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Shivala Rampersad, a Form Four student of Naparima Girls High School, walked away with double honours at the 48th Annual Future Unlimited Banquet and Awards Ceremony of Junior Achievement T&T last Saturday, taking the award of President of the Year and leading her company, Colibri, to the Company of the Year accolade.

Following presentation of...

Monday, November 29, 2010

Wearing a crown of thorns, Jesus Christ is a chiaroscuro portrait of agony. Diagonal to the painting, T&T psychic of Venezuelan parentage Yesenia Gonzalez swings a pendulum at her Mt Lambert, home.

Tyson, the one-year-old animal, referred to as “miserable” by Kalloo, copped his first award at the Sugar and Energy Festival this June.The senior citizen, who recently won four awards at the Festival, spoke excitedly about his love for animals.


 Langustan is a community on the northeastern section of T&T.

As the pendulum oscillates, Gonzalez dips into her knowledge of the arcane and mysterious.She expounds upon the pendulum’s powers to remove curses—via the Spiritual Response Therapy (SRT). Interviewed a week ago, Gonzalez said: “SRT deals with the soul.

Here in T&T, we make a bold statement that “Trini Christmas is de best,” sometimes without really knowing how Christmas is celebrated in other parts of the world.