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Sadly, though hardly unsurprisingly, the 8th Summit of the Americas hosted in Peru last week came and went with precious little fanfare out of Port-of-Spain.
The three T&T fishermen who were recently released by Venezuelan authorities will return home today, according to a Venezuelan-based relative who has promised to bring them to T&T.
Count on the musical director of the UWI Arts Guitar Ensemble, Anthony Williams, to keep things cheerful and lively whenever his charges appear before a largely knowledgeable audience.
Two religious leaders are urging calm in the country following Justice Devindra Rampersad’s ruling last week in which he declared two clauses of the buggery legislation unconstitutional.
“Do something good for the country…and they still find a way to be negative smh (shaking my head) Trinidadians.”
Government expects a “slew” of objections to upcoming valuation of land exercises and has proposed a tribunal to handle objections, says Minister in the Ministry of Finance Allyson West.
Despite National Security Minister Edmund Dillon telling the Parliament on Tuesday that Cedros fishermen Awardnath Hajarie, his son Nicholas and colleague Shami Seepersad were expected to return...
KINGSTON—Renowned regional academic Professor Sir Hilary Beckles said it was critical cricket’s world governing body, the International Cricket Council, heeded the call of the Caribbean community...
In celebration of Alta’s 25th anniversary, Alta students around the country were asked to write about the impact the organisation has had on their lives.
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