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T&T EXPRESS STALLS AT
SEA ON RETURN
What should have been a two and
a half hour journey to Tobago turned
into a five-hour ordeal for passengers
who travelled on the T&T Express
Chanka Ramkhalawan Wait till
Easter weekend, it will hit the fan.
Candace Ess Dem boats tired now.
Time for some new ones while those
could get a good service or put to
Christopher O'Connor Just before
Carnival the Express got a good
service and clean and now it giving
trouble, like wth, but then again, as
they sent the foreign crew home
and put locals to sail it it start giving
Junior Wickham Hmmmmm, the
spirits are at work, nothing seems to
be going right.
Anil Nanan A four- hour journey
has become the norm for those " fast"
ferries a while now, however, it's been
getting worse since the contract with
Bay Ferries was terminated.
Divine Lewis Tenille Tamara Kathy
Katz Good thing we going by plane.
Kenny Supersad Get a foreign
partner to build a bridge from Toco to
Tobago and charge a toll.
Sian Gonzales Mikel Allen Is best
we really don't go Bago, lol.
Easter goods turned away
from cargo ship
Truckloads of goods destined to
Tobago were turned away yesterday
leaving scores of angry drivers who
had confirmed tickets to board the
Super Fast Galicia.
Azard R Mohammed Thought the
Minister was on record as saying all
systems were in place for the long
Christopher O'Connor The issue
has nothing to do with just PNM
alone cuz since the boat reach
Trinidad and started sailing there was
problem, and at that time the PP was
in power. Why ppl always quick to
jump on government so. But anyway,
the issue with that boat goes further
and deeper than the government and
the port authority. From working on
that boat I can say this.
Crime woes troubling PM
Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley is
describing Trinidad and Tobago as
a "violent and lawless society" and
admitting that there is "no area in
crime fighting" he is satisfied with
as chairman of the National Security
Allison Reid So there's no way
they could come up with some
solutions to curb the lawlessness on
the island? That's sad that they have
these people controlling things.
John Mandu Creative descriptions
aren't curbing crime.
Andrew James Dillon can't be
responsible for crimes, what about
the parents and education system
who are responsible for children?
Dennis Harrinanan Violent and
lawless....I wonder how it got so?
Markus Rodgers You are right
King Rowley. Nobody can really stop
crime but the criminals themselves.
They are lazy people looking for
an easy life. Just buck up on the
apprehension rate and hope that
deters criminals from doing further
Shirl Julian Solving of crime is not
just a government issue, it starts
with each citizen especially those
who harbour them in their homes.
We as a people have to change our
mindset and some parents need to
train their kids the right way and stop
encouraging them in doing all the
wrong things which lead down the
road of criminal activities. Also, all
that going on in our country and the
world today is sign of the last days.
Melina Hutchinson How can
anyone change the mentality of evil,
blood thirsty monsters?? Just look at
the two young boys who charged for
chopping up the old man into pieces
and threw his head into a latrine pit.
Just look at the man who killed his
wife, dumped her body in a latrine pit
and then stabbed his baby more than
14 times, throwing the body into a
river. They committed those crimes
with a knife, not a gun.
Man shot dead reading
The daylight murder of a Maracas/
St Joseph man triggered anger
among residents yesterday who
linked the crime to the lack of order in
the criminal underworld.
Neil Mohammed "No order since
they kill the boss." I will say no more.
Richard Sant People vex criminals
don't have their act together. So sad.
Loretta Ruth So u expect there to
be order in de criminal underworld?
Roger Alexander There is order in
the criminal underworld...someone
is giving it (the order) and someone
carrying it out.
Melina Hutchinson Who is capable
of bringing order to the criminal
world when white collar crime
is responsible for most of these
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