Vernon Khelawan

July 1, 2020

From printer’s ink to planting pak choi

By Vernon Khelawan, vkmoose@gmail.com The COVID-19 three-month lockdown has had a number of diverse and strange results. Imagine me, a journalist of more than 60 years, […]
May 12, 2020

Wait and see – life in the ‘new normal’

By Vernon Khelawan, vkmoose@gmail.com Scientists and thousands of medical professionals are still puzzled over the speed of infections by this devastating coronavirus, fully cognisant that a […]
April 16, 2020

The microbe, love, and hope

By Vernon Khelawan, vkmoose@gmail.com Life, as we know it, in Trinidad and Tobago today or even yesterday, has been turned upside down; inside out and probably […]
March 13, 2020

Kareem was truly special

By Vernon Khelawan, vkmoose@gmail.com This column is a tribute to my younger sister, Barbara, of whom I am very proud, for the love, care, dedication, courage, […]
February 13, 2020

Mas today nothing to see

In one week, Trinidad and Tobago will go crazy, literally. The streets will be filled with almost naked women, topless men all dancing, gyrating and doing […]
January 17, 2020

Buckled up for Flight #2020

Recently I came across a news item in a daily paper of a report prepared by the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) highlighting the most corrupt countries […]