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THE EDITOR: It has been variously said that the only effective way to successfully infiltrate the People’s National Movement (PNM) in order to destroy the party is to create a political Trojan horse. It would appear that the internal elections in the PNM is possibly the ideal vehicle. It has also been alleged that the promoters of aspiring PNM l(...)

THE EDITOR: On Friday January 1, 2014 , at Cocoyea opposite the basketball court, Baldovan Street, workmen employed by TTEC changed a light pole at No 12, Lot No 4, Baldovan Street.

THE EDITOR: Kindly permit me to join the chorus of complaints against the PTSC bus service. As a commuter from Arima to Port-of-Spain, I have to mention the fact that sometimes in the night, whether All Stop or Limited Stop, if no passenger on the bus presses the bell to stop out at the Croisee bus terminal in San Juan, the bus does not divert off (...)

THE EDITOR: The day they arrest and charge that woman for beating that child on facebook because the child was posting lewd photos of herself on facebook, will be a sad day in Trinidad because it means we as parents no longer have a disciplinary say in our children’s lives.

THE EDITOR: It is unfortunate how important issues in Trinidad and Tobago are often masqueraded, trivialised, and even exaggerated in an attempt to score cheap political points. The issue of “leaking” the PCA’s report to Opposition Senator Faris Al-Rawi is an example of this. According to Senator Al-Rawi, he received this report in his mailbox at h(...)

THE EDITOR: Please allow me a space in your newspaper to express my utter frustration with PTSC.

THE EDITOR: To “call a spade a spade” is a figure of speech, which explicitly calls out something as it is. The implication is not to lie about what something is and instead to speak honestly and directly about a topic, specifically topics that others may avoid speaking about due to their sensitivity, unpleasant or embarrassing nature.

THE EDITOR: During the first and second week of January of 2014, over 100 teachers were called by the Ministry of Education (MOE) to work as Remedial Instructors (Math and English) on a three-month contract in various secondary schools across the country.

THE EDITOR: Within recent times as I continue this life’s journey, I have realised along the way one encounters individuals who impact on you positively or negatively.



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