DPP drags on with no finality

It amazes me to read that the deputy Director of Public prosecution blames the PM for early disclosure of the results of the alleged Emailgate investigation. She had all the time in the world to conduct her investigation—since May 2013. She had all the resources available in her...
Posted On 18 May 2015
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First World healthcare coming under Dr Khan

Monday, May 18 2015 THE EDITOR: Despite the many challenges that confront our health services, Dr Fuad Khan will still go down as one of the most successful Health Ministers the country has seen. He has been able to make real the vision of the People’s Partnership Government for...
Posted On 18 May 2015
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Marching against development

Dear Editor: During the last election in 2010, there was a surge in environmental protest surrounding the aluminium smelter in La Brea and the steel plant development in Claxton Bay. These projects were rightfully highlighted as being unsustainable for the communities they were...
Posted On 12 May 2015
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Misleading water info from Cuffie

Saturday, April 18 2015 THE EDITOR: As director, customer care at WASA, I feel compelled to respond to the erroneous and misleading information put forward by Maxie Cuffie, prospective PNM candidate for La Horquetta/Talparo, that was carried in your newspaper on April 15. Cuffie...
Posted On 18 Apr 2015
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Preparing for the future

While oil and gas prices remain within the range 40-50 USD, our country has seen the most explosive period for licensing acreage for exploration in the history of the Trinidad and Tobago (T&T) from the period 2011 to 2014. Leading this resurgence, the Energy Minister being...
Posted On 14 Mar 2015
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Rob Peter to pay Paul

The Editor: The call for the removal of the Energy Minister Mr. Kevin Ramnarine due to allegations of excessive spending by National Gas Company board of directors in their communications department by Oilfields Workers Trade Union president general Ancel Roget is baseless. Its...
Posted On 14 Mar 2015
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Best performing government ever

Was this PP, government sitting on their behinds doing nothing for the past four years. If they were, then how is it the students have in their possession 95 thousand computers. What are they achieving by having these computers in a world that is now computer conscious. Did the...
Posted On 11 Mar 2015
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PM’s masterly handling of Cabinet tiff

THE EDITOR: Once more, the Prime Minister has zapped critics baying at her heels. In a masterly overnight Cabinet tune-up, one very insecure piston was removed and replaced by vintage horsepower. The discarded part and his connecting rod have since gone on to be a loose cannon,...
Posted On 04 Feb 2015
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PM humble, calm

AS a political tactician the Prime Minister possesses a stock of skills and a level of finesse that Keith Rowley would do well to try to acquire. A literal chasm separates her quiet confidence from the crude, wild and raucous ranting of the Leader of the Opposition and the...
Posted On 04 Feb 2015
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Anything to clear one’s name

The Editor: False accusations and gossip can destroy lives, even if the accused is innocent. Worst yet, especially if one’s reputation is under attack. Sometimes, there is no way you can erase what has happened. Even though the accusations may be unfair and untrue, the...
Posted On 28 Jan 2015
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