Stories about Trinidad & Tobago from September, 2017
Clapping Back Against Online Xenophobia, Trinidad & Tobago Citizens Continue to Help Hurricane-Ravaged Dominica
"I apologise for our having here persons who are less charitable and more ungracious in your time of trouble. They do not represent the majority of us."
Criticism of Trinidad & Tobago's State Enterprise System Follows Fraud Allegation Against Oil Supplier
"The State enterprise system is the vehicle by which the unholy facilitations are carried out [...] It has been destructive of honesty, accountability and transparency."
"We need to see and hear and interact with each other much much more. That's the message Irma has brought to me".
55 Years After Cutting Ties With Great Britain, Is Trinidad and Tobago Independent or “In Dependence”?
"We have almost all the models we need right here; we have most of the solutions that will move us up to a different level."
Public Trust in Justice Takes Another Knock With Arrest of Former Trinidad & Tobago Attorney General
"We caution members of the public to reserve comment until after a court of law has pronounced."