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Guardian Columnists
Anand Ramlogan updated 01/06/08

Two headlines in Thursday’s newspapers just about summed up the sad state of our nation today...

Dana Seetahal updated 01/06/08

THE Prime Minister on Friday, in announcing the establishment of a commission of enquiry into, among other things, the procurement practices and methods of operation of Udecott, said he did so because it was the first time someone had made a “clear and specific allegation...

Dennis Pantin updated 01/06/08

In a welcome, though belatedly so, development, Prime Minister Patrick Manning has now begun to explain the increasing role of foreign firms in his Government’s projects and programmes...

Denzil Mohammed updated 25/05/08

Since I was a child, I had certain dreams. I had visions of where I was going to be and what I was going to be like...

Dr Hamid Ghany updated 01/06/08

THE Guardian reported, last Friday, there was a move afoot between Inshan Ishmael, of the COP, and Ramesh Lawrence Maharaj, of the UNC, to create a new unified political force to fight the PNM......

Ira Mathur updated 01/06/08

“I read your article of Sunday, May 25, and other T&T newspapers online. The horrendous rate of crime and murder in T&T is appalling to me, but as an educator for nearly 20 years, I have observed that there are many contributing factors....

Lennox Grant updated 01/06/08

Three years after it led a militant movement of business people and others, the T&T Chamber of Industry and Commerce is making trouble again...

Martin George updated 01/06/08

There are so many important and pressing national issues in the air right now, it seems a bit out of context to be writing on US elections, especially the Democratic Party nomination...

Peter Quentrall-Thomas updated 01/06/08

Well, hurricane Ivan came and went in Grenada, destroying almost every church and nearly all the schools...

Simon Lee updated 01/06/08

I’d been so preoccupied this past week in Wadadli, scrambling to track down strangers or penetrating the familiar wall of protocol and prevarication that surrounds public servants, that it wasn’t until last night the realisation dawned that Antigua is a unique Creole hub...


Debbie Jacob updated 02/06/08

Librarians are more than bookworms buried in stacks of books. They are information specialists and protectors’ of individuals’ freedom to access information...

Fr Henry Charles updated 26/05/08

I MUST confess that former US Justice Sandra Day O’Connor fell much in my esteem during the 2000 US presidential election, with her unrestrained bias as the results came in, and nervous second thoughts about resigning, at the sheer prospect of a Gore presidency. That was then...

Prakash Persad updated 02/06/08

The truth is a bitter pill to swallow. Is this why there was a furore recently about an advertisement showing a river lime and in which one of the limers was struck down with chest pains...



Dr David E Bratt updated 03/06/08

On Thursday last, an admirably peeved and cynical Tony Lee, on the Tony and Dale radio show, was heard to comment that, in the midst of the mindless weeping and wailing and gnashing of teeth over the raped death of Hope Arismandez, the English football team was about to arrive in T&T and by nightfall the headlines in the press would be about them...

Pastor Clive Dottin updated 03/06/08

The situation involving the brutal murder of eight-year-old Hope Arismandez has created an earthquake in the nation...




Clevon Raphael updated 04/06/08

I don’t know if many politicians truly appreciate the raison d’etre of a newspaper columnist...

Tony Fraser updated 04/06/08

I excitedly pushed the window of my study open last Wednesday morning when I heard the faint splatter of rain drops, saw the glistening roadway, made so by the rain...


Greater Caribbean This Week updated 22/05/08


Leela Ramdeen updated 29/05/08

Birthday celebrations are wonderful occasions...


Sat Maharaj updated 29/05/08



Peter Ray Blood's Pulse Column updated 30/05/08

HAVING attended both days of Taste T&T at Jean Pierre Complex on the weekend, I fully endorse Joseph Ross’ sentiments expressed in March, “it’s time for the sleeping tiger of (T&T) tourism to be unleashed on the world.”

Selwyn R Cudjoe upadted 30/05/08

It was late in the day and the softness of the afternoon was giving way to the oncoming darkness of night...

Gillian Lucky updated 30/05/08

Our country has developed a reputation for expressing outrage at horrific events and then doing very little in terms of follow up action...




Attillah Springer updated 31/05/08

Hope is gone, the headline says. Hope is gone and again the country is plunged into shock and horror and distress at the death of another innocent...

Gail Alexander updated 31/05/08

It was not just PNM House Leader Colm Imbert who noticed that Opposition leader Basdeo Panday and his chief whip Ramesh Lawrence Maharaj were each on a different page concerning the commission of enquiry into the construction sector and Udecott...

Lisa Allen-Agostini updated 31/05/08

The Urban Development Corporation of T&T (Udecott) “is a construction company. This confirms the growing impression among the citizenry that for the current government, ‘development’ means the erecting of large, showy (some might say ‘coskel’) buildings,” quipped Women Working for Social Progress in a press release on the Udecott crisis three weeks ago...



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