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CIBC FirstCaribbean’s Walk for the Cure has again topped the US$500,000 mark in fundraising for cancer causes across the English and Dutch Caribbean. Last year, the combined efforts of the various organising committees, sponsors and participants in the 17 territories where the bank operates...
THE planned University of the Southern Caribbean (USC) media symposium on fake news is now scheduled for February 5 and 6. Dr Loverne Jacobs-Browne, dean of the School of Education and Humanities at USC, told Newsday, “We at the USC recognise that there are several issues in the...
FORMER independent senator Helen Drayton, described the late Norbert Masson as an exceptional gentleman, devoted husband, caring father, loyal friend and professional public servant. He was nurtured by strong traditions of service typified by the values of respect and decency, she said. “In...
RELATIVES of 67-year-old Rupert Derrick, who was killed in a drive-by shooting at George Street, Port of Spain on Monday night, expressed doubt yesterday that police will find his killers. But Port of Spain Division Supt Floris-Hodge Griffith said police are doing everything to bring the killers to...
BIRDSONG Steel Orchestra of Tunapuna has announced that the organisation will be paying all its Panorama players this year. In a release dated January 13 the management announced Robbie Greenidge as its new arranger and went on to say, “In keeping with our watchwords Get Up and do it...
LOCAL rice production has plummeted about 97 per cent in the past 26 years and 95 per cent of what is currently produced is used as input for animal feed. This was reported on Monday as the Joint Select Committee (JSC) met with officials of National Flour Mills (NFM) at the Parliament building....
OPPOSITION Leader Kamla Persad-Bissessar yesterday welcomed the cancellation of the Sandals project in Tobago, in a statement after the withdrawal was disclosed by Sandals CEO Gebhard Rainer at a briefing held by Minister of Communications Stuart Young. “We are of the view that the decision...
ACTOR and graphic artist Christopher Smith, better known in the theatre fraternity as Chris Smith, embodied the humanitarian spirit. Those were the words of his friend, Gleeson Job, who broke down in tears and could not finish his tribute to 44-year-old Smith who died of leukaemia on January 5...
AFTER losing her brother in 2016 to gun violence at their El Dorado Road, Tunapuna home, 32-year-old Chrisse Bramble was also killed by unknown men who stormed her home on Tuesday night and shot her in the stomach and left shoulder. One man, Kent Davis, was also wounded. Sources told Newsday he...
THE 2018 season of the Republic Bank National Secondary Schools Water Polo League splashed off on Saturday at the National Aquatic Centre, Couva. The league will run for six weeks and will see approximately 200 athletes from Bishop Anstey High School, Holy Name Convent, St Joseph’s Convent (...

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