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On the walls of business places in Arima will soon have 'Wanted' posters showing the images and descriptions of people suspected of robberies, murders, shootings, fraud, etc.
Lutchmin Ramdeo, 73, smiles as she feeds the stray dogs and pigeons at an open yard at the end of Perseverence Road in Chaguanas, next to one of WASA's compound.
Sitting in his Cardinal Crescent home, Hutson recounted how much the area has changed since he moved there in 1986.
To an outsider looking in, Felicity is well known for holding some of the most extravagant displays of deyas for the Hindu festival of lights—Divali. It's an area where amateur fishermen used to take part in fishing tournaments hosted by the Felicity Charlieville Fishing Association (FCFA) up to four years ago. It's also an area known for its high proportion of oyster vendors.
For many in T&T, Divali, a Hindu festival, is a national celebration that comes just once a year, but for most people of Felicity it is a way of life.
In many creation myths from around the world, man was formed from clay. In the skilled hands of potters like Andy Benny, who operates Radika's Pottery Shop at Edinburgh Village in Chaguanas, Makh Ticklal, from Makh’s Pottery Shop, in Edinburgh, Chaguanas and Shiva Ragoonanan, from Ragoonan Pottery Shop, in Chase Village, Carapichaima, clay almost comes to life taking form and shape on the potter's wheel.
You can go bargain hunting in Chaguanas, where Indian expos flourish, but without falling victim and prey to the predatory wrecker, snatch and grab bandits, pickpockets, or being splashed with dirty drain water from a passing vehicle like in Port-of-Spain.
There’s an old saying, "Sticks and stones may break my bones but words could never hurt me." And perhaps many ascribe to this adage, not realising that words can hurt you and they can be scarring, especially if they are repeatedly negative, insulting, and harsh. Psychologists say verbal abuse over a long-term period has a direct link to several behavioural, mental, physical and emotional disorders. And can be damning to a person’s development.
Cricket coach Robin Singh has moved from Trinidad to India and just about everywhere else. And what a journey this has been for the well-known cricketer-now-coach who was born in Princes Town, and who has been travelling since departing these shore many years ago. After leaving Trinidad, he ended up staying in India and making a name for himself in the cricketing world, representing that country at the highest level both as a player and coach.
A great school profile can impress prospective parents, attract the best teachers, and even provide the local community with a much-needed boost. However, the opposite will be achieved if there is no investment in a particular institution so that it becomes the last option for both students and parents, and its community appeal will slowly dwindle as has been the case at Tunapuna Government Secondary School (TGSS).
The most pressing burden all caregivers carry is to meet peoples’ needs, not just by persevering through its demands, but by doing so day in, day out. Whether it’s caring for the elderly, caring for someone with special needs, or caring for someone who’s experienced major trauma or illness, the physical, emotional and relational demands of caregiving take their toll over time. While there are several strategies to lighten your burden, some are quicker to apply than others.—(American Naturopath, Nathan Mcveigh)
Boxing is typically viewed as a violent sport for the brave; testing the will and endurance of the athletes. However, a new technique called Rock Steady Boxing uses the sport in a unique way to help in the treatment of individuals diagnosed with Parkinson's disease (PD).
Dr Daniel Olukoya, founder and general overseer of Mountain of Fire and Miracle (MFM) Ministries was the featured speaker at the National Minister's Conference at the Hyatt Regency Hotel, Port-of-Spain, as well as the crusade, entitled No More Embargo at the Centre of Excellence, Macoya, last weekend.
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