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Almost every reader will agree that one’s home is an extension of its occupant’s personality and indeed the lack of one could negatively affect any person’s well being. As we always say, a man’s home is his castle. In fact, a good gauge of a community’s desirability is reflected in the quality and standard of the houses therein.

Saturday, April 8, 2017

Valuable foreign exchange going out for new vehicles and other products. I ask myself, what do we manufacture? When are we going to diversify and make the country self sufficient in the terms of food?

Wednesday, April 5, 2017

News of the withdrawal of the fast super fast ferry to Tobago and the obvious hardship which will ensue brought back memories of the days of Trinidad and Tobago Air Service in the late 1970s.

Wednesday, April 5, 2017

The inter-island ferry dilemma has been fraught with varying opinions depending on who you ask. The end result is that Tobago has been left incapacitated with regards to the dependability of this much-needed economic conduit that serves business on both sides of our isles.

Tuesday, April 4, 2017

How would history record this period in our country? What legacy is this generation leaving for the ones to come? It will determine how we will be remembered.

Our own existence finds true meaning when we elevate lives by showing how to live, a life of purposeful expression.

Tuesday, April 4, 2017

In the midst of all the negative stories emanating from our education system and splashed all over the media, there is a ray of hope, a shining light, an oasis in the desert of violence, bullying and indiscipline.

Tuesday, April 4, 2017

I recently was involved in a very unfortunate situation following a lime on the Avenue.

I disarmed the alarm to my vehicle, about to get in when I saw a young lady crying on the other side of the street.

Sunday, April 2, 2017

The once beautiful place of island bliss,

Now the old days, I so dearly miss,

When children played and grown up’s came together,

When a family and village looked out for each other.

Where waking up to calm and serenity

Sunday, April 2, 2017

I am concerned with the state of primary and secondary education in our country. The frequency of fights, suspensions of students and the problems affecting teachers are signs that Minister Garcia is not suitable for the job.

Sunday, April 2, 2017

Many thanks to the Diego Martin Regional Corporation (DMRC), the entity has been doing a relatively good job in maintaining Glencoe and environs. I just have one area of concern–The La Horquette Children’s Playfield.

Sunday, April 2, 2017

I think the latest situation involving the Defence Force (no less) and the Attorney General is about as much as the nation needs to conclude that no matter how good looking, charming and well spoken you are, wrong is wrong and wrong cannot be left alone.

Sunday, April 2, 2017

Something seems a bit strange now that Shell has also jumped on the bandwagon to help us find more oil. Why have they suddenly become so interested?

Saturday, April 1, 2017

As I read that “serious crime” is down by 24 per cent, I am also hearing of two murdered in Arima 24 hours after two were also murdered in Diego Martin. We are at 124 murders for the year—gone past last year around this time.

Saturday, April 1, 2017

Dear football patriots,

As a true supporter, I write with a very heavy heart in the interest of natural justice and especially because football is a medium that brings T&T together as a united nation.

Wednesday, March 29, 2017

If our Government and the Tourist Board encourage airlines from all countries worldwide to travel weekly to Trinidad and Tobago, this will be the best advertising possible, as Tourists are always looking for new destinations to visit.

Wednesday, March 29, 2017

T&T versus Mexico. Like the Trini fan who was shown holding his head and literally bawling nearing the end of the game against Mexico I, too, was holding mine likewise!

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