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Feminist Activist to Chair Equal Opportunity Commission

To place a radical feminist like Lynette Seebaran Suite in charge of Equal Opportunity Commission is like putting the Fox in charge of the henhouse. Social norms today dictate that that all emphasis be placed on women’s rights and the rights of girls. 1,348 more words


Just Pondering Part 777

Currently, we are in the rainy season in The Republic of Trinidad and Tobago and when it rains, some parts of the country are flooded by large volumes of water. 185 more words


Trinidad and Tobago Celebrates 52nd Independence Anniversary with Constitutional Reform

Trinidad and Tobago will celebrate its 52nd political independence from Great Britain on Sunday, August 31, 2014.

This year will be a historic one for the country as Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar is moving to implement constitutional reform for what she said is the People’s Partnership (PP) administration policy agenda for development and progress. 196 more words


Diary of a mothering worker. August 27, 2014

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At Pan on the D Avenue on Saturday night, there were people of all kinds and ages. There were few bars selling alcohol, none lining the pavements. 579 more words

Momentous Trivialities: Diary Of A Mothering Worker

Sunrise & Sunset in Trinidad & Tobago

 I am a sucker for a beautiful sunset and sunrise. Lately I have been witnessing some amazing sunset and sunrise in Trinidad and Tobago. There are points during my run in the mornings where I literally have to stop and capture the moment.  47 more words

Just Pondering Part 775

In The Republic of Trinidad and Tobago, we have some rather unusual traditions that are being passed from one generation to the next; one of them being: if you are going to pick a fruit, flower, leaf, etcetera, from off of a tree after 6:00PM, you are supposed to wake up the tree by hitting it with a stick (Which I believe is, totally weird). 252 more words


Raymond: T&T in danger of repeating housing mistakes

The Trinidad and Tobago Guardian published an interview with Afra Raymond in the 25 August edition of the newspaper.

Recent reports that the HDC housing waiting list has reached 200,000 have thrown up questions about strategies for land usage, housing design and urban planning in T&T. 93 more words

Property Matters