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Saturday, July 2, 2022


Candlelight vigil in memory of Keithisha, Andrea

One year after the body of Andrea Bharatt was found in the Heights of Aripo, her family returned to the area and laid a...

CSME and ME Regional Opportunities for Women and the Youth

The CARICOM Single Market and Economy (CSME), was approved in 1989, by the Conference of Heads of Government to create a single economic space...

Mighty Trini, Terri Lyons lament plight of artistes at virtual tent

[email protected] Robert “Mighty Trini” Elias has revealed that he contracted the COVID-19 virus and made a full recovery last November into December. Only recently...

Nalini uses art to positively contribute to others

[email protected] Nalini “Roshell” Singh, self-taught artist for eight years, said she’s best known for possessing a unique capability to transform a variety of miniature mediums...

Shazzie, chutney soca’s newest star

Newcomer to the Chutney Soca Monarch (CSM) Shazeena “Shazzie” Ramsumair, 27, hopes to leave a lasting impact during her maiden performance. Shazzie has been singing...

Digicel brings Christmas cheer for children in Tamana and Barataria

Last week 550 children from Tamana and Barataria received toys and goodies as part of Digicel Foundation’s #sharemore Christmas initiative. Martin’s Taxi Service...

Shurwayne releases feter’s anthem

There was no major strategy for what unfolds in the world of soca on this day, Boxing Day. The only goal had been to...

Christmas Village at Flanagin Town

Shastri Boodan Clive Teemul, 54, and his family have been spreading Yuletide cheer in the rural communities of Brasso Venado and Flanagin Town in...

A heartwarming story for children

The debut children’s book Grandma’s Song: A Children’s Book About Memory Loss And The Gift Of Music was written by daughter of the soil,...

Christmas spirit alive at Flaming Word

Despite the dark cloud that continues to loom over the globe due to COVID-19 and more so the Omicron variant, a bright star shone...


Nightmare at Gran Riviere

Parts of North-East Trinidad are reeling from the effects of this week's inclement weather. Residents in Gran Riviere and Matelot are suffering from more than just one natural disaster.

Rich Plain speaks after PCA report released

Residents in Rich Plain Diego Martin are calling for an apology from the Police Commissioner (Ag) after the Police Complaints Authority referred its report to the Director of Public Prosecutions.

Final farewell to football’s David John-Williams

Former TTFA president, David John-Williams, was laid to rest at the St Paul's R.C church in Couva, on Thursday 30 June 2022.

WASA workers stage pre-emptive protest

WASA workers staged a midday protest on Thursday 30 June 2022, as a pre-emptive strike, based on a rumour that 600 employees are to be retrenched in restructuring exercises.

WASA sabotaged by copper thieves

Over forty thousand people in south Trinidad were without water on Thursday 30 June 2022, after copper thieves sabotaged equipment at a WASA booster station in Fyzabad.