Top Trinidad cyclist hospitalized in U.S.

By Admin 08.01.2014

PORT-OF-SPAIN: Trinidad & Tobago cyclist Njisane Phillip remains hospitalized in California with a kidney-related problem, his stepfather has confirmed.

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CARICOM maintains position on Dominican Republic

By Admin 24.12.2013

PORT-OF-SPAIN: Caribbean Community (CARICOM) chairman and Trinidad & Tobago Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar says although she welcomes reports that Haiti and the Dominican Republic have taken steps to deal with immigration and trade issues, she wants Santo Domingo to immediately address the Constitutional Court ruling that renders thousands of Haitians stateless.

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T& T one of world’s most educated countries

Ian Thornhill
By Admin 11.09.2013

By IAN R. THORNHILL   Looking back over the past 51 years, I am enormously proud of the progress that (Trinidad & Tobago) has made.   From an economic viewpoint the country has done remarkably well to maximize the benefits …

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Achievements of T&T lauded at local anniversary celebration

Federal MP Mike Sullivan, Dr. Vidhya Gyan Tota-Maharaj, MPP Catherine Fife, Pundit Ramesh Maharaj and Maulana Mustapha Kemal Hydal.
By Arnold Auguste 04.09.2013

Over the past “51 years, Trinidad & Tobago has emerged as a strong, stable and growing economic giant in the Caribbean”, Dr. Vidhya Gyan Tota-Maharaj, T&T’s Consul General in Toronto, said at a reception last Friday to mark the country’s 51st anniversary of independence from Britain.

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