Tuesday, February 9, 2016


Locals and foreigners alike bolted across the big stage at the Queen’s Park Savannah in Port of Spain yesterday, as if they had waited an entire year to be let go and were finally free. It was a grand celebration, with those visiting for the first time more than thrilled by the showcase of col


Women Warriors win warm-up clash*

The Trinidad and Tobago senior women’s football team were victorious in their lone warm up for the upcoming 2016 Women’s CONCACAF Olympic Qualifying Championship, when goals from stalwarts Tasha St Louis and Kennya “Yaya” Cordner were enough for a 2-0 win against the Elite Cl


BG Group’s oil output up 20%, but T&T’s slips*

UNITED KINGDOM-based BG Group exploration and production (E&P) output was 757,000 barrels of oil equivalent per day (kboed), up 20 per cent from the fourth quarter of 2014. Growth was driven by Australia, Brazil, the UK and Norway.


Sitting on a gold mine*

THE coconut industry is at the crossroads. It’s not dead, outgoing chairman of the Trinidad and Tobago Coconut Industry Cooperative Society Pranesh Maharaj says. But unless major effort is focussed on rejuvenating it to its former glory and exploring its full potential, the country will conti


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