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If a dolphin or whale is in trou­ble, the person to call is Dr Carla Phillips, the national co-ordina­tor for the T&T Marine Mammal Stranding Network. Phillips, a lecturer of Marine Mammal Medicine/Aquatic Animal Health at the UWI School of Veterinary Medicine, co-ordinates the res­cue of these stranded animals.

Monday, December 20, 2010

She has survived two World Wars, experienced the bumpy transition from colonialism to independence, and marvelled at the rapid technological wave of the 21st century. Yet centenarian Leonise Legerton has not lost the pep in her step.

Monday, December 20, 2010

The foot is one very important part of the body that is most often plagued with ailments of various kinds and degrees. This part of the body is often ignored to our own detriment, as this can result in a number of ailments.

Callouses and corns

Monday, December 20, 2010

Preparation for Christmas in the Congo begins with the designation of a group to prepare the annual Christmas pageant. On Christmas day, groups of carolers walk to and fro through the village, along the roadway, by the houses of the missionaries, singing the lovely carols known the world around...

Monday, December 20, 2010

So you have been training hard since October in preparation for Carnival 2011; your body is now beginning to positively reflect the long hours of training at the gym.

Monday, December 20, 2010

Roger Daniel has been shooting for almost nine years and has close to 100 medals in the sport under his belt. In November, he wrote his name in the history books of T&T when he captured a bronze medal at the Championship of the Americas Competition in Brazil.

Saturday, December 18, 2010

I would like to extend warm Christmas greetings to all who have made it possible for Coaching Corner to be a part of the Sunday Guardian and to my readers, especially to those who have emailed me about the articles under Coaching Corner.  Christmas is a time for sharing and the coming together...

Sunday, December 19, 2010

Little Bee deserves a warning label: “Do not judge this book by its cover. Contents under pressure.” Despite the cutesy title and the coy book-flap description, Little Bee will blow you away.

Saturday, December 18, 2010

It was a perfect night, as young Chalisaa Singh stood where US President Barack Obama gave his speech at the Hilton Trinidad and Conference Centre’s Upper Tea Terrace overlooking all of Port-of-Spain.

Saturday, December 18, 2010

And the countdown is on...only a few more days ’till Christmas! And of course, there’s Holiday cheer everywhere, parang is on the radio, the tree is up and nearly everyone feels a bit more light-hearted.

Saturday, December 18, 2010

The coveted top prize, a painting by Rudder, was won by Hillary Vieruel. The organisation’s plans for 2011 include a Biennial Art Competition for Fifth and Sixth Form art students of all secondary Schools, carded for the month of March.

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