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Randalyn Rowe
Student, Hugh Wooding Law School

My name is Princess Simone Donelan and the film I co-produced, Dubois, won the last Trinidad & Tobago Film Festival Best Local Short Film Jury Prize.

Minister of Tertiary Education and Skills Training Fazal Karim has estimated the cost of the Esmond Ramesar Open Campus Centre in Chaguanas at $561 million. Construction is under way on ten acres of land close to the Divali Nagar site and the first phase is carded to be completed in May. 

The NGO Citizens for Conservation, which has been advocating for the preservations fo the former Greyfriars Church of Scotland on Frederick Street, is proposing the creation of a Woodford Square Heritage District in t

A dry bed is a simple comfort that most people can take for granted. But nine-year-old Lorenzo Gilbert and his seven siblings never knew this comfort until Friday night when they received a new house from the non-governmental organisation Habitat for Humanity.

A Pan American Health Organisation (PAHO) team, which visited this country last week, says T&T is over prepared for Ebola. The team was here to monitor this country’s preparation for the virus. 

Leader of the Movement for Social Justice David Abdulah believes that Junior Works Minister Stacy Roopnarine was pressured into apologising to her boss Dr Suruj Rambachan because her accusations had made the Government “look bad.” Abdulah’s comments came a day after Roopnarine admitted she was wr

More than 30 fishermen were unable to access their boats and nets over the weekend after heavy rainfall caused a series of landslips along the Morne Diablo Main Road. Up to late yesterday, crews from the Penal/Debe Regional Corporation were busy trying to build an alternative access route along t

“I have committed to lobbying for the cyclists, that we will have cycling zones.

Police have interviewed and recorded statements from several people in relation to the murder of German couple Herbertus, 71, and Brigid Keil, 74, in Tobago. In a release yesterday from Supt Joanne Archie of the Public Affairs Unit, the police extended condolences to the relatives and loved ones