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BEING a "foodie" I love to celebrate occasions with food, so I cook of course. Yet I am still puzzled when I realise that everyone is not like I am, and many do not share the same enjoyment that I do when I cook. For me cooking frees the senses and baking is pure magic. I’m not ashamed to admit...
TT will be well represented in the javelin, long jump, 100m and 400m events today when the 2019 Carifta Games start at the Truman Bodden Sports Complex in Cayman Islands, from 9 am. TT are aiming to improve on last year's performance which saw the, return with 17 medals – four gold, six...
THE QUEST to return to the top of the Carifta Aquatics Championship podium will begin for TT swimmers today. The country is being represented by 36 athletes, competing in six divisions, at the Barbados Aquatic Centre in Wildey, Bridgetown. Heats are scheduled for 9 am this morning and the first...
People did not mind standing in line for more than three hours to reach the feet of the statue at the La Divina Pastora Church, Siparia, today. Some of them, coming from as far away as Port of Spain, Arima and Sangre Grande, started pouring into the church from 6pm on Thursday. They came to offer...
ACCLAIMED cuatroist Robert Munro should receive a posthumous national award, says musician and videographer Mikkhail Gibbings. The 73-year-old musician died at the Port of Spain General Hospital on Thursday after a period of illness. He was the subject of Gibbings’ 2015 documentary short...
IT turned out to be an easy road after all for reggae icon Buju Banton, as he was shuttled to a waiting SUV mere minutes after arriving at the old Piarco airport for his highly anticipated I am Legend concert tomorrow night. Buju, real name Mark Myrie made his first appearance in TT in ten years...
A HIGH COURT judge is urging his colleagues to call for a meeting with Chief Justice Ivor Archie to discuss “issue” which may have some impact on their ability to do their jobs or on the terms and conditions of their appointment as judges. Justice Frank Seepersad made the call after...
TEN days before the Commonwealth celebrates its 70th anniversary, the British High Commission gathered several non-governmental entities and possible sponsors in an event called A Connected Commonwealth. High Commissioner Tim Stew, in his address to the various NGOs and sponsors, asked them to...
MILLIONS of dollars are still outstanding to school maxi taxi drivers, but an upgrade from a manual to a technological platform by September is scheduled to remove hiccups and delays in the process. The system was announced on Thursday at a media conference at the Education Ministry in Port of...
THE EDITOR: Tomorrow Christians around the world will celebrate Jesus’ Resurrection. My deceased Hindu father who, in his early years, ran his own school in Sangre Grande taught the life and teachings of Christ. He often quoted Gandhi, who said: “A man who was completely innocent...

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