The Trinidad and Tobago Guardian is the longest running daily newspaper in the country, marking its centenary in 2017. The paper started life as the Trinidad Guardian on Sunday 2nd September 1917 by the newly formed Trinidad Publishing Company Limited.
The Guardian is also widely known as the best provider of financial and business news in the region, especially through its Business Guardian supplement, published weekly on Thursdays and Sundays.
The newspaper also publishes a number of regular and ad-hoc supplements with focus on Women, Children, Sports, Health, Jobs, Tourism, etc. It also provides regular SEA and CSEC exam practice tests for revision for primary and secondary school children in Trinidad and Tobago, playing a major role in helping pupils prepare for key tests and contribute to the country’s education.
Click on the respective links below to view CCLCS’s column published in the Guardian.