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No Quan Do
Posted: Sunday, June 25, 2023

No Quan Do
There are three shocking characteristics displayed by some of our rulers and their satellites whom we have had to endure during the last two decades. These are disrespect for accountability, scorn for ordinary people and an absence of humanity. Last week, these characteristics combined in a manner as cruel as they did on the occasion of the loss of the divers in the ­Paria tragedy.

NiQuan: Report on plant accident, death of Massy Energy worker, private, confidential

Gender affairs scholar calls for sexuality education in all schools
Hosein argued comprehensive sexuality education isn't just about sex, but about teaching consent, respect, self-determination, responsibility, health, self-protection and rights.

Trinidad and Tobago doesn't accept being different

Another THA propaganda plot audio clip surfaces

Tobago businessman Warner faces bank woes
...lawyers still drafting pre-action letters against Farley

Government rejects ORTT awardee Frost as TTRA head
The first recruitment, which lasted four months—December 2022 to March 2023—cost the TTRA $119,965.

Planning Minister commends UWI, UNDP pollinator garden
Referring to a 2019 study by the University of Sydney, Australia, which reported that global insect populations were being reduced at an annual rate of 2.5 per cent, Beckles-Robinson said such data was troubling, as pollinators played a crucial role in food security.

Repair work begins on 5 breaches at New Cut Channel
Work has started in the Penal area to repair five major breaches on a riverbank, and Works and Transport Minister Rohan Sinanan estimates the project will cost between $10-$12 million. The work began on Saturday at the New Cut Channel and is expected to take a month.

Sinanan renews calls for people to stop using tyres to repair river breaches
"That is not the solution because those tyres would dislodge and end up somewhere, and they could cause problems for the same residents trying to solve them," Sinanan said on Saturday during a tour at the Tulsa Trace pump site in Penal.

Time to raise minimum wage

Judge Lambert-Peterson not recusing herself from TTRA case
'Husband's links to PM won't dim my ability to perform'

Struggling for goods and services
As the Sunday Express continues its series seeking people's views on the delivery of services ahead of the highly anticipated polls, a visit to Sando's city centre and environs indicated disappointment.

Criticisms included development plans that have not been kept, slow delivery of bigger projects, inconsistent service in some areas, including garbage collection, and lack of accessibility to municipal officials.

The table-drumming master Beresford 'Berry' Baboolal

Taking soca to South Africa

TikTok personality killed in mall car park
Police had no motive yesterday for Solomon's murder.

The murder toll stood at 277 up to last night, while the toll on this date last year was 251.

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