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The Bridge of Hope Children’s Home at Sangre Chiquito has been attracting attention from people both nationally and internationally.
“Because of love, I killed her...If I didn't love her, I don't think I would feel so much pain…It's like she took an arrow and stabbed me in the heart.”—A murderer
Lead vocalist, Ed Roland and the current members of the multi-platinum selling alternative rock band Collective Soul will perform on local soil for the first time tonight. Thrilled to see the Caribbean Sea for the first time ever, Roland and company will headline the Voices of Rock concert scheduled for Jean Pierre Complex, Port-of-Spain.
Tomorrow, Island Hikers’ family adventure to Mt Thabor and Mount St Benedict begins at 8 am. Hikers are requested to assemble at 7 am, at Massy Stores Car Park, EMR, St Augustine, and the hiking time to the top is 25 minutes, with a downhill return of 20 minutes.
Rex Dixon's new work, Jane Eyre: Caribbean Drawings focuses on migrations and uses two novels by two female writers to enact his several forms of journeyings: there are voyages across water and across time; movement from reality to imaginative reconstruction and from writing to drawing.
Non-Governmental Organisations (NGOs) across T&T continue to find partnerships that can positively impact those in need. The Work, Talent Dedication, Youth, Art, Sports and Cultural Foundation (WTDF) successfully applied to the Digicel Foundation for a grant to purchase back-to-school supplies for students from 20 primary schools across East and West Port-of-Spain.
Children and families experienced the wonder of science at McDonald’s Happy Family event last Saturday with exciting space-themed activities.
Thirty-five-year-old Candice John is no ordinary teacher. For the past three years, she has worked at National Centre for Persons with Disabilities (NCPD) in San Fernando as resident Information Technology (IT) Instructor.
To’ren Healthcare Consultancy’s (THC) second Summer Weight Loss Camp was a success for the participants, their parents and the administrators. The camp, which targeted children and teenagers from ages six to 18, ran from July 8 to August 16 at St Anthony’s College, Westmoorings.
The next generation of business tycoons made their T&T debut at the country’s first ever Children’s Business Fair. The initiative, which is geared toward developing entrepreneurial skills and fostering innovative thinking, was made possible through a collaboration between bmobile and KidSpot.TnT.
International Literacy Day on Sunday, September 8 marked the start of Alta free classes for adults aged 16 and over who would like to improve their reading, writing and spelling.
It was a symphony of music, laughter and excitement as more than 80 young people from across Mayaro and Guayaguayare brought the curtains down on the Black Deer ‘Learning Can Be Fun’ July-August vacation camp sponsored by energy company, BP Trinidad and Tobago (bpTT).
For World Suicide Prevention Day (WSPD) and as well for World Mental Health Day (WMHD October 10), both lead international organisations have consolidated their advocacy under one theme: Working Together to Prevent Suicide.
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