Friday September 19th View All →

Ministry of Arts and Multiculturalism launches “Blueprint” for Carnival 2015

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(Photo courtesy: www.islandmix.com) Trinidad and Tobago has officially launched the draft model of the “Blueprint” of Carnival for use by other countries. The 47-page glossy publication, titled “Carnival–Trinidad and Tobago Style– The Blueprint (Draft)”, was presented to the public earlier today by the Ministry of Arts and Multiculturalism, at the Hyatt Regency, Port of Spain. [...]

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New World’s Biggest Onion is an eye-watering sight

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    Whopper: The onion took almost a year to grow (Picture: Cascade News)   If you find chopping regular onions are rather tearful ordeal, then this monster vegetable would be sure to have you you crying bucketloads. Tony Glover’s mega-onion is an eye-watering 18lb 11oz and has catapulted him into the Guinness Book of World Records, outdoing the [...]

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Scotland Rejects Independence, Votes To Stay In The United Kingdom

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  Scotland’s First Minister Alex Salmond, looks on at a No campaigner during a walkabout in Ellon, Scotland, Thursday, Sept. 18, 2014. From the capital of Edinburgh to the far-flung Shetland Islands, Scots embraced a historic moment – and the rest of the United Kingdom held its breath – after voters turned out in unprecedented [...]

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Thursday September 18 View All →

CURACAO COACH RATES T&T HIGHLY AFTER 4-0 RESULT

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TTFF: Curacao head coach Henry Caldera described Trinidad and Tobago as the best team in the tournament after the hosts came away comfortable 4-0 winners in their second match of the Caribbean Under 20 Championship at the Hasely Crawford Stadium on Sunday night. Caldera was speaking during the post-match press conference when he said he [...]

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Pm writes Dr Kublalsingh RE hunger strike

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17 September 2014Dear Wayne, As you have publicly announced your intention to once again embark upon a hunger strike I am moved to write you on the futility of such self-destructive action even as the case you have filed is before the Courts for adjudication. While you feel compelled to express your views and demonstrate [...]

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Wednesday September 17th View All →

The number of ebola cases could double every three weeks

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A area that was used to treat Ebola virus patients forming part of the Lumley Government Hospital, where medical doctor Olivet Buck worked before contracting the Ebola virus and passing away on Saturday near the city of Freetown, Sierra Leone, Monday, Sept. 15, 2014. Sierra Leone accused the World Health Organization on Monday of being [...]

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Temporary Traffic Disruption on the Diego Martin Highway

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The Ministry of Works and Infrastructure wishes to advise the public of the following works along the Southbound Lanes of theDiego Martin Highway from Morne Coco Road toWestern Main Road and along the Western Main Road from the Diego Martin Highway to Powder Magazine Phase 1: Installation of Retro-reflective Road Studs/Cat Eyes – Starting on Wednesday 17th September 2014 from9am to 4pm and expected to continue for 10 days. These works are [...]

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