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Monday, January 17, 2022


Peace Pole installed in capital city

on Tuesday 21st September 2021, the capital observed International Peace Day with the unveiling of a Peace Pole in front of the statute of world-famous cricketer Brian Lara, on the Brian Lara Promenade.

Bocas Lit launches loyalty programme

“There Is No Bocas Without You!” is the slogan of Friends of Bocas Lit Fest, the new loyalty programme launched by the Bocas Lit...

Short documentary to be screened at ttff

Trinidad Carnival and New Orleans Mardi Gras are very different but share some related traditions. Anyone wanting a window into the vibrant tradition of...

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....

Five things to do this upcoming long weekend

If you are looking for some ideas, here are five things to do this long weekend.

99 not out: Pioneering local activist Nesta Patrick celebrates a milestone

[email protected] On August 29, Nesta Bonaparte Patrick, a distinguished educator, social worker and the oldest surviving member of the T&T Association for the Hearing Impaired...

Planning Ministry conducts national study on home healthcare waste disposal

The Ministry of Planning and Development has embarked on a national study to answer the question: In the ongoing global pandemic are home healthcare wastes handled in a safe and environmentally sound manner in Trinidad and Tobago?

Powering through with the Olympian Mindset

Athletes get far on physical ability, but what separates the truly elite from the rest is how they use their minds. Having a strong...

3 Trini poets awarded major literary honour for India’s Independence Day

Three Trinidadian poets have been declared recipients of India’s Independence Day Literary Honour for 2021 by Motivational Strips, the world’s most active writers’ forum and Gujarat Sahitya Academy, literary body under Government of India.

Scotiabank helps families, children’s and special needs homes grow their own...

Some 10,000 households in southern Trinidad and numerous children’s and special needs homes across the country are eating healthier and spending less on food, thanks to a seedling distribution initiative supported by the Scotiabank Foundation, which helped them set up their own kitchen gardens and grow boxes.



Scotland Yard reopens murder case against 2 Trini brothers

[email protected] Fifty-two years ago, Trinidadian brothers Nizamodeen and Arthur Hosein were charged and convicted for kidnapping and murdering an Australian woman in England. The body of...

Scotland Yard reopens 52-year-old murder case involving two Trinidad men

Scotland Yard investigators have reopened a 52-year-old case involving two Trinidadian men who kidnapped an Australian woman in London. One of the...

Social media activist among 11 arrested in health walk

A health walk billed “Push Back Two” that attracted hundreds— including children—came to an abrupt end on Sunday after police used tear gas to...

Man in Jenny's 'sour deal' lawsuit convicted for trying to defraud US company of...

Anthony Sancho, named along with NGC Chairman Conrad Enill as one of the defendants in a $1.8 m civil lawsuit brought by businesswoman Jennifer...

63-year-old hiker, Primnath Gokool has been found

Gokool got lost around 4pm on Sunday in Chaguaramas when he hiked to the plane crash site after reaching the Tracking Station...