'I'M QUEEN OF FRANCE'
Posted: Saturday, February 11, 2017
'I'M QUEEN OF FRANCE'
McCartha "Calypso Rose" Lewis created history, becoming the first TT national to win the coveted Victoires de la Musique - France's version of the Grammys - for her platinum-selling album Far From Home.
Fans kept me going
Rose wins French 'Grammy'
Tobago teenager murdered: Throat slit
A frantic overnight search for missing 15-year-old Abiela Adams has ended, with the discovery of her body
Tobago teen murdered
MovieTowne suspect nabbed
A 23-YEAR-OLD man, on the run for the past five days after he was deemed the prime suspect in the murder of Jamilia De Revenaux
Govt sees positives at InTech Park
MINISTER of Public Administration and Communications, Maxie Cuffie, said yesterday the government is refining several proposals which will bring major investments to the Tamana InTech Park.
Tourism Ministry launches Lime 365 and GoTrinbago app
Dillon meets Muslim, US diplomats
...to collaborate against terrorism and terrorist activities
Trini to be listed as terrorist
A TRINIDADIAN national and two Guyanese men, currently serving prison terms in the United States for conspiring to commit a terrorist attack at John F Kennedy International Airport in New York in 2007
TTUTA, dissatisfied with Ministry of Education
...several of the school's teachers are working in fear and are being disrespected by officials by the ministry.
'should be back in stock next week'
We must educate ourselves about our history
...says Secretary General of the Association of Caribbean States (ACS), Dr June Soomer.
'Parents criminally liable for children'
Padarath urges Govt to think outside the box on crime...
Asami remembered on anniversary of death
ONE YEAR has passed since 31-year-old Japanese national Asami Nagakiya was found dead at the Queen's Park Savannah.
Driver held for photographing Mrs Rambharat
THE driver of a government minister's wife, who used his cellphone to take photos of her as she stood on a pavement at Ariapita Avenue on Thursday afternoon
Schoolgirl runs from abductors
AN 11-YEAR-OLD Standard Four pupil of a school in West Trinidad tearfully told her teachers on Thursday that while she was walking to school that morning
Gasparillo pensioner reported missing
Stephen Garcia, 71, of LP 249 Caratal Road, Gasparillo whom relatives described as mentally unstable, was reported missing by his great-niece Tshora Garcia, on Thursday 9
Bible-toting bandits vanish
IT SEEMS the Bible-toting bandits who drugged and robbed a Chaguanas woman of almost $40,000 in cash and jewelry committed the perfect crime.
Man freed of drug charge after 13 years
After 13 years with a cocaine trafficking charge hanging over his head, an Equadorian national was able to breathe a sign of relief yesterday after a San Fernando jury found him not guilty.
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