Section 34 was never bad law

 by Anand Beharrylal After the first decision of the High Court on the now infamous `Section 34′ there are still those who remain dissatisfied with the approach of the government and the now the courts. To most who have asked me about it, expressed an opinion and invited...
Posted On 15 Apr 2013
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ANSA McAL Kills Panchaayat

Dear Editor: Last Tuesday was a day of shame and infamy for Freedom of Speech in Trinidad & Tobago when the ANSA MCAL conglomerate killed the popular and profitable Panchyatt program that aired on the 106.1fm radio station from 6 to 9 am. It has been reported that Brandon...
Posted On 15 Apr 2013
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Sangeet 106.fm Panchaayat Censored

WHAT DO THE SABGAS AND SANGEET 106.5FM HAVE AGAINST THE PEOPLE’S PARTNERSHIP GOVERNMENT? It is common knowledge that over the last three days of last week the Panchaayat was virtually taken off the air. This was done by removing the three hosts who were pushing the work of the...
Posted On 15 Apr 2013
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Construction of community recreation ground Beaucarro, Freeport

Pavilion with facility for the differently able multipurpose court cricket nets children’s play park cricket and football field inclusive of turf wicket fencing and sight screens jogging track
Posted On 14 Apr 2013
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It was wrong not to support soldier bill

I am dismayed that after the contribution of Senator Christlyn Moore the Independent senators who followed her could not support the bill that is before the Senate. She was very clinical in refuting all the arguments put forward by the Opposition and  Independent Senator Elton...
Posted On 14 Apr 2013
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TOP Chairman Wants Answers from THA Chief on $$

Tobago Organisation of the People Chairman, Mr. Lionel Coker, has called out THA Chief Secretary Orville London. Mr. Coker told C News that mismanaged finances have left Tobago in financial disarray. “Tobago is at a virtual standstill. When you go around Tobago and you look...
Posted On 13 Apr 2013
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PM best in everything

THE EDITOR: Our esteemed Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar, whom Sugar Aloes serenades as being royal, is now the Sixth Best Dressed Prime Minister in the World, says Vanity Fair. Congratulations, Madam Prime Minister. It took nothing untoward from you to be so gracious in...
Posted On 13 Apr 2013
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Why this opposition to soldiers?

THE EDITOR: TT is facing a crime epidemic. Crime has spread from the known “hot zones” into traditionally peaceful, crime-free communities. Crime has not just become rampant but it has become increasingly violent and brutal. Criminals have no regard for race, social standing,...
Posted On 13 Apr 2013
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THE ROUNDTABLE’S CRISIS

The press conference convened yesterday by the group calling themselves the “Roundtable” must have captured the attention of citizens who have an interest in the nation’s political development. One newspaper writes that “the Roundtable is an informal amalgamation of the People’s...
Posted On 13 Apr 2013
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Dereliction of Duty by the Opposition

Dear Editor What a shame! As I sat looking on at the Parliament Channel on Friday 12th April 2013, I noticed that during the taking of the vote on the Anti-Doping Bill in relation to athletes, that on the Opposition side the Leader of the Opposition was missing and so too was...
Posted On 12 Apr 2013
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