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The name Leon Coldero is a strong one on the Caribbean entertainment landscape. For years, Coldero has given music lovers hits that cross genres and create the perfect atmosphere for enjoyment.
GEORGETOWN—Jason Mohammed completed his seventh first class hundred but there was little joy for Trinidad and Tobago Red Force as Guyana Jaguars needed a mere 45 deliveries to pull off an innings...
Obstetrician Dr Sherene Kalloo reminded colleagues that while medicine can be a lucrative field, they must have compassion and caring for their patients.
Trinidad-born Kynaston McShine, an audacious museum curator who organised some of the most influential contemporary art exhibitions of the late 20th century, died on January 8, in Manhattan.
Chairman of the Caribbean Prestige Foundation (CPF) Peter Scoon has said that this year’s offerings for the International Soca Monarch are “quality songs” but some of the big players have chosen...
Local youth basketballers Ty Warwick of Spartans TT and Carrisa Ramdial of Club Enterprise were chosen to attend a week-long training session in Washington, USA in May.
President of the University of T&T Professor Sarim Al-Zubaidy said he has no other motive but making the university sustainable for decades to come.
Last week, this country bade farewell to a former president, Professor George Maxwell Richards, and elected a woman, Justice Paula-Mae Weekes, to this country’s highest office for the first time...
President-elect Paula-Mae Weekes would have to wait until June of 2019 to occupy President’s House in St Ann’s.
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