing and nannyism. One of the things that we at the Guardian intend to be unashamedly, unabashedly in favour of is a better Trinidad and Tobago, a theme — a campaign if...

Friday, July 29, 2016

Recently, in T&T, the term “sedition” was used in the public domain. It subsequently became the subject of much public discussion.

Thursday, July 28, 2016

Spending an entire morning with food and agriculture experts on Tuesday for the launch of agricultural scientist Steve Maximay’s Climate-Smart Agriculture Compliance (C-SAC) tool had the potential to be a disastrously-laborious undertaking. But it wasn’t.

Thursday, July 28, 2016

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Wednesday, July 27, 2016

Kevin Baldeosingh

Wednesday, July 27, 2016

“People could categorise me how they want, I am not perfect, but I have never done anything violent in my life. You see this thing called my mouth? That is where my power lies: I am not afraid to say it as it is.” So said Mr Inshan Ishmael in the wake of his arrest in January 2007.

Tuesday, July 26, 2016

Crime is the number one national issue and it has been that way for much of this century. Crime, the economy and health care are the three major issues facing our nation. They will continue to dominate the national agenda for years to come.

Tuesday, July 26, 2016

A major problem faced by children who have hidden disabilities is that people and teachers don’t see the disability and don’t believe them. 

Monday, July 25, 2016

We need more shark attacks in Tobago. By this I don’t mean sharks chomping down on humans and ripping off their legs, arms and heads in a feeding frenzy. That kind of shark attack doesn’t happen much in our Caribbean world, except in childhood nightmares that scar us for life. 

Monday, July 25, 2016

Trinidad and Tobago Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley should be commended for using the art of diplomacy to bridge what was a widening gap between two Caribbean Community (Caricom) sister nations that enjoy a long history of friendship and co-operation.

Sunday, July 24, 2016

Ryan Hadeed

It’s been three weeks since former prime minister Patrick Manning passed away. In the time since then, both praise and condemnation have been heaped upon his name, a testament that the longer a person stays in public serve, the more debatable their reputation becomes.

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