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Time for a change in attitude

Written by Monday, 30 March 2015 05:33

THE sexual abuse and rape of children is like a cancer in any society, which is why it is so saddening that here in Tobago,

DEAR EDITOR:

WE Trinis have we own sense yes!

Paltry prize monies for Humor Kaiso

Written by Monday, 30 March 2015 05:31

DEAR EDITOR:

I would like to bring to the public’ s attention the fact that the prize monies and appearance fees for the National Humourous Calypso Monarch Competition are the lowest of all the National Calypso categories competition ie.

Praise for the Children’s Library

Written by Monday, 30 March 2015 05:31

DEAR EDITOR:

I would like to give some praise where praise is due: I would like to congratulate and commend Ms Gray and her colleagues at the new Children’s Library at the Scarborough Library Facility.

DEAR EDITOR:

THERE are no early records of the development of the Baptist/Faith/Religion in Tobago. Most of the information or data as recorded and available came through oral sources from the pioneers.

The Complexion of Leadership

Written by Monday, 30 March 2015 05:29

WILL I have to contend with political bigotry when 2025 arrives? Will Dr. Keith Rowley experience political adversity because he did not have enough colour to become Prime Minister in Trinidad and Tobago?

My parents told me I was special…

Written by Monday, 30 March 2015 05:28

…AND then they tried to put me in a home. When I think back to those days, I get that warm, fuzzy feeling, but then I’ll look down and realise that my pants are soaking.

The Tobago Council of the People’s National Movement is always willing to facilitate persons wishing to express their opinions on matters of interest and concern to Tobagonians. 

I dare anyone to deny that Trinidad and Tobago is not a Mickey Mouse, bacchanal and carnival country. During the past week, I had extreme difficulty in deciding on which episode to voice my opinion. In the end I decided to add my “two cents” to the current debate between the Prime Minister and the wannabe Prime Minister.
If the truth be told, right thinking citizens are anxiously awaiting the hour when the Ole Mas will end and the conversation to be lifted out of the gutter, allowing the real issues which affect the lives of ordinary citizens to become the focal point and not the ‘cyat’ of which Dr. Rowley spoke. I am unable to understand why as an aspiring Prime Minister, he felt that it was necessary to use the now famous or infamous cyat to make his point? Is it that he is an animal rights activist par- excellence or is it a case where he simply has an affinity to kyats?

The week that was

Written by Monday, 30 March 2015 05:25

IF ever there was a week that tested my patriotism, it was this week. I am usually an unwaveringly proud Trinbagonian.

Looking at bubbles

Written by Wednesday, 25 March 2015 06:55

THE topics for scientific research are almost infinite, especially when you ask people who are pursuing or completing their advanced degrees on what was their area of research.

Lift the political debate

Written by Wednesday, 25 March 2015 06:29

As we approach the countdown to the 2015 General Election campaign, we believe that every politician vying for office must be held to the highest possible standard.

The Editor:

"MITT Romney - he had a Rock Hudson thing going, shoeblack hair and a well-hung resume, but even for a shameless position-shifting phony he seemed a trifle insincere (James Wolcott - American Journalist).

An open letter to Keith Rowley

Written by Wednesday, 25 March 2015 06:27

THE EDITOR:

This is an open letter to Dr. Keith Rowley -  "Prime Minister-in-Waiting.".

The spoken word is like a spent arrow...

Written by Wednesday, 25 March 2015 06:26

THE EDITOR:

“THE pen is mightier than the sword.”

Political campaigns must elevate nation

Written by Wednesday, 25 March 2015 06:25

Yours truly, will not subscribe to the view that an election campaign should be described as 'the silly season'.

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