Neglect of our children by the PNM Government is therefore particulalry galling and must be corrected.
What does the PNM really mean when it speaks of promoting “agriculture”? Who are they really trying to help?
The small man, including many who have lost their jobs, pay the price at the retail counter for groceries and other essentials.
The lack of care and callous actions of bulldozing homes and crops showed they had no care for the mental anguish and trauma they caused to the residents.
The result is that more and more crimes would be unsolved; at present, the crime detection rate is only at around 15 percent.
All these deals would be open to corruption, bid-rigging, and other forms of bobol, and would not meet the standards of accountability, transparency and value for money.
For years, Imbert has been promising to establish a Statistical Institute, to improve the country’s standing on the Ease of Doing Business, to start a shipbuilding industry, to digitise the public sector.
Al Rawi, the most criticised AG in recent history, is getting the full backing of the Prime Minister.
Read about the human stories behind the flood statistics, from a pregnant woman caught in the water to residents saving their pets and refusing to leave their homes unattended.
The just-released Economic Bulletin of the Central Bank tells us in a most pointed way what is the critical issue in Trinidad and Tobago – the Economy.
Nothing illustrates the incompetence of the PNM Government more than the current state of water supply.
What exactly has Keith Rowley done for labour since becoming Prime Minister? It may be worse than you think.
The aborted Atlantic Train 1 is turning into another World Gas-To-Liquids (WGTL) Scandal. In both cases, taxpayers of Trinidad and Tobago are being cheated of hundreds of millions of precious dollars.
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Revenue earned during the oil boom was wasted away by the PNM who did not save and invest for a time that oil ma
The PNM is not looking at economic diversification while other parts of the world are shifting away from fossil fuels.
The use of tax payers’ dollars for purchasing Sinopharm vaccines should not hidden under non-disclosure agreements.
Colm Imbert has misled the nation and needs to be made accountable for how $5 billion for Covid-19 relief for affected citizens and businesses have actually been spent.
Shouldn’t the PNM have kept this reform in education alive and continue creating our own?
Forex shortages are feeding a thriving black market and it is us the consumers, who are paying the heaviest price.
As it was with the WGTL scandal, the PNM regime is not taking responsibility for the ALNG wreck.
The PNM Government is not serious when it boasts about reforming the Water and Sewerage Authority to improve our nation’s water supply.
In six years, the Rowley administration has caused Trinidad and Tobago to lose foreign business to the value of US$ 2 billion per year.