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Two years ago, Arti Ramroop stunned the country when she secured passes in all 21 subjects she wrote in the Caribbean Secondary Education Certificate (CSEC) examinations.
“I see a more visible gay life and I know fellow Trinis who are out in one way or another—something I couldn’t say before I left for Canada all those years ago.
Sport in the community of Mayaro and environs has received a boost with the return of the popular bpTT Mayaro Windball Night Cricket League after a two-year hiatus.
BASSETERRE, St Kitts, Aug 19— Kieron Pollard extended his great form but rain dealt Barbados Tridents a cruel blow with a 17-run defeat to St Kitts and Nevis Patriots under Duckworth/Lewis in the...
The in-form trainer Shaffique Khan did what he promised and worked the ‘Oracle’ with Blue Oracle yesterday in the feature event for Horses rated 70-55 over 1,200 metres on the main track at Santa...
Head of the Criminal Bar Association Senior Counsel Pamela Elder says the Government’s decision to return to the courts to get a solution to the 53 part-heard matters left by Marcia Ayers-Caesar...
Search parties were unsuccessful in their attempts yesterday to locate hiker Richard Baird who went missing on Saturday in the Aripo forest.
Most evenings as I make my exit from my office, I see many ladies of all shapes and sizes in fitness gear making an attempt to engage in their evening exercise routine.
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