Zoomers Association of Trinidad and Tobago in Canada

Zoomers Association of Trinidad and Tobago in Canada

On Sunday August 25th 2019, Zoomers Association of Trinidad and Tobago in Canada (ZATTIC) celebrated 10 years of bringing Trinbagonians together! Through social and cultural integration, civic consciousness through awareness and participation ZATTIC hopes to foster unity. The Association welcomes Trinbagonias, their spouses and descendents, and extends its welcome to people of Caribbean background, and […]

This teacher “real bex”

This teacher “real bex”

Port of Spain, Trinidad – Disciplinary action is being taken against a female teacher of the Tranquillity Government Primary School, heard in a viral voice recording berating and threatening her students. In the interim, the teacher has been pulled from classes and the school’s principal has made arrangements for her to operate from the staff […]

Canadian contingent makes lasting impact at CARIFESTA

Canadian contingent makes lasting impact at CARIFESTA

By Dayo Kefentse The contingent representing Canada during the 14th edition of The Caribbean Festival of Arts (CARIFESTA) will be remembered as a unique and trendsetting addition to the festival. Canada was the only country with a Caribbean diaspora delegation participating in this year’s festival.  The 10-day feast of Caribbean culture held in Trinidad and […]

T&T Massy mega store to open in Guyana

T&T Massy mega store to open in Guyana

Trinidadian conglomerate Massy will next Wednesday open one of its largest stores in the Caribbean at Turkeyen, East Coast, Demerara, Guyana. Located in the MovieTowne compound, “Massy Stores –Mega” will be opened three years after its first supermarket here. In 2016, Massy’s supermarket was opened at Providence. The store’s design incorporates extensive aisles to comfortably […]

Boldon pleads sprinter Briana Williams’ innocence

Boldon pleads sprinter Briana Williams’ innocence

Former TT sprinter Ato Boldon said he is ready for a hearing, expressing confidence that contaminated tablets led his Jamaican sprinter Briana Williams to test positive for diuretic Hydrochlorothiazide (HCTZ). Boldon, who has coached Williams for a number of years, said, “The comments made by her attorney are what we are going with right now. […]

Bajan and Tobago fishermen to discuss long standing dispute

Bajan and Tobago fishermen to discuss long standing dispute

A team of Barbadian fishermen could soon be headed to Tobago for discussions on fishing, with the expectation this could lead to the end of a years-old fishing dispute. At least, that is the hope of Prime Minister Mia Mottley, who believes representatives of the two groups should hold talks on investment opportunities. She was […]

CARIFESTA the 14th edition

CARIFESTA  the 14th edition

Trinidad and Tobago is hosting the Caribbean Festival of Arts, commonly known as CARIFESTA, or 10 days from August 16-25. CARIFESTA is an international multicultural event organized on a periodic basis by the countries of the Caribbean. The main purpose is to gather artists, musicians, authors, and to exhibit the folkloric and artistic manifestations of […]

T&T names new Public Administration Minister

T&T names new Public Administration Minister

PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad – Another woman will be at the helm of the Ministry of Public Administration after former minister Marlene McDonald was fired over fraud-related charges. Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley announced that he had advised President Paula-Mae Weekes to assign junior finance minister Allyson West as Minister of Public Administration. She will […]

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