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After playing to overbooked houses at Central Bank Auditorium last weekend the award winning production companies RS/RR Productions goes to Cipriani College this Saturday and Sunday with their...
The Board of Film Censors will be charged with reviewing the outdated Cinematograph Act of 1936 and making recommendations for new legislation, which reflects today’s evolved film industry.
Lines at the bank can be like one of those post-carnival comedy shows. There’s always a character pulling for a laugh amid an atmosphere of tension and frustration.
The Parliament’s highly dedicated security corps was on the alert outside its Waterfront Complex location yesterday.
I have read, and continue to read, the best science-based parenting books around. And yet I am continually surprised at how surprised I am by my children.
After five months of studies, a 12-year-old boy has achieved what his seniors are struggling to—a distinction in Mathematics at the Caribbean Secondary Education Certificate (CSEC) examination...
Local Government Minister Kazim Hosein has recommended that incentives be offered to investors and business owners who provide opportunities for local farmers and manufacturers.
A murder is just a murder, but the murder of a police officer is a greater crime than any other.
Notice of assessment of properties for collection of the Property Tax will be posted or hand-delivered to owners and occupiers within the next week or two.
At this year’s Decibel Entertainment Festival, one lucky young person will win the opportunity to fly to Los Angeles and spend two weeks at one of Hollywood’s best-known makeup schools.
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