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Parliament. Our Constitution briefly describes Parliament: “There shall be a Parliament of Trinidad and Tobago which shall consist of the President, the Senate and the House of Representatives.” (Section 39) Regarding Parliament’s overall function, the Constitution states “Parliament may make laws for the peace, order and good government of Trini(...)

The corporate community has spent years in unheeded, breath-wasting grousing about the link between CEPEP and a severe labour shortage, a dismal work ethic and low productivity, but no one in Government cared to revisit the unsustainable programme, which is hurting the private sector and which sees contractors and workers dismissed when parties cha(...)

As a former advertising account executive, I was very interested in a statement by Public Health Minister Jane Ellison that cigarettes are to be sold in standardised packaging. The packages will be white inside and brown outside. Only the brand name will be allowed, along with explicit health warnings and special marks to prevent counterfeits.

For years, political parties have promulgated change on their campaign platforms. Looking back, they’ve all purported to know what and how to change the problems within our once peaceful and thriving society, but at the end of the day, we’re always left with nothing more than exchange. Every election, our parties mount platforms to engage in negati(...)

PLANNING Minister Dr Bhoe Tewarie last week issued serious advice to the population. Though he said no recession was anticipated, he urged citizens to save.

Never mind the engine – what colour is it?

Many fishermen risk their lives when they enter Venezuelan waters. Why do they take such a risk? Because that is where the fish are and fishermen need to make a living. So too with evangelisation.



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