Republic Journal

In Full Flight

Over the weekend, while I was enjoying the sunshine and cool seasonal breezes we've been getting, relieved that the heavy rains had stopped – a petit careme that would bring some more relief to the flood victims across the islands – I looked up and noticed an impressive flock of birds.

Evaluating the latest Outturns from the Energy and Non-energy Sectors

According to the latest available information from the Central Statistical Office (CSO), the economy expanded by 1.9 percent in 2018, after contracting by 6.5 percent and 1.9 percent in 2016 and 2017, respectively.

Interests vs. Values

The greatest test of an organisation or individual’s core values is when a choice between one’s values and one’s interest is required. It is very easy to document and preach core values which are laudable in intent.

Making the Most of Digital Tools for Banking

Connected devices, like mobile phones, tablets and laptops, are dramatically reshaping our patterns of life and work in ways we haven’t seen since the 19th century, when the invention of the light bulb opened up our evenings and early mornings to all kinds of possibilities by allowing us to safely extend our hours of work, leisure and socialisation.

The Social Good Journey

If I asked you to take a journey that would ultimately result in a valuable contribution to the well being of our society and a rewarding experience for everyone involved, would you do it? What if I told you that you would be sure to stumble upon difficulties, disappointments and setbacks along the way, would that change your answer?

Planning and Innovation

On August 21, 2018 a 6.9 magnitude earthquake shook the islands of Trinidad and Tobago for almost two minutes; roads cracked like eggs, windows shattered, cars were crushed from falling brick and mortar and shelves caved, even the facade of our 200 year-old Cathedral Church of the Holy Trinity was damaged.


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