Trinidad & Tobago Guardian Online
May 24th, 2018 is now a historic day in Barbados, after that country elected Mia Amor Mottley, political leader of the Barbados Labour Party (BLP), as its first female Prime Minister yesterday.
For more than a decade producer Lydon Ross has been staging beauty pageants and with lots of experience under his belt will host screening for mothers tomorrow at Capital Plaza, Lower Frederick...
It promises to be the perfect family outing for everyone, including children five years and over.
Kianna Llewellyn and Janika Jordan picked up multiple medals in their respective age-groups to help Port-of-Spain dominate the Atlantic National Primary Schools Championships.
Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley, Minister of Foreign and Caricom Affairs Dennis Moses and Minister in the Office of the Prime Minister Stuart Young attended a meeting yesterday at BHP’s head office...
Central will go into today's title match of the Senior Interzone T&T Cricket Board (TTCB) 50 Overs Tournament, against South East missing four key players including skipper Denesh Ramdin.
ASJA Primary School continued its winning ways in the Atlantic National Primary Schools cricket league when the team got the better of St.
“The campaign is over we need to get back to work.”
Politics, as practised in T&T, is as destructive a force as the hurricanes which annually blow through the Caribbean.
One of newly-sworn in Barbados Prime Minister Mia Mottley’s biggest ‘unofficial’ supporters, international pop star Rihanna, yesterday congratulated her on her achievement.
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