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THE EDITOR: There seems to be a growing trend among prisoners to claim that they were beaten etcetera by prisons officers and then sue for compensation.

THE EDITOR: There is no easy way to say that both hunger strikers have had an equally negative effect on the image of the Government.

THE EDITOR: I totally respect the views of letter writer Matthew, but he is wrong about not having options about purchasing non-halal meats. I am sure in every supermarket there are meats which are not halal, along with halal meats.

THE EDITOR: What happened in India on October 17 was so painful to lovers of the game, and the potential repercussions so dire, that I find it difficult to believe that the explanation offered in the sports media is all there is to it. That explanation is that several months ago the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) and West Indies Players’ Associat(...)

THE EDITOR: On October 9, the North Oropouche RC School was dismissed early due to an internal electrical problem. As I write this letter (October 16), the majority of the children are still at home with the exception of the Standard Five classes.

THE EDITOR: People are more paranoid than cautious about Ebola. Yes, we need to be prepared in case it enters our country, but as far as I can see, like we really want this disease to come here. Because if doctors are asking for a raise of salary and a $10 million insurance policy, it shows they are more interested in making money than trying to sa(...)

THE EDITOR: Dr Wayne Kublalsingh may very well be the first casualty on a highway that has not yet been built.

THE EDITOR: The Germans constructed a road network system prior to World War II. The USA followed in the 1950s, England began their road network in the 60s and several other democratic countries, where the majority rules, have also carried out roadworks to open their nations as the population grew. Many nations in the EU now enjoy fantastic road li(...)

THE EDITOR: Former West Indies cricketer Bryan Davis is reported to have characterised the abandonment of the tour of India by the West Indies cricket team as being “selfish”. To me, this is too light a condemnation. The behaviour of the players is nothing but repugnant and brings to the fore the type of individuals who the West Indies Cricket Boar(...)

THE EDITOR: Our country is small, so is the humming bird. The humming bird can hover. Our manufacturers should hover over markets to get as much information as possible.

THE EDITOR: The administration of Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar apparently has very carefully studied the propaganda style of World War II’s German Minister of Propaganda, Dr Joseph Goebbels.



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