Nalis partners with ministry, TTT to provide lessons

Nalis partners with ministry, TTT to provide lessons

THE Ministry of Education (MoE), Trinidad and Tobago Television (TTT) Ltd and the National Library and Information System Authority (Nalis) have partnered to ensure that educationa

Caribbean Sea heating up

Caribbean Sea heating up

The hot Caribbean Sea has implications for more than storms and hurricanes. Coral reef ecologist Dr Anjani Ganase warns of other dangers in the warming ocean. The outlook for coral

Chief Secretary: DSS returns 'unsustainable'

Chief Secretary: DSS returns 'unsustainable'

THA CHIEF SECRETARY Ancil Dennis has warned Tobagonians that "many will lose their money" by investing in quick-cash schemes. Dennis' comments came after a large c

 Teenagers among wounded in Arima shootings

Teenagers among wounded in Arima shootings

Three people are being treated for gunshot wounds after three unrelated shootings in Arima, mere minutes apart on Tuesday night. In the first incident, a 24-year-old man was at

Imbert defeats Elias in Grenada stadium case

Imbert defeats Elias in Grenada stadium case

Finance Minister Colm Imbert emerged victorious in his almost two-decade-long multi-million dollar legal battle with contractor Emile Elias. Read more

Life's a tech beach

Life's a tech beach

Kirk-Anthony Hamilton has gone beyond the dream of creating a Silicon Valley in the Caribbean. Hamilton is an architectural designer turned entrepreneur, investor, community curat

Former KC athlete Ari Rodgers injured in car crash

Former KC athlete Ari Rodgers injured in car crash

KINGSTON, Jamaica - Former Kingston College (KC) star athlete Ari Rodgers is said to be in stable condition after he was involved in a car crash on Saturday in the United States.

Game over!

Game over!

With space at The University of the West Indies/Jamaica Football Federation (UWI/JFF) Captain Horace Burrell Centre of Excellence now ready to house players, the JFF hierarchy has

The Pegasus Pivot

The Pegasus Pivot

With declining sales from the fall-off in visitors as a result of COVID-19, Jamaica Pegasus hotel has been forced to innovate and enter into the office space market. The four-st

She is loyal, say members of Lisa's campaign team

She is loyal, say members of Lisa's campaign team

MEMBERS of Lisa Hanna's campaign team insist that despite the impression being given in some quarters, the St Ann South Eastern Member of Parliament (MP) and party treasure has

It's a myth

It's a myth

PEOPLE'S National Party (PNP) presidential aspirant Lisa Hanna, who seeks to replace leader Dr Peter Phillips next month, says reports suggesting that she is not popular among

'Be creative'

'Be creative'

NEXT year has been declared the International Year of Creative Economy for Sustainable Development by the United Nations (UN). And, at least one Jamaican creative is calling on sta

UN chief calls for end to reported police brutality in Nigeria

UN chief calls for end to reported police brutality in Nigeria

The UN Secretary-General on Wednesday said he was closely following recent developments across Nigeria, in the wake of reports that protesters had been shot dea

UN urges people to #PledgetoPause before sharing information online

UN urges people to #PledgetoPause before sharing information online

With the COVID-19 pandemic sparking a “communications emergency” caused by false information disseminated on social media, the UN Secretary-General is encouraging peopl

 Well-being of Guyanese paramount

Well-being of Guyanese paramount

THOUGH the International Monetary Fund (IMF) has reduced the projected positive growth rate of Guyana’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP), Vice-President Dr. Bharrat Jagdeo says t

 Help for ‘genuine’ Success squatters – VP Jagdeo

Help for ‘genuine’ Success squatters – VP Jagdeo

VICE-PRESIDENT Dr. Bharrat Jagdeo said that the government will provide assistance to some of the squatters occupying lands illegally at Success on the East Coast of Demerara (ECD)

 Law books charge against Nandlall dropped

Law books charge against Nandlall dropped

THE simple larceny charge against Attorney General (AG) and Minster of Legal Affairs, Anil Nandlall, in relation to the theft of over $2M worth in law books has been withdrawn, bas

 First set of vaccines free for Guyana – Health Minister

First set of vaccines free for Guyana – Health Minister

THE initial set of vaccines which will be used by Guyana to protect against the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) will be secured free of cost, according to Minister of Health, Dr. Fran