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Features

Training for World Cup of Pan

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[email protected] It’s termed The World Cup of Pan, and the PanoGrama 2021 instalment slated to begin on May 7 at 8 pm on Facebook, Instagram...

Blind community wants access to books

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Calls are being made for a Memorandum of Understanding to be signed with the Attorney General and several other agencies to allow for the legal conversion of 700,000 books for the blind and disabled community.

Bobby and Sally Ackbarali…Collectible dolls came out of COVID darkness

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Move over Barbie! Trini-born pageant and ballroom gown gurus, Bobby and Sally Ackbarali have created their own line of collectible fashion dolls. And with...

Patriot and pioneer of the fine arts…SONNYLAL’S SECRET TREASURE TROVE

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A secret treasure trove of sculptures, paintings and prints, crafted by the hands of renowned artist Sonnylal Rambissoon has been unveiled for the first...

A call to stop Marital Rape

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Faced with continued attacks against women, the moderator of the Presbyterian Church, Reverend Joy Abdul-Mohan, is calling for an end to marital rape, which she says is responsible for unwanted pregnancies.

Kids strengthening reading skills as pandemic continues

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COVID-19 has allowed students more reading time, so some schools are offering opportunities and incentives for reading—reading just for fun, that is.

GBV victims’ confession and permission needed for clinical intervention

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Two of this country’s leading psychiatrists say there were still too many women not admitting they are being abused, which can be counter-productive in the fight to eliminate violence against women.

Activist on gender-based violence: Hurting people, hurt people

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President of the Organisation for Abused and Battered Individuals (OABI), Sherna Alexander-Benjamin, said there were various factors, enabling a person to harm another.

23 bags of garbage picked up from South beaches

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RADHICA DE [email protected] Inlets along the southern Coasts of Trinidad are inundated with litter and councillor for Palo Seco,...

Mission Giveback shares groceries and computer tablets

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The 1st Choice Family Services (1stCFS) of the USA recently handed out thousands of dollars’ worth of school supplies, toys and food, to families and homeless individuals in Trinidad, who needed it the most during the Yuletide season.

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Impact bins placed at dangerous Debe roundabout

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Impact bins and other safety features are being rolled out by the ministry of works and transport at the Gandhi Village roundabout...

Jacob: 84 arrests made for illegal scrap iron

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In just a few months, the acting police commissioner says one hundred and 84 people have been arrested in connection with illegally trading...

Crossing the Line – Part 2

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On Sunday (7 August 2022), CNC3 brought you part one of this special report about a contentious land dispute in the Piparo...

Las Cuevas family facing eviction

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In a matter of hours...a Las Cuevas family will be on the streets... Cherry-Ann Cox, a mother of three...

St Jude’s Home staff seek protection from residents

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Caregivers at the St Jude's Home for Girls are begging the state for protection after a worker was attacked by residents on...