UNC in Government always beats the PNM, even at Carnival
IT is no surprise that the just-ended 2023 Carnival festival lacked the creativity and innovation that the Government had promised for the first festival in three years.
Kamla promised Chaguaramas a Causeway while Keith wants to give us Borough status with no Borough progress. One believes in tangible solutions, the other depends on gimmicks like name changes with no real benefit.
A memorial service was held MP Rudranath Indarsingh and the families of the divers, accompanied by Christopher Boodram. The Government must take responsibility.
It seems surreal, freakish and bizarre the amount of issues we have in our Energy sector. Is this the norm of our energy sector now?
THE ever-bungling Keith Rowley Government is now fouling up the hard-fought permission to explore the natural gas-rich Dragon field.
Water from the roadway was undermining the homes of residents. This posed a significant threat and we knew we had to take action to prevent their collapse.
Why the UNC did not support the extension of the Bail Amendment Act, to answer the lies of the PNM.
Here is a list of the Bills passed in Parliament from 2017-2022 with Opposition support, to counter the PNM lies:
THE plans to jack up utility rates would see many manufacturers packing up in Trinidad and Tobago and opening their plants in more business-friendly regional countries.
A Pop-UP Market was hosted by the CTTRC at a subsidized cost to participants in order to encourage and promote Local Economic Development in the region.
Every other Caricom country is moving apace to be able to feed its citizens. Except for Trinidad and Tobago!
Our construction team took action to address a long-standing issue affecting the residents of Gandhi Village in Debe.
Standards at primary and secondary schools have been continuously slipping under the wretched PNM.
Is lowering entry requirements at the UWI going to solve problems or create new ones?
In an effort to ensure students of the La Fortune/Debe North district are equipped with the necessary tools to write their S.E.A. Examinations, Councillor Persadsingh collaborated with the Member of Parliament for Oropouche East, Dr. Roodal Moonilal and the Member of Parliament for Oropouche West, Davendranath Tancoo.
The 2022 record homicide rate is set to be broken this year if the current pace continues, and yet the Prime Minister is clutching onto his incompetent National Security Minister Fitzgerald Hinds.
A complete list of UNC Press Releases for your information
A reader writes about his plans to increase our Foreign Exchange earnings.
Vol. 3, No. #1
3 Feb 2023
Was every PNM-selected President a closet PNM? Has Christine Kangaloo crossed a line?
Here are the facts about the UNC’s achievements in Constitutional Reform.
Keith Rowley has finally adopted the UNC foreign policy of international cooperation, rather than confrontation
The Scrap Iron Bill made simple: What it’s about, why it’s important, what are the problems, what are our solutions.
A list of all party press releases from 1 January – 2 February 2023
MP Rodney Charles gives details about the excellent representation he has been giving in Naparima.
Councillor J-Lynn Roopnarine explains the process for getting her drainage project finished and is thankful for its completion.
Once the land of parang, calypso, chutney, etc, TT has turned into the land of outrage. Outrage after […]
A reader shares a horrific story of a home invasion in Valsayn.
We must understand and deal with the root causes of crime. This is one young man’s experience, leading him to a life of crime.
The facts: murders rise whenever the PNM is in power, and fall when the UNC is in office
Understanding the issues and problems behind the PNM’s Whistleblower Bill
INTERNATIONAL experts are continuing to warn about impending higher food prices. Several countries are hoarding wheat and other essentials […]
Only an unconscionable person as Keith Rowley would blatantly seek to hoodwink T&T on the London arbitration ruling with respect to OAS Construtora.
Vol. 2, No. #3
22 April 2022
On 19 April, at 27 locations across the country the UNC stood with the people, protesting against the PNM’s oppressive policy of raising fuel prices, on the very first day at schools are fully reopened.