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Much commendation should go to John Bell for his excellent dissertations on the approach needed to turn around the ailing hospitality industry. Gregory Aboud has also highlighted the need for improvements at our airports, particularly ANR Robinson in Tobago, and better sensitivity training for our immigration personnel. Comment?
Depression is common. It affects so many people that it is referred to as the "common cold" of mental illness. Comment?
The DQ system announced August 1 that in the next five years the chain will open 24 additional locations in five Caribbean countries. The stores will serve DQ treats and a full range of menu items including the brand's signature GrillBurgers, chicken strip baskets, chicken sandwiches and a variety of salads, sandwiches and the full DQ Bakes! menu, which includes nine hot-from-the-oven and made-to-order items. Comment?
Trinbago Knight Riders captain Dwayne Bravo waves to the crowd after his team lifted the 2015 CPL title at the Queen's Park Oval. Guardian senior cricket reporter Vinode Mamchan takes an inside look at the six teams that are vying for regional honours in this year's Caribbean Professional League which bowls-off on Wednesday with the defending champions - Trinbago Knight Riders hosting the St Lucia Zouks at the Queen's Park Oval. Comment?
Relatives of the five T&T nationals detained in Venezuela become emotional outside the Diplomatic Centre, St Ann's, as they call for their release during yesterday's meeting between Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro and Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley. PHOTO: MARCUS GONZALES This was one of the issues Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro, Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley and Dillon discussed yesterday during bilateral talks between both countries at the Diplomatic Centre, St Ann's. Comment?
Agriculture Minister Clarence Rambharat is presented with a token by Astrida Saunders, co-proprietor of the Cocoa Pod, at Tuesday's launch of the establishment on Gordon Street, Port-of-Spain. Looking on are Wayne Cezair, co-proprietor of the Cocoa Pod, left, and Camille Rambharat, wife of the minister. Comment?
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