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An unlikely hero rose from the ashes of this year’s Machel Monday. And it wasn’t Montano.

The countdown is on for thousands of Trinbagonians who cannot contain their excitement and anticipation of the Carnival days. As we are draw closer, it is a culmination of weeks of hard work and preparation, coupled with weeks of partying and patronage of numerous competitions and events all over the country.

For a man who never liked school and did not “take to” academics, Andrew Ramroop has achieved quite a lot, becoming the fi rst black man to own a shop on London’s presti gious and exclusive “tailoring mile,” Savile Row and receiving an honour, the Order of the Briti sh Empire (OBE) from the Queen in 2008.

National Gas Company (NGC) chairman, Gerry Brooks, says with the contraction of the global economy expected to be “painful, long and difficult”, it is vital that today’s secondary school students “inculcate the right habits and values from now” which will take them on the road to success.

The saying goes “money makes the world go round”, so it could be said then that late payments make things come to a grinding halt.

Sometime ago, I had the pleasure of being hosted to a delightful business luncheon with the chief executive of an upcoming organisation. During the luncheon (lunch meeting), the CEO expressed her many visionary and laser-focussed ideas on expanding and strengthening her brand, with a number of measures she implemented to increase the skill level of(...)

Public reaction to recent announcements by some commercial banks that they intend to raise their fees and charges for service has ranged from a sober message to the banks to have a heart, to outright public vexation. These fees and charges impact consumers as follows: savings accounts (five fees), chequing accounts (nine fees), lending facilities ((...)

TSTT has engaged Beesion Technologies, the pioneer of low-code telecom software, as part of its retail transformation of the bmobile in-store experience. This will enable customers to enjoy one-stop support and service for wireless and wireline services across not just TSTT’s corporate-owned stores but at national dealers as well.

The Financial Intelligence Unit of Trinidad and Tobago (FIU) recently issued its 2016 annual report on its operations for the period October 1 2015 to September 30 2016. In 2016, the Caribbean Financial Action Task Force (CFATF) published its Report on the 4th Round Mutual Evaluation of the Anti-Money Laundering/Combatting the Financing of Terroris(...)

The Ministry of Trade and Industry (MTI) in collaboration with its state agency and subsidiary company, The Trinidad and Tobago Creative Industries Company Limited and the Trinidad and Tobago Music Company Limited hosted a workshop on February 17, at the National Academy of Performing Arts, Port-of-Spain on the “Business of Calypso”. The workshop (...)

Habitat for Humanity Trinidad and Tobago may have marked a milestone in 2016 with the construction of its 500th house, but it is concerned about a decline in new house construction.

Public transportation is required by everybody at one time or the other, and is essential for more than 60 percent of our population.

The European Union Delegation to Trinidad and Tobago has stepped up its engagement with civil society organisations (CSOs), awarding three grants benefiting 17 local and regional-based organisations for projects in Governance and Human Rights.



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