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Forty years and descending, what do you make of the controversies which surrounded the Caribbean Man, Om Shanti, Common Entrance, Jahaaji Bhai, Little Black Boy and more?
Running alongside the Valencia Bypass Road there is a fence constructed by the State that separates the roadway and the public from the environmentally sensitive Aripo Savannas Scientific Reserve...
Carnival has always been about negotiation of gendered and sexual power. Think of jamettes’ long confrontation with middle-class and religious expectations of respectability.
Obstetrician Dr Sherene Kalloo reminded colleagues that while medicine can be a lucrative field, they must have compassion and caring for their patients.
Despite not receiving the necessary support from the state to bid for ICC Women T20 World Cup matches in November 2018, the region’s most organised women cricket structure will feature for the...
Education Minister Anthony Garcia says the University of Trinidad and Tobago (UTT) is of the view that the organisation is “overstaffed and to run the university efficiently it will mean they have...
Since appearing as a solo act back in 2013 with the single Big People Ting, it has just got better for Sherwin “M1” Jeremiah.
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.
The College of Science, Technology, and Applied Arts of T&T (COSTAATT), is “tightening its belt,” and is now operating “pretty much to the bone,” in the face of a declining enrolment.
Staff at the University of T&T (UTT) have started clearing their desks as management gets ready for its retrenchment process by month’s end, just ten days away.
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