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Attorney Sophia Chote refuses to see herself as a hero. But in the eyes of Jareem Richards, she will forever be the lady who gave up her business class seat on a British Airways flight from London to accommodate his tired body.

Richards and Mrs Chote shared the flight home from London, where the young man had just won two medals, bronze in the men...

Friday, December 3, 2010

Two very different but yet complimentary approaches to dealing with gang-related criminal activities were reported in this newspaper yesterday:<!--break--> One, the introduction of anti-gang legislation; the other, mediation as a means of resolving gang crime.

Friday, December 3, 2010

With the Interception of Communications Bill 2010 having been passed by the two Houses of Parliament and expected to be quickly assented to by the President, the country seems to be on the way to establishing a legal, organised system for the security agencies of the State to pursue the...

Tuesday, November 30, 2010

The decision by the Government to move ahead with the construction of the Mamoral Dam and Reservoir project and the Solomon Hochoy Highway extension project to Point Fortin is very good news for the local manufacturing sector, the providers of construction services and the sub-contractors...

Monday, November 29, 2010

There can be little doubt that a country’s Parliament is one of its most important institutions—forming an institutional trinity along with the Executive and the judiciary—responsible for ensuring high-quality governance.

Monday, November 29, 2010

To hear him talk about the decision to round up vagrants in Port-of-Spain, Mayor Louis Lee Sing is arguably passionate and concerned about his city and safety on the streets.

I leaned forward as if doing so would help drive home the significance of the discussion.