Trinidad & Tobago Guardian Online
The scanners at the Port of Port-of-Spain will be in operation by the end of the year, Trade Minister Paula Gopee-Scoon said yesterday.
Through the Customs and Excise Department, the Government (GORTT) intends to implement the use of container scanners at the nation’s two major ports, Port-of-Spain and Point Lisas.
The incident which took place on the ninth floor of Sir George Williams University, Canada, in February 1969 still carries mixed emotions among Trinidadians.
Leading Super League team, Guaya United Football Club, has forged a unique ‘community partnership’ with Hydro Tech Limited with two major objectives in mind, taking the talented football club to...
Eight days after the semi-nude body of a woman was found near a drain in Point Fortin with her head bashed in, a mason has appeared in court for her murder.
What happens when the head of the Caribbean’s highest court teams up with one of the region’s most respected technology minds? The answer could spell big change for the delivery of justice.
Andragogy is defined as the method and practice of teaching adult learners, and former T&T senior men’s football coach Hannibal Najjar is at the forefront of that field.
Apart from being heavily involved in the hiring process of Italian Carolina Morace, new women’s team head coach Jamaal Shabazz was also the T&T Football Association’s (TTFA) co-ordinator of...
As a former Deputy Director of Education/Head of Quality Assurance in a London Borough, my observation is that if we are committed to excellence in teaching and learning, then our education system...
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