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What foods boost your energy?

T&T Heart Foundation For some of us, coming out of the holiday season and into the new year can be a drag. Establishing your New...

Tourism Trinidad tours hotel sites and attractions in sector assessment initiative

Tourism Trinidad Limited (TTL), led by its recently appointed Chief Executive Officer Kurtis Rudd, has embarked on a series of “door-to-door” hotel and sites and attractions visits, as part of efforts to get a clear picture of the pandemic’s impact on the sector.

‘Mass formation psychosis’: Unfounded theory used to dismiss COVID measures

An unfounded theory taking root online suggests millions of people have been “hypnotized” into believing mainstream ideas about COVID-19, including steps to combat it such as testing and vaccination.

Coronavirus dampens Christmas joy in biblical Bethlehem

The biblical town of Bethlehem is gearing up for its second straight Christmas Eve hit by the coronavirus -- with small crowds and gray, gloomy weather dampening celebrations Friday in the traditional birthplace of Jesus.

Ministry celebrates new ‘Christmas Baby’ centenarian

Gibbs Kerr, who celebrates his 100th birthday on December 24th, 2021, and to celebrate the milestone, his children hosted a small celebration at his Wallenvale Road, Guaico, Sangre Grande home.

bmobile supports youth hydroponics initiative in Morvant

Several young people in the Second Caledonia community in Morvant will now have new avenues for employment and even self-employment, with their participation in a special hydroponics agriculture programme conducted by Core Foundation, which is supported by bmobile and the bmobile Foundation.

Asa Wright and HADCO partner to ensure 2022 reopening

After its closure to the public almost two years ago, the Asa Wright Nature Centre (AWNC) plans to reopen its doors in 2022 with a new partner, HADCO Limited.

5 ways to upgrade your Trini Christmas menu(according to the professionals)

Christmas is literally right around the corner so, if you’re looking for some ideas on how to upgrade Christmas lunch, I've got you!

UNESCO adds Haiti’s freedom soup to cultural heritage list

The United Nations cultural agency (UNESCO) has added Joumou Soup – Haiti’s national symbol of freedom from slavery – to its intangible heritage list, saying the soup is “so much more than just a dish”.

Powers the PDP-led THA will have & powers they will not

With the Progressive Democratic Patriots having won Monday's Tobago House of Assembly (THA) elections, the party will form a new executive that will govern...


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...

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...

Piarco Airport ruling

A major update to the Piarco Airport corruption cases and this is separate from the Miami case involving Attorney General Reginald Armour....

Diego Martin woman killed by a stray bullet

The husband of a Diego Martin woman killed last evening from a stray bullet is asking for justice. Soogrim Dave Harry said...