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News Day

  • PM slams critics of hotel plans – EMA law used to obstruct
    by Narissa Fraser on June 14, 2024 at 5:59 am

    THE Prime Minister says Government may need to revisit the Environmental Management Authority (EMA) act as people in this country use it to obstruct development, rather than help it. The misuse of the act, he said, has robbed TT of projects including Sandals Resorts and an aluminium smelter plant. Dr Rowley made the comment at a post-Cabinet […]

  • Enforce health regulations for food vendors
    by Newsday on June 14, 2024 at 3:28 am

    THE EDITOR: I write to express my deep concern about the increasing numbers of vendors selling fried plaintain. While I understand that these vendors are trying to earn a living, there is a significant public health issue that needs to be addressed. According to regulations, anyone selling food to the public must apply for and obtain a food badge […]

  • Ode to Joslynne Carr-Sealey
    by Newsday on June 14, 2024 at 3:26 am

    THE EDITOR: To celebrate the life and legacy of my mother, Joslynne Carr-Sealey (March 31, 1935-July 14, 2023), and in loving memory of her, I have written an ode about her life. A mother, a daughter A child of life. A teacher, an adjudicator And for a time, a wife. A sister, a cousin And a friend who was dear. Keeping in touch […]

  • Portrait of the economy
    by Paolo Kernahan on June 14, 2024 at 3:26 am

    Paolo Kernahan THE PM was back to his typical fiery form in Parliament. In a spirited rebuttal of the Opposition Leader’s claims about a collapsed economy, Rowley said rather cryptically, “She knows her time is near…” I’ve been trying to figure out what that means. Is there a political rung below the opposition benches? The only fate […]

  • Rowley honoured at T20 World Cup match
    by Jelani Beckles on June 14, 2024 at 3:25 am

    THE Prime Minister was presented with a West Indies t-shirt and a cricket bat after the first innings of the International Cricket Council T20 World Cup match between West Indies and New Zealand at the Brian Lara Cricket Academy in Tarouba on June 12. President of Cricket West Indies Dr Kishore Shallow made the presentation to Dr Rowley. Rowley, […]

  • Pooran edges Gayle, becomes leading run-scorer for WI in T20s
    by Roneil Walcott on June 14, 2024 at 3:23 am

    STAR wicket-keeper/batsman Nicholas Pooran became the leading run-scorer for West Indies in the Twenty/20 format on June 12 during his innings of 17 against New Zealand in the 2024 International Cricket Council (ICC) men's T20 World Cup at the Brian Lara Cricket Academy, Tarouba. Pooran, 28, a former limited overs captain for the West Indies, […]

  • 'Park and ride' scheme for World Cup cricket being re-evaluated
    by Rishard Khan on June 14, 2024 at 3:23 am

    LOCAL organisers of the ICC Cricket World Cup are re-evaluating the park-and-ride system after what many are calling Wednesday night's disastrous and chaotic experience at the Brian Lara Cricket Academy. The system provided free shuttles for some 14,000 patrons to and from the Brian Lara Cricket Academy from South Park Mall in Tarouba, Paria […]

  • Sherfane Rutherford's process leads to 'best-ever' knock
    by Roneil Walcott on June 14, 2024 at 3:23 am

    WEST INDIES middle-order batsman Sherfane Rutherford said trusting the process and backing his ability to score boundaries at the back end contributed to his match-winning knock against New Zealand at the Brian Lara Cricket Academy (BLCA), Tarouba on June 12. The powerful left-hander scored 68 not out off 39 balls as the 2024 International […]

  • Playing with death
    by Newsday on June 14, 2024 at 3:22 am

    “WHO BADDER than who” is, it seems, the pre-eminent item on the curriculums of the nation’s secondary schools these days, alongside other syllabus sub-headings such as “who have more brands than who” and “who could fight better than who.” Or at least this is the view of grieving parent Andy Lashley, whose 15-year-old son Christian […]

  • Government doing good job with the economy
    by Newsday on June 14, 2024 at 3:22 am

    THE EDITOR: I took the opportunity to look at the debate on the Finance (Supplementary Appropriation) (Financial Year 2024) Bill. Finance Minister Colm Imbert made many valid points and gave a detailed explanation of the Government's reasoning for putting the bill forward. He intelligently and quite simply explained the fluctuations […]


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