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We know it well. Sitting on the grocery shelves in its trapezoid-shaped can with the other goods, corned beef has sustained many a Trini when things got lean.

Dressed up with some pimento pep­pers, chadon beni, garlic, onions and more, it was usually eaten with rice, cabbage, an occasional slice of plantain (or avocado if you were feeling “stush...

Monday, December 6, 2010

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Tuesday, December 7, 2010

Southerners were treated to a day of free health care at the Carnegie Free Library, San Fernando on November 26. The initiative was born out of an observation by promoter of the Victoria Week Committee, Carl Lezama, who collaborated with the library on the venture.

Monday, December 6, 2010

Some men automatically assume that because they have big legs, it means they have great legs. A tree trunk is big, but it has no shape. Likewise, some women automatically assume that skinny legs are beautiful legs.

Monday, December 6, 2010

For the first time since the inception of the RBTT Young Leaders Great Debate, a team from Queen’s Royal College (QRC) has won the coveted title.

Monday, December 6, 2010

Unless you’ve had your cellphone permanently glued to your ear, chances are you've heard the recent health buzz: Mobile devices may cause cancer. While it’s true that the National Cancer Institute has ruled them safe, a growing number of independent researchers disagree.

Monday, December 6, 2010

It was an educational, emotional and informative evening last Monday, for all who attended the premiere of Positive and Pregnant— a powerful 25-minute-long docudrama on HIV, pregnancy, and treatment.Produced and directed by the founders of the Lela-Walker Foundation, Candice Lela-Rolingson...

Monday, December 6, 2010

As a parent and a Parenting & Youth Coach, I realise that dealing with kids is very different to dealing with teens.The way they view the world is very different and once parents understand that, the rest is easy.

Sunday, December 5, 2010

Secret The Power is a must read! The book, written by Rhonda Byrne is so intriguing and engrossing, it will take you no time to finish reading it. The guide to positive thinking shows how everyone—no matter who you are or where you’re from—is meant to have an amazing life.

Monday, December 6, 2010

Growing up in her native Liberia, Korto Momolu stuck out like a sore thumb. She was creative and enjoyed activities such as finger painting in elementary school. Her creativity was frowned upon, however, in a culture that favoured more academic pursuits such as law and medicine.

Monday, December 6, 2010

Everybody is just the right age to make a change. These were the words of Ricky Amar, ten, who has been rallying friends to raise funds to help less fortunate children at home and abroad.

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