Canada Soccer names roster for Women’s U-20 Championship in Trinidad-Tobago

Canada Soccer names roster for Women’s U-20 Championship in Trinidad-Tobago

Canada Soccer has named the 20 players who will represent Canada at the CONCACAF U-20 Women’s Championship in Trinidad and Tobago, which serves as the qualification tournament for the FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup France 2018 to be held later in the year. The tournament running from  January 17 to  January 28 will see Canada, […]

Caribbean promoter music dies in Tobago at 69

Caribbean promoter music dies in Tobago at 69

Clyde McNeil, widely known promoter of Caribbean music who owned  Club Trinidad, died  at hospital in Tobago on January 3 last. He was 69. Friends of  the promoter  said that  he  had been ailing with kidney problems and high blood pressure McNeil who came to Canada in 1966, worked as a lab technician at the […]

First female President for Trinidad and Tobago

First female President for Trinidad and Tobago

PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad -Trinidad and Tobago will get its first female President later this month. Madam Justice Paula-Mae Weekes, a Court of  Appeal judge in the Turks and Caicos Islands, has been nominated to succeed Anthony Carmona as the next head of state. On Monday the Opposition yesterday gave approval for the Government’s sole […]

‘The Eyes of God’ deliver a message

‘The Eyes of God’ deliver a message

PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad – After a hiatus spanning several years, mas’ icon Peter Minshall  is back on the Trinidad Carnival scene. Minshall, well known internationally for his spectacular and  sometimes macabre presentations, is producing The Eyes of God for Trinidad Carnival 2018. It’s a sailor band that will be accompanied by the Exodus steelband. […]

Trinidadian doctor on manslaughter charge after dead baby found in office freezer

Trinidadian doctor on manslaughter charge  after dead baby found in office freezer

PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad— A doctor in Trinidad has been charged with manslaughter in the death of a newborn baby — five months after the infant’s corpse was found in a freezer at his office. Dr Ronald Budhooram was denied bail when he appeared in the magistrates’ court last week but his attorneys later applied […]

Former Trinidad Carnival queen dies in Toronto at 75

Former Trinidad Carnival queen dies in Toronto at 75

Betty John who created carnival history in Trinidad by winning both the national carnival queen  contest in Port of Spain and the  local queen contest in her  hometown, San Fernando, in 1962, died at Bridgepoint hospital in Toronto  on November 17 last. She was 75. Her son, Joel, said his mother who suffered from diabetes […]

Leaders renew call for the Caribbean to be declared zone of peace

Leaders renew call for the Caribbean to be declared  zone of  peace

ST JOHN’S, Antigua  – Caribbean Community (CARICOM) and Cuban leaders ended their sixth summit in Antigua on Friday reiterating calls for the region to be declared a zone of peace and urging the United States to lift the decades old trade and economic embargo on Havana. In addition, the leaders of the 15-member group and Cuba […]

1 2 3 14