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From: http://newsday.co.tt/ Roxanne Omalo achieved her goal earlier today when at about 1.45 am, she was declared the 2018 Queen of Carnival while veteran masquerader, Earl Thompson won King of Carnival for a Peter Minshall-designed costume. Omalo was the last of the 10 queen finalists to perform during Dimanche Gras on Sunday night at the Queen’s […]

The threat to disrupt Carnival 2018 is still very much on, acting Police Commissioner Stephen Williams stated yesterday as he announced that three more people are now in police custody following ongoing investigations into the matter. A total of seven adult males have now been detained with respect to the threat, Williams said. That threat, […]

A tragedy out at sea has left one man dead, five injured and three missing. Police said the men were on board two fishing boats which collided off Los Iros Beach, Erin, on Tuesday night. Reports stated that one of the vessels had stopped at sea as fishermen retrieved a fishing net when another boat […]

Celebrated Caribbean songstress Ophelia Marie performs her famous Cadence-Lypso music style Under The Trees of The Normandie, St Ann’s for Carnival 2018. Marie, of Dominica, is back at The Normandie after her sparkling appearance here a few years ago. With the recent hurrricane devastation to Dominica, Marie has shown her resolve to rise above the […]

At 8.30 am today, members of the TT Defence Force (TTDF) began escorting the casket of former President Professor George Maxwell Richards through the streets of downtown Port of Spain, en route to Parliament, Wrightson Road. A handful of people who were on Abercromby Street at the start of the procession were seen taking photos […]

8 players on Trinidad & Tobago’s national senior women’s football team have been given retainer contracts. Yesterday, the T&T Football Association (TTFA) announced a new 4-tier contract system which offers the women 1-year contracts. Under the agreement, the 8 players – which include team captain Tasha St. Louis, will receive regular monthly salaries for the […]

Trinidad & Tobago has joined Jamaica in banning the sale of canned corned beef from Brazil. Yesterday Jamaica announced its ban following investigations into Brazilian meat processors selling rotten beef and poultry to other countries. T&T’s Minister of Agriculture Clarence Rambharat confirmed that at least 1 local supermarket chain had at least 14 brands from […]

A legendary Caribbean author, poet, and playwright has passed away. Last Friday morning, St. Lucian Nobel Laureate Sir Derek Walcott, died at him home following a prolonged illness. During his career, Walcott received numerous regional and international awards including an Obie Award (1971), a MacArthur Foundation “Genius” Award, a Royal Society of Literature Award, the […]

3 people in Trinidad & Tobago are believed to have contracted HIV from contaminated blood transfusions. On Wednesday, T&T’s Health Minister Terrence Deyalsingh made the revelation while speaking in Parliament, after he was asked about the risk of HIV-infected blood donors. In his response, Deyalsingh said all blood is tested for HIV prior to use […]

Caribbean Airlines Ltd revealed major losses to a Joint Select Committee of Trinidad & Tobago’s parliament. Yesterday, officials for the government owned airline told the Joint Select Committee that it is burdened with a US$270,000 monthly bill until August for breaking a lease on two 767 jets.  The planes formerly served the recently retired London […]


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