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I am pleading with WASA to please provide some sort of resolution to this no-water situation. It is now over 10 years and the situation is bordering on a human rights issue as our basic needs are not being met, especially when we pay for that need by way of insurmountable bills.

A letter was written to WASA’s Director of Operations and delivered...

Friday, December 3, 2010

 I am writing to kindly remain you to pay urgent attention to the road on the Southern Main Road , Pointe-A-Pierre, Vistabella, which collapsed and has been closed since august 15, 2010.

 

Friday, December 3, 2010

North Korea attacked a South Korean island off the West Sea on November 23, firing artillery shells, killing two marines and two civilians and causing the devastation of the entire island. North Korea claimed that it responded to provocation by South Korea.

Friday, December 3, 2010

We publicly extend our thanks and gratitude to Police Officers Bernard and Mohammed of the Traffic Management Branch. One of our co-workers fell seriously ill on December 1, and on the way to seek medical care we encountered traffic.

Friday, December 3, 2010

The dismissal of former Carib-bean Airlines CEO Capt Ian Brunton appears to have been done with callous disregard for natural law, due process and proper industrial relations practices.

Friday, December 3, 2010

As the leader of the Independent senators, Basharrat Ali ponders his latent function and that of his colleagues on the Independent bench in Parliament (Guardian, December 1).

Many of us who have had opportunities to make a difference soon realise that enterprise level and managerial support are needed to a great extent. Ultimately the goal of health services managers is to help maintain and enhance the health of the public.

The family of Michelle Samaroo thanks all the people who called and prayed for us during our time of bereavement. We also thank Cpl Burgess and PC Brebner for their assistance and devotion while we were searching for our beloved sister.

Ask most citizens of T&T what their primary concern is and they will say it’s security; not who is spying on whom or who owns what house. Since the People’s Partnership Government came into office, serious crime has continued unabated.

I have been officially connected to thoroughbred racing in Trinidad for the last 78 years and November 13 was the first day I can recall that races had to be abandoned at Santa Rosa for lack of entries.

These allegations are continuing for one purpose only: to disrupt the business of Parliament and the nation. It is time for the Prime Minister to file her suits for libel, slander and defamation against Manning, and to have him therefore muzzled in public.

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