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When indentured labour began entering Trinidad from India in 1845, the overwhelming majority of these people were Hindus with a small number of Muslims.
If you think you are tech savvy all because you know what “LOL” means, then test your coolness.
On Thursday evening, the new executive chairman of First Citizens Bank, Anthony Smart, delivered remarks at a Caribbean Corporate Governance Institute (CCGI) event.
Weddings, by and large, generate large amounts of waste with food, paper goods, packaging, ribbons, favours, wrapping paper, decorations and stationery that are tossed in the trash after the recept
The Sunday Arts Section’s Shivanee Ramlochan regularly reviews recent Caribbean books, magazines and journals. These were some noteworthy books that crossed her desk this year.
For many of us the end of year cleaning and decorating is a big event, particularly if you are into entertaining family and friends as part of your regular Christmas and New Year celebrations.
Perhaps you have bought a bond, or have invested in a mutual fund that has bonds as a part of its portfolio. You are not alone.
Trinidadian author Amanda Smyth has made her debut into the world of children’s books.
Christmas time is great, especially for those of us who may have some extra time on our hands.
Christmas is around the corner so this strikes me as the time to look back on some of the best books featured in this year’s Sunday Arts Section (SAS) Book Club.
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