Health care change of heart

I have always maintained an ignorant view that whenever I became pregnant, I would never give birth in any public hospital in Trinidad and Tobago. The truth is regardless of whether we want to admit it or not, most women have shared this similar view. Can we really be blamed? One...
Posted On 09 May 2013
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Thanks PM for cellphone jammers

THE EDITOR: Seven years ago, against the advice of my family and friends, I made a decision to become a prisons officer. I would like the general public to know that the job is one that is very dangerous and thankless, especially for the junior officers.
Posted On 08 May 2013
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Udecott has regained public confidence

THE EDITOR: This is an open letter to the board, management and staff of the Urban Development Corporation of Trinidad and Tobago (Udecott). As a citizen of Trinidad and Tobago, I would like to express my gratitude for your hard work and dedication over the last few years.
Posted On 08 May 2013
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Ministry of Justice doing good work

THE EDITOR: Allow me the opportunity to express my pleasant surprise when I got your Sunday Newsday (dated April 14) and saw a supplement from the Ministry of Justice. I was heartened by the broad extent of the work I see that the Ministry and its agencies are doing to...
Posted On 08 May 2013
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Jack, bow out graciously

The verdict’s in: we love Jack Warner to death, or, we love to hate him. But are endearing qualities all that’s needed for holders of political office? What about morality in public life? A whirlwind of unmitigated allegations of corruption surrounds Mr Warner and other FIFA...
Posted On 03 May 2013
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Dissatisfied with DPP’s take on Guanapo church matter

Well, I tell you! I have read the DPP’s “report” issued in response to the Prime Minister’s request for an inquiry into the building of the church at the Heights of Guanapo and all I can say is that we can resign ourselves to the increasing impunity and bravado on the part of...
Posted On 27 Apr 2013
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Why the fear?

THE EDITOR: What is the fear that the independent senators possess concerning 300 soldiers acting as police officers for a period of two years? If they were distrustful of the former Minister of National Security, he is no longer there. What is the problem? 
Posted On 25 Apr 2013
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Fighting the Government

THE EDITOR: I always thought the Government’s duty was to fight crime and safeguarding its people, but not here in Trinidad. The criminals have been getting so much support, and I am sure they are laughing their hearts out, although they are heartless with their atrocious crimes.
Posted On 25 Apr 2013
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Independents making mockery of constitution

Dear Editor As if to show how “independent” they are, the Independent Senators have been refusing to support the Defence Amendment Bill. Their “independence” reached the ludicrous yesterday, when they almost came to blows with Senator Wayne Sturge who,...
Posted On 24 Apr 2013
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Independent Senators in plot to cause Government not to pass laws!

Dear Editor The behavior of the Independent bench when faced by stinging criticisms from temporary Senator Wayne Sturge has left a sour taste in my mouth and clearly, they have shown their bias against the government.
Posted On 24 Apr 2013
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