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Wednesday, June 29, 2022


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.

Can COVID-19 damage your brain?

This is what the research shows… The COVID-19 pandemic has now claimed as many lives as World War I, the Vietnam War, and the Korean...

Men and their Health: The Double-edged Sword

HEALTH PLUS MEDICAL CORRESPONDENT The month of November is important for the masculine being because it gathers several events that are important to men. ‘Movember’...

Trini woman excels in US

The Arkansas Business Publishing Group released a list of the top 40 professionals in the US state under the age of 40 in June....

Zakour re-elected as president of the Syrian Lebanese Women’s Association

According to the release, a key focus of the SLWA over the last year has been fighting hunger and feeding the nation.

“End inequalities. End AIDS. End pandemics.” – the rallying cry for...

This week, UNAIDS issued a stark warning that if leaders fail to tackle inequalities the world could face 7.7 million AIDS-related deaths over the next 10 years.

Ayannah Fleming: Finding Freedom

In 2018, attorney Ayannah Fleming packed her bags and jetted off to Nicaragua on a two-week adventure as part of a travel experience called...

The Family Backup Plan: When COVID-19 Enters a Busy Household

The 2020-2021 school year ended last week and now families are doing some serious juggling––managing the school vacation, trying to work from home and...

Winners of ministry’s ICT poster contest get their prizes

The winners of an ICT Poster Competition hosted by the Disability Affairs Unit (DAU) of the Ministry of Social Development and Family Services, recently got their prizes, after sharing their visions of how ICT could make society more inclusive for persons with disabilities.

Hang Jack debuts at ttff Friday

Sex trafficking is both a taboo subject and one that almost every citizen of this country has witnessed in one form or the other....



First Citizens launches Additional Public Offering

First Citizens has launched an Additional Public Offering (APO) of shares at an offer price of TT$50.00 per share. This is the same price...

Business Watch: Polygraph tests going for as much as $3500 as spouses hunt cheating...

In Business Watch, people are willing to spend significant sums of money to find out if their partners are faithful. Amalgamated security...

Tobago ready and waiting

Chief Secretary Farley Augustine is calling for calm ahead of the impending adverse weather expected to sweep across the island. Following a...

MET director under investigation

At a time when the weather is in the spotlight, the head of the meteorological services is now under investigation. The public utilities...

Green Thumb Tuesdays: Fish farming

A local farmer is inches away from producing fish feed utilizing waste material on a commercial level. Standing in the way of...