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Wednesday, June 29, 2022


Creating a Climate Resilient T&T

During COP26 countries were asked to reflect on the agreements they might have signed onto for climate action, such as the Paris...

UNAIDS says it’s time to #endAIDSCaribbean

At the end of 2020, UNAIDS estimates that 18% of people living with HIV in the Caribbean were unaware of their status. Of those who were diagnosed, almost one in five (18%) did not start treatment.

“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.

UN: “Orange the World: End Violence Against Women Now”

Today, 25th November, as the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women and Girls is observed, countries around the world are being called upon to “take immediate action to build a brighter future that is free from violence”.

Committed to Protecting our Natural Environment

Trinidad and Tobago’s topography is an extremely biodiverse expanse of flora and fauna that are world renowned for their unique characteristics. We...

T&T Manchester City fans get Official Supporters Club designation

Fans of Manchester City in Trinidad and Tobago who created their own virtual fan club, have been welcomed with open arms by the football franchise, and obtained “Official Supporters Club (OSC)” designation.

T&T war dead from WWI and WWII honoured in Belgium

Ten persons who lost their lives during the First World War (WWI) and the Second World War (WWII), who either were born in Trinidad and Tobago or had family connections here, were remembered and honoured recently as the T&T Embassy to the Kingdom of Belgium joined with that country to commemorate the 103rd Anniversary of the signing of the armistice on 11 November 1918, which ended the First World War—on the “eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the eleventh month” in 1918.

Good COP, bad COP? Takeaways from the new UN climate deal

After two years of preparation and 13 days of tough talks, did negotiators at the U.N. climate meeting in Glasgow save the planet? In short: no.

Stepping up efforts to mitigate climate change

As the world prepares for further climate emergencies, T&T is poised to make an increased effort to mitigate its own impact on climate change and emissions.

Gas station attendant gets support from NP

Aaiden Eugene, a young gas station attendant who captured the country’s heart with his inspirational story of how he was putting himself through tertiary education by working part time, has received some additional support towards his degree goal from his employer, National Petroleum Marketing Company Limited (NP).


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...