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TRINIDAD and Tobago became an independent nation in 1962 and issued its first currency in December 1964. Since then there have been a number of changes to the notes themselves including the removal of the portrait of Queen Elizabeth and the reflection of the new premises of the Central Bank in 1985. The $50 and $100 notes were introduced in 1977 (...)

IF a natural disaster were to ‘wipe-out’ crops in any Caribbean Community (CARICOM) member State, farmers would be able to “build back the source of plant material in a year or so” with the help of seed banks operated by the Caribbean Agricultural Research Institute (CARDI).

SIX months before a general election, Prime Minister David Cameron has come straight out and said that red warning lights are once again flashing over the state of the global economy. Speaking after the G20 summit in Brisbane, he said a dangerous backdrop of instability and uncertainty “threatens the UK recovery” and “we should stick to our long-te(...)

MANY of us here in Trinidad and Tobago are concerned about the possibility of contracting the deadly disease Ebola should it reach the shores of Trinidad and Tobago. According to the World Health Organisation (WHO), the Ebola outbreak in three West African countries has increased at an unprecedented rate and geographic scale. It has the potential t(...)

WE wish to commend Finance Minister Larry Howai for sending a clear signal through what could be described as massive speculation over what are the real implications of a proposed acquisition by Cable and Wireless Communications (CWC) of Columbus on the people of this country.

Starting a business that sells food has become very popular because food of all types seems to sell. A visit to any food court, restaurant, food cart or any other food service establishment reveals that many working people eat out at lunchtime, and on weekends the restaurants, sport bars and barbecue joints are well patronised The culture and lif(...)

I continue the discussion of two weeks and three weeks ago, respectively, concerning access traffic problems at the University of the West Indies (UWI) St Augustine. Campus parking requirements indicate a current minimum demand of at least 2,000 spaces and the need for more than 3,500 spaces for the day, and a future minimum demand of 3,300 spaces (...)



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