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French photographer, author and blogger Garance Dore once said, “Jewelry is a very personal thing...it should tell a story about the person who’s wearing it.”
Former Police Service Commission chairman Dr Maria Therese Gomes yesterday attempted to muzzle PSC member, attorney Martin George, as he was providing information to the Special Select Committee...
Seven-year-old Kaylah Burnley was born to be a dancer. She is currently the youngest ballet dancer en pointe in T&T; she started pointe when she was six in 2017.
Prison Commissioner Gerard Wilson along with 55 prison officers were administered stress and ECG tests at the St Joseph Enhanced Health Facility yesterday.
Family members from England, Canada and New York came to Trinidad to join their loved ones as they celebrated Onecimus Caprietta’s 100th birthday at the Arima Tennis Court on February 18.
Retired Chief Justice Michael de la Bastide yesterday expressed concern that legal action initiated by Chief Justice Ivor Archie against the Law Association of T&T (LATT) leaves little room...
The youth who hoped for a foothold in the land of the future—a new frontier inside the knowledge society—lament that prestigious institutions that grant privilege are distancing themselves from...
A craving for corn soup by his pregnant wife at what he described as an ‘ungodly’ hour in the night, sent Kern Pierre in the streets searching high and low.
The Russian intelligence-gathering vessel Viktor Leonov returned to Trinidad for a second time this year and was docked near the Hyatt yesterday. The vessel is expected to depart today.
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