Review our national watchwords

Dear Editor: Quite recently I heard the Attorney General speaking about the need to review our national watchwords, specifically in reference to the word “tolerance’. As I sit here reflecting on this Divali day, I cannot agree with him more. As I make my way to my...
Posted On 24 Oct 2014
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Impressed by the level of development

Dear Editor: While driving along the north-south highway quite recently, I couldn’t help but be impressed by the level of development taking place in our country. As I passed Mt. Hope and drove through the Grand Bazaar interchange, I could help but notice how this looks...
Posted On 24 Oct 2014
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The respect we do not have!

Dear Editor: In the last year, we have seen many glaring examples of why our country is staring into a deep, dark abyss. We, as a nation, are trying to keep our heads above water, struggling against this morass due to our disrespectful behaviour. The highest offices in our land...
Posted On 24 Oct 2014
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We must consider all aspects

The Editor: The construction of the Point Fortin highway was first conceived by the Patrick Manning administration. In 2010, the multi-billion dollar highway began with the issue of land acquisition under the PNM. There is no doubt that such a project will benefit not only the...
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Shouting Lies Doesn’t Change The Truth

By: George S. Campbell – La Brea No project ever undertaken in Trinidad and Tobago has ever faced the kind of intense scrutiny as the extension of the Solomon Hochoy Highway from Golconda to Point Fortin. And no other has attracted so much media attention. But perhaps what is...
Posted On 24 Oct 2014
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Respect the Courts

Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar continues to express concern about the Highway Re-Route Movement’s (HRM) “its unwillingness to abide with the rulings of the court” on the group’s objections to matters related to construction of the Debe to Mon Desir section of the Point...
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