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THE EDITOR: Can someone please tell me what has happened to the Central Statistical Office? The CSO compiles very important data which drives government policy decisions. At present we are in the dark about many of the Government’s decisions.

THE EDITOR: Open letter to the Solid Waste Management Company:

THE EDITOR: I state from the onset I have the greatest respect and admiration for the hard-working and diligent staff of the TT Securities Exchange Commission (SEC).

THE EDITOR: There must be something wrong at the head of Petrotrin.

THE EDITOR: Now that the Speaker has ruled that Vernella Alleyne-Toppin’s contribution in the debate of the no-confidence motion against the Opposition Leader does not amount to a prima facie case of breach of parliamentary privilege, it is timely to remind the country, as well as the Speaker, of the words of Justice Hamel-Smith in the case of Bood(...)

THE EDITOR: PNM political leader Dr Keith Rowley is reported to have reassured his party that, in the unlikely event he should somehow win the forthcoming general election, he would see to it that MPs receive a substantial salary increase and he would have a smaller Cabinet.

THE EDITOR: First it was Winston Dookeran’s report on the Heritage.

THE EDITOR: Move all the prisoners from Carrera and let’s put them in containers. These were the recent sentiments of newly appointed Minister of Justice Prakash Ramadar. This is a course of action that the minister is taking without any consultation from the Prison Officers Association, according to President Ceron Richards.

THE EDITOR: I thank the Sangre Grande Hindu School publicly for its excellent management. Sangre Grande had been without water for a few days, causing many schools to be closed. However, the Sangre Grande Hindu School remained open. I thank the principal and staff for their total dedication towards education.



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