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“When you arrive we will have a lovely fruit salad waiting for you.” These were the words that marked the end of my first conversation with Nicole Joseph-Chin, social entrepreneur and founder of Ms
Pie in this country can be both savory or sweet, it’s almost a colloquial term for anything mixed and baked, other than cakes.
Today the directors of the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) will sit to vote for a president and a vice-president that will oversee the next term of cricket in the Caribbean.
Brent Torina, director of communities and interim general manager of the local chapter of YoPro is expressing optimism over the positive professional relationships being nurtured through fresh appr
It is hard to imagine what is happening behind the scenes with the West Indies team.
Fresh off the two 50-plus scoring performances, goal-shooter Jameela Mc Carthy had another stellar outing as she led the University of T&T to a 54-23 whipping of TSTT to clinch the Alternative
T&T men’s hockey team will need to pick themselves up after a 12-2 quarterfinal loss to Ireland on Thursday when they tackle Italy in their fifth to eight place semifinal in the FIH World Hocke
Fresh off the first 50-plus point tally of the season in the Courts All Sectors Netball League on Thursday last, University of T&T goalshooter Jameela Mc Carthy was at it again, as she poured i
NAPIER—New Zealand’s Cricket World Cup match against Afghanistan on Sunday (today TT time), which shaped as one of its least demanding in Pool A, might instead become one of its most compounding.
‘Black’ Saturday looms for any bookmaker taking my bet on the Imperial Cup Handicap Hurdle over two miles of ‘good to soft’ Sandown Park this afternoon, Oliver Sherwood is on the prowl, again.
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