What brings MP Khadijah Ameen her greatest joy? Find out in this personal one on one interview.
Vol. 1, Issue 3
Candid pics of our MPs, Councillors and Senators in dynamic shots, recognising the efforts they all play in building a better Nation.
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.
‘She talk in Parliament!’ ‘She didn’t talk in Parliament!’ ‘She give a press conference!’ ‘She didn’t give a press conference!’
A businessman discusses his struggles as an entrepreneur in the insurance industry as his customers face their own economic hardships. How will his business survive?
The UNC PRO responds to Professor Selwyn Cudjoe’s column in the Trinidad Express about The Checklist Editorial in Issue #2.
Do we want to maintain things as they are in this country? Or do we need a strong man to set things right? Timothy Hamel-Smith explores.
Read what the T&T Industrial Court President has stated about employers, employees and calls for mandatory vaccinations.
MP Dinesh Rambally fights against religious discrimination and financial hardship due to Government’s poor decision-making
Due to the PNM’s political bias, targeted constituencies are unfairly discriminated against. MP Dave Tancoo tells us how.
Nothing illustrates the incompetence of the PNM Government more than the current state of water supply.
How can local government councillors help their burgesses during the pandemic and tight budget constraints?
What exactly has Keith Rowley done for labour since becoming Prime Minister? It may be worse than you think.
The Dr Keith Rowley led Government proposed another billion dollar project in 2019 that we haven’t heard anything […]
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.
Pictures of some of the worst roads in Trinidad and Tobago. Take a look!
Vol. 1, Issue 3
Learn how Kamla Susheila Persad’s father and mother made developed her belief in education as the passport out of poverty and the key to a better quality of life.
A discussion among Sporting Experts as they assess the failed state of Sports in T&T under the neglect, mismanagement and lack of foresight under PNM governance.
We must debunk the notion once and for all that Eric Williams is our country’s father, a false idea ideologically pushed on our people every Independence Day.
A look at the young MP who propelled into politics while maintaining her roots and the core values learnt from her mother.
In a democratic society, citizens should have the right to choose. Covid-19 vaccinations should not be made mandatory.
Under the PNM the economy has shrivelled, taking us back by almost 15 years in loss of production. What would be the state of the economy by the next general elections?
At 87, Lloyd Williams, the first PRO of UNC recalls with pride, the ideals of the UNC from its inception to present which makes him a loyalist.
Part 1 of a series discussing our roles as servant leaders and how we can create a free, fair and just society for all.
Revenue earned during the oil boom was wasted away by the PNM who did not save and invest for a time that oil ma
Why was Petrotrin closed down rather than restructured? This move by government reeks of a cover-up by the PNM and a set-up of its ally, OWTU’s Patriotic Energies.
The PNM is not looking at economic diversification while other parts of the world are shifting away from fossil fuels.
The Government is ignoring the Gulf of Paria oil spill, allowing in true PNM style, the fisherfolks with their families and the environment suffer.
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.
How The Laventille Sports Club emerged to make a difference in the lives of youths of the area and the role the UNC plays in fostering this.
–Taharqa Obika Government is majoring in minors in response to retail sector business closures. The economy of Trinidad […]