The Great African Scandal (Video)
Robert Beckford visits Ghana to investigate the hidden costs of rice, chocolate and gold and why, 50 years after independence, a country so rich in natural resources is one of the poorest in the world... Continue to Video
SHAKTIYANA – The Primordial Energy By TriniView.com - Event Date: Oct. 11, 2014 On Saturday 11th October, 2014, Nrityanjali Theatre (Institute for the Arts and Culture), in collaboration with Mahatma Gandhi Institute for Cultural Co-operation, hosted its annual Classical Indian Ballet.
Flooding in Manzanilla By TriniView.com - Event Date: Oct. 31, 2014 On Monday 17th November, 2014, a Trinidadandtobagonews.com reporter visited the Manzanilla/Mayaro road which flooded and collapsed due to erosion caused by consistent rainfall, high tide conditions and the overflowing of the Nariva Swamp.
President's 2014 Calypso Reception By TriniView.com - Event Date: Oct. 31, 2014 On Friday 31st October, 2014, President's Annual Calypso Reception was held at the National Academy for the Performing Arts. Decorators for the event had done a remarkable job as gold covered tables stood at intervals accentuated with lovely, fresh floral arrangements...
COCO Dance Festival 2014 By TriniView Reporters - Event Date: Oct. 03, 2014 On Monday 22nd The Contemporary Choreographers' Collective (COCO) Dance Festival opened in Queen's Hall on Friday 3rd October, 2014, for its sixth annual showcasing of dance pieces from across the Caribbean and around the world.
Cubes in Space 2014 Awards Ceremony By TriniView Reporters - Event Date: Aug. 26, 2014 On September 26th 2014, Trinidad and Tobago was the host of the Cubes in Space awards ceremony which was held at the residence of the Canadian High Commissioner in Fairways, Maraval...
AG DUCKS Attorney General Anand Ramlogan has refused to confirm or deny an allegation that six days before attorney David West was appointed director of the Police Complaints Authority (PCA), he asked him to withdraw his witness statement in a defamation lawsuit relating to the failed extradition involving Section 34 applicants Steve Ferguson and Ishwar Galbaransingh in exchange for him being selected for the job.
Verna: Politicians don't care Former Child Development Minister Verna St Rose-Greaves yesterday accused parliamentarians of not caring for the country's children enough to find ways to work together in the children's best interest. She noted that children's legislation had been on the table for approximately 15 years, and still there seemed to be a disconnect by parliamentarians.
PM leads in Nacta poll A poll conducted by the North American Caribbean Teachers Association (Nacta) has shown that Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar still enjoys an approval rating of 51 per cent among party members and supporters, five years after being elected UNC political leader. Opposition Leader Dr Keith Row
Change a must Trinidad and Tobago is crying out for leadership that is fresh, dynamic and all-embracing as opposed to that which is tribalistic and separatist.
Concerns over the 'lone ranger' Several high level security officials are expressing concern over what they seem to be National Security Minister Gary Griffith's "lone ranger" approach in the fight against crime.
'No limit to adoption of T&T children' Foreigners, such as celebrity couple Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt, could one day be able to adopt children of Trinidad and Tobago in need of a loving home, says Minister in the Ministry of Works Stacy Roopnarine.