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Friday, March 5, 2021


Leadership needed in facing forex challenge

On Monday Republic Bank announced a reduction on its customers on credit card limit from US$12,000 to US$10,000 per month. The bank said the decision...

Tough decisions on WASA ahead

Cabinet has not accepted a recommendation to wind up the heavily indebted Water and Sewage Authority (WASA), and there is no decision yet to...

We can’t go on this way

It is not regularly practised in our political culture, but if there was ever a time that T&T needed bipartisanship it is now. ...

WHO’s praise of PM well-deserved

The praise heaped on Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley by the World Health Organisation (WHO) for this country’s handling of the COVID-19 pandemic was...

Vaccine distribution concerns

Escaping the stifling grip of COVID-19 requires herd immunity which should be the main objective of T&T’s public health authorities. That means ensuring that...

Vaccine roll out and Lent bring hope to T&T

Yesterday two major events took place in T&T. The first was the administering of the first set of COVID-19 vaccine jabs into the arms...

It really is time for Imbert to go

Colm Imbert has failed as Finance Minister! There is no other way of saying it. He must now do the honourable thing and resign...

T&T begins vaccine rollout

Trinidad and Tobago finally begins the rollout of the first batch of the COVID-19 vaccines today. The vaccines were donated to this country by...

Keep the tempo down

Police Commissioner Gary Griffith yesterday opined that “people are reaching a conclusion without knowing what has transpired” concerning the deaths of two suspects while...

Common sense has prevailed

Andrea Bharatt, 23, was laid to rest yesterday, nine days after she was kidnapped and just over a week after her body recovered in...



Prestige’s $18M loss explained

Fried chicken and coffee have proven to be winning products for Prestige Holdings even as the company’s finances take a significant hit in 2020. If...

Woman killed 24 hours after complaining of physical abuse

Sascha Wilson Less than 24 hours after 53-year-old Karen Rauseo complained that she was being physically abused, her battered and bruised body was found...

Regrello to install speed humps at the Cross

Burger cart owner Arnaldo Ramjitsingh wants to know why the police have not arrested the drag racer who ploughed into Ramjitsingh’s burger cart...

40 year old man charged with robbery and rape of a pensioner

A 40-year-old man appeared virtually at the Princes Town Magistrates’ Court on March 1st charged with the robbery and rape of a...

Scotia Guyana sold to First Citizens but government concerned

[email protected] First Citizen’s Bank has acquired Scotiabank’s banking operations in Guyana. Scotiabank announced the sale of its operations in a press release on Wednesday ...