It is our responsibility to protect our children

The Editor: It’s a sad state of affairs to read about the abuse of our children in the care persons who should know better. It is our duty to protect our children. Any deviation from this requires that persons be held accountable and prosecuted by law. Although the case exposed...
Posted On 19 Jul 2014
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Criminal probe absolutely needed

The Editor: It’s difficult to come to terms with the realities of the cruel world that we live in. For example, the St Michael’s School for Boys is an institution responsible for rehabilitating troubled boys who have been recommended by the courts for deviant behaviour. It’s...
Posted On 19 Jul 2014
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Is Al Rawi superior to us?

Dear Editor: The cycle of life and death, our common humanity, the mystery of our existence here on this earth. It is often argued that the presence of our life-force, our soul, is the proof that we are all connected to the source of infinite intelligence, the omnipotent presence...
Posted On 19 Jul 2014
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HCU incident was a grave injustice

Dear Editor: I live in Dow Village, Couva. When Caroni (1975) Limited was operational, the villagers lives revolved around the sugar factory at Brechin Castle. I grew up seeing the men in the village riding off on their bicycles at sunrise and returning in the evening, tired but...
Posted On 19 Jul 2014
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Lights for La Fortune, Woodland Recreation Ground

Recreation grounds – a tool for crime fighting THE Ongoing commissioning of recreational grounds across the country is being used as a deterrent in leading away young persons from a life of crime, according to Minister of Public Utilities, Nizam Baksh. He said so following the...
Posted On 19 Jul 2014
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