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One determined man or woman can change everything. From the current US president to the first prime minister of Trinidad & Tobago, examples abound. But was Derek Walcott such a one?
Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley yesterday urged parents of children attending St Barb’s Government Primary School to get more involved in their children’s lives in a bid to mold them into becoming...
The inaugural IT Expo held last Saturday morning at the Lok Jack Graduate Business School was a bit of a curiosity.
“Songshine was a kind of miracle. I was lucky enough to be part of making it happen.” — Gillian Moor
England-based Kwandwane Browne scored a quick fire penalty-corner double as T&T “Calypso Stickmen” punished Switzerland 6-2 for their first win in Pool B of the eight-team International Hockey...
Jeminise Parris’ Collegiate athletic career continues to thrive in the United States of America, as the T&T hurdler struck gold twice at the Puma Outdoor Invitational/Distance in the Dark meet...
A man who spent 11 years in jail on a murder charge walked free yesterday because the State could not find three witnesses —including it’s main witness — to testify in the matter.
We know it well. Sitting on the grocery shelves in its trapezoid-shaped can with the other goods, corned beef has sustained many a Trini when things got lean.
The T&T Football Association (TTFA) yesterday announced a new contract agreement with members of the national senior women’s team.
Poets, as most Trinidadians know, are people who write words that rhyme or, if they’re really good poets, don’t.
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