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Clinical therapist urges mental health focus in rebuilding in a post-pandemic...

According to Hanif Benjamin, this country has what it takes to come out of the COVID-19 pandemic even stronger than before. He warns, however, that if we fail to take seriously the lessons learnt during this challenging time, we would have failed.

Tobago URP women learn about bra and breast health

More than 50 participants of the Women’s Programme in the Tobago Unemployment Relief Programme (URP) had the opportunity to learn more about their breast and bra health from Ora Gordon, Bra and Breast Health Educator and Entrepreneur, in a workshop held on Wednesday 16 March 2022.

Blind youth seeks help to fix delipidated house

Ramkissoon said he has lived alone since his father died last year and does not earn an income. He gets a small disability grant from the Government that is barely enough to pay the utility bills and purchase food.

NESC is ‘Breaking the Bias’ in the energy sector

Women with professional experience in engineering make up more than half of the lecturers in the drilling operations programme at the National Energy Skills Centre (NESC). In addition, two of NESC’s welding instructors are women.

U.S. Embassy Port of Spain flies Black Lives Matter Flag in...

A release from the Embassy says the BLM flag will fly over the Embassy for the remainder of Black History Month.

UTT and NCIC Sign MoU to strengthen East Indian cultural identity...

The University of Trinidad and Tobago (UTT) has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the National Council of Indian Culture (NCIC) to help strengthen the cultural identity of the East Indian diaspora in Trinidad and Tobago.

ARROW Foundation offers solutions for literacy regression due to pandemic

Managing Director of the ARROW Foundation, Christopher Bonterre, says the pandemic conditions have had an impact on children’s literacy and learning skills, hence the need for the remedial learning ARROW is now offering.

Gruff is back home and safe

The beloved Macaw from Diego Martin was reunited with his family just after 7:30 pm on Monday.

Transition = Reinvention

The Caribbean has great projects and ideas to turn the region into a renewable energy powerhouse and meet its commitments towards net-zero carbon emissions...

Trini flies TT flag high during Black Lives Matter protests

One of the focal points of the Black Lives Matter (BLM) protests which gripped the world for several months in 2020 was a two...


Mother says her son was not involved in criminal activities

The mother of one of the men killed in maracas over the weekend is tonight denying that her son was involved in...

Two of the three survivors from Saturday’s police shooting released

Two of the three survivors from Saturday's police shooting in Port of Spain have been released from police custody. Now despite police...

Family of Leonardo Williams speaks

The family of Leonardo Williams, one of the men killed by police on Saturday morning felt the protests reflect the community's disgust...

Trini boy gets Commonwealth award

Trinidadian 11-year-old Daniel Rajkumar, 11, received a Silver Award in the “Queen’s Commonwealth Essay Competition 2021” hosted by the Royal Commonwealth Society, England. Rajkumar...

Sinkhole spews sewage in South

A sinkhole, spewing sewage has left residents of one HDC Community in San Fernando living in fear. They say apart from health...