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Last Saturday, 24 Trinbagonian singers, songwriters, and bands performed before a live audience and a panel of international music executives for a spot in MusicTT’s Artiste Portfolio Development...
"Safety and prosperity". These are the two things that Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley wishes for the country for Christmas.
Residents living in the deep southern community of Avocat in Fyzabad were treated to a free cultural performance courtesy the Indian High Commission recently.
Roots Fever, the event to usher in The Normandie’s 2018 Under The Trees Carnival Programme on Sunday, January 13, will be another celebration of the music and the man Pelham Goddard.
Woodland Sports club captured the 2017 Bert’s Sports Centre Island-wide Over 40/ 50 T20 title after an exciting win over Munroe Road Masters at Lange Park recently.
While many see the death of 15-year-old Isaac Simmons as poetic justice for robbing the home of a Republic Bank manager on Thursday, his short life has been riddled with bad influence, poor...
The Trinidad and Tobago Cricket Board (TTCB) is about to see red, as they are heading down a road of financial crisis, after two major sources of income has been cut.
The Government is yet to outline any specific plans to address its growing debt to contractors.
What a better way to end off the year than an evening spent with family and friends than at Believe New Year’s gala concert special. Clean and affordable entertainment for the entire family.
“We’ll get a new house so we could start a new life and be happy.” Those were the words of 11-year-old Akel Alexander yesterday after his grandmother collected her allocations package from the...
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