Keshorn Walcott and Michelle Lee-Ahye were named First Citizens Sports Foundation sportsman and sportswoman of the year.
Coach Lawrence who will be leading the warriors into competitive action for the first time against Panama on Friday has picked a team featuring 13 foreign based and 13 locally based players and is happy with the squad he has selected.
The People's National Movement held their General Council meeting on Saturday at Balisier House. After the meeting, P.R.O Stuart Young informed the media of several decisions taken by the party.
While they were working they had expected to retire comfortably as they were contributing to their pension fund for many years.
For the past 20 years, approximately 2000 students have participated in the Model UN event hosted by the Rotary Club.
In order to win the fight against crime, men and women must unite as one. That's the view of Single Fathers Association President Rhondall Feeles, who says too often a message of segregation is preached to the masses.
Often times the struggles of indentured workers are viewed as insignificant when compared to the nightmare that was the slave trade.
Legislation to abolish preliminary enquiries was passed in the Parliament with no support from the Opposition.
In honour of International Day of Forests to be celebrated next Tuesday (March 21st), President Anthony Carmona has invited students to engage in a tree planting initiative.
Minister of Agriculture, Land and Fisheries, Clarence Rambharat is today refuting claims by Opposition MP Rudy Indarsingh that the closure of Caroni Green Limited (CGL) is an "attack on workers,"