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(TRINIDAD GUARDIAN) — A fairy tale came to life for 16-year-old Ka­ri­na Sama­roos­ingh who ar­rived in a gold­en car­riage at the Trinidad Hilton and Con­fer­ence Cen­tre in Port-of-Spain for her grad­u­a­tion ball, much to the sur­prise of guests, par­ents, teach­ers and fel­low grad­u­ates. Traf­fic came to a halt on Thurs­day night as the in­tri­cate­ly de­signed ...

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Plastic Free July is an international campaign led by the Australian-based Plastic Free Foundation, which encourages people across the world to be part of the solution to plastic pollution by refusing single-use plastics. Some of the proposals include using reusable shopping bags, coffee cups and water bottles, refusing plastic straws, and organising clean-ups in communities.

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Several hours after being crowned the 2019 Groovy Soca Monarch, Sly of Vye Twizeen Boyz has released the official music video for the winning song Mix Up. (SEE VIDEO BELOW ARTICLE) “The moment you guys been waiting for!! Today is the right day to release this music video.. its official! #Mixupmusicvideo. Big up Wolf Art,” ...

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12:00 NOON WEATHER REPORT DATE: 07TH JULY, 2019 FORECASTER: WEBSTER GAJADHAR PRESENT WEATHER AT HEWANORRA AIRPORT IS PARTLY CLOUDY. PRESENT TEMPERATURE AT HEWANORRA AIRPORT IS 30 C OR 86 F. LAST NIGHT’S MINIMUM TEMPERATURE AT HEWANORRA AIRPORT WAS 27 C OR 81 F. WIND AT HEWANORRA AIRPORT IS BLOWING FROM THE EAST AT 17 MPH ...

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As the incoming chairman of the 40th Caribbean Community Heads of Government Conference, Prime Minister Allen Chastanet delivered the final contribution for the conference’s opening ceremony on July 3, 2019. He started off by welcoming, on behalf of Saint Lucia, all CARICOM heads of state, representatives, United Nations General Secretary António Guterres and Prime Minister […]

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What a difference a year makes! The sobs of one tearful sixth grader and his equally overwhelmed mother seemed to clash with the festive backdrop of the brightly festooned kindergarten classroom, the traditional hall for graduation ceremonies at Morne Du Don Government Primary School (MDGPS). In attendance were parents/guardians and teachers, all dressed for the momentous occasion, all eyes firmly fixed upon the sobbing student. The earlier roof-raising applause and cheers abruptly gave way to the sound of silence as the principal Jacinta Auguste recalled Dwany Dalson’s year-long journey.

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Can tourism-dependent Caribbean governments learn something from oil producing countries? When relatively small and poor oil-producing governments sought to get a fair price for oil – their main source of national revenue – they banded together to negotiate more effectively with the multi-national oil companies and the larger developed nations, which were the major consumers ...

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(TRINIDAD EXPRESS) — Armed with a blow torch, a gang of “professional thieves” broke into the home of a Penal family and robbed them of thousands in cash and valuables early Tuesday. The thieves were “organised” in their approach to the robbery, with one being the mastermind and another whose only job was to wipe ...

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