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Shareholders of Claxton Bay-based Trinidad Cement Ltd (TCL) yesterday voted unanimously to elect seven new directors to the board of the regional cement producer, following news that six directors of...



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Who will you vote for in the local government elections?

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Family law body puts children’s rights in focus

Wednesday, August 20, 2014

The International Society of Family Law, in conjunction with the Bahamas Bar Association,  has issued a call for papers on children’s rights for a conference that will take place from November 19-21 at the British Colonial Hilton in Nassau, Bahamas. 

Balancing work and family today

Wednesday, August 20, 2014

In today’s world when time is such a precious commodity, we face, almost on a daily basis, the great challenge of giving our best at home and at work. Can we really do so successfully?

A case of ‘monkey can’t see its tail’

Wednesday, August 20, 2014

I’ve come to realise that some people with personality disorders see their conduct as right and cannot discern any variation from the norm, therefore repeating their “oddness” ad infinitum. I’ve also learned in most instances not to suggest any recourse unless someone asks. 

Cory Ammon: Starting again from the bottom

Wednesday, August 20, 2014

Cory Ammon has been clean for one year, one month, three weeks and nine days. But it took him 15 years to break free from his addiction to alcohol and crack cocaine.

Energiza expects to finish strong

Wednesday, August 20, 2014

T&T Powerboat Association 2013 Boat of the Year, Energiza will be stepping up into the 80mph category when the Carib Great Race takes off on Saturday morning from Chaguaramas to Tobago in one of the most challenging but exciting racing trips over the open Caribbean seas. Having won the 70mph

Soca Princesses to attack St Kitts/Nevis

Wednesday, August 20, 2014

US-born T&T Soca Princesses coach Randy Waldrum says his team will enter the inaugural eight-team Caribbean Football Union (CFU) Women’s Cup in an attacking frame of mind when it face off with St Kitts/Nevis in the second match of a Group B double-header at the  Hasely Crawford Stadium, Mucur

T&T squash teams make winning start

Wednesday, August 20, 2014

Chayse McQuan and Faith Gellizeau led the national men’s and ladies squash teams to opening wins in the team competition at the Senior Caribbean Area Squash Association (Casa) Championships at the Barbados Squash Club, Christ Church, Barbados, yesterday.

Windies need to put it together against Tigers today

Wednesday, August 20, 2014

The Caribbean Premier League (CPL) T20 tournament ended in controversy on the weekend in St Kitts in which players vented their feelings. The Guyana Amazon Warriors felt they were cheated out of a chance at winning the title that was captured by the Barbados Tridents.

Carter chases gold medal

Wednesday, August 20, 2014

T&T swimmer Dylan Carter will compete for gold from 6 pm (6 am TT time) today in the Men’s 50m freestyle at the Youth Olympic Games in Nanjing, China.


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