A 59 year old man was stabbed to death during an argument with a male relative on Sunday night.
A full investigation by police and the Trinidad and Tobago Automobile Sports Association is underway to determine the exact cause of Sunday's accident at the Caribbean Motor Racing Championships which took place at the Frankie Boodram International Raceway in Wallerfield.
One week before Emancipation Day is celebrated in this country, the Head of the Emancipation Support Committee is calling for the statue of Christopher Columbus to be taken down.
Go to the sea and get back your life! That’s the advice of the Calypso Queen of the World, Calypso Rose.
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At least three patrons and a driver participating in the Caribbean Motor Racing Championships in Wallerfield are nursing injuries sustained when a race car crashed into the stands on Sunday afternoon.
The "Stay to Get Away" campaign seeks to encourage local residents and citizens to appreciate what Trinidad & Tobago has to offer.
The concept was born from a collaboration between the Tourism Development Company Limitedand the Ministry of Toursim.
Addressing the launch of the event Minister of Tourism Shamfa Cudjoe, said the campaign provides a platform that can boost the tourism sector while stimulating economic growth. She said this campaign creates an opportunity for the public and the private industry to bloom.
Speaking at an Emancipation Day Dinner hosted by the Chaguanas Chamber of Industry & Commerce, Khafra Kambon who is the chairman of the Emmancipation Support Committee, noted that this year marks 188 years of freedom of African slaves. He called on society to educate the youth on the importance of the day and its impact on Trinidad and Tobago.
Social Issues such as lack of education and social inequality will continue to weaken a country's health care system if governments do not put policies in place to protect their citizens.
That's the belief expressed by President of the World Medical Association Sir Michael Marmot, who spoke at the 22nd Annual Medical Conference held on Sunday at the Trinidad Hilton.