By Manuel Holguin Hon. Stuart Young, the Minister of Energy for the twin-republic of Trinidad and Tobago, spoke to CNN about how the southernmost island country in the Caribbean could contribute to the ongoing world crisis of energy during the ongoing Russia and Ukraine conflict. Speaking with Richard Quest, Young sounded self-assured and willing to […]
Listen to Stuart Young, Minister of Energy for Trinidad & Tobago speak about the country stepping up natural gas production and concerns about Russian gas drive energy diversification.
Photo Credit: UWI Professor Selwyn Ryan passed away on Saturday, March 12, at 86. Ryan was one of Trinidad and Tobago’s leading writers, researchers, and political scientists. He was born in Princes Town to a lower-middle-class Afro-Trinidadian family. His mother made sure Ryan pursued higher education. Ryan was also motivated by Trinidad and Tobago, Prime […]
By Trevor M. Millett The journey of every Olympian to that athletic world stage is never an easy one. There is training. Training. Forever training. Competition after competition after competition. At times exhausted, nerves slightly frayed, but there is never any let-up. There must be consistency of form and performance. Attitude and mindset must be […]
By Victoria Falk The Caribbean community mourns the loss of Trinidadian Joyce Quamina, who died unexpectedly in Mount Sinai Hospital, in New York, at the age of 85, on March 1, 2022. It is ironic that the longtime Brooklynite, who was known affectionately by many as the “Carnival Queen,” would take her last breath on […]
PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad: The Caribbean Court of Justice, having found that it did indeed have jurisdiction to hear the appeal in the Guyana Election case, in a unanimous verdict, threw out the decision of the Guyana Appeal Court that inserted the word “valid” into the consideration of votes for the election of a president. […]
Conrad Ifill (left), owner of Conrad’s Famous Bakery in New York (Photo) NEW YORK – The Caribbean community in New York is mourning the passing of prominent Trinidadian businessman Conrad Ifill, whose Conrad’s Famous Bakery has been a fixture in Brooklyn’s the Caribbean community for decades. Ifill, who succumbed to the COVID-19 on April 17, […]
By Mohamed Q. Amin On Sunday, March 22, New York City lost a beloved teacher, friend, sister, daughter, and colleague, a tireless crusader for education justice. I was 14-years-old when I first met Dez-Ann Romain. She walked into Mrs. McCauley’s art class at Far Rockaway High School in Queens, NY, with intimidating confidence and fearlessness. […]
“…We are basically disconnecting ourselves from the international community for the next 14 days,” said Prime Minister Dr. Keith Rowley.
By Caribbean360 PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad, Monday March 16, 2020 – Trinidad and Tobago will not allow anyone other than its nationals to enter the country – except under exceptional circumstances – for the next two weeks, while bars and schools will be closed, as the country seeks to contain the spread of the novel Coronavirus […]
There is an old saying that says “charity begins at home”, however, it does not end there. This very notion is seen demonstrated by the many Caribbean based not-for-profit organizations in New York and The Trinidad and Tobago Nurses’ Association of America (TTNAA), Inc. is certainly no exception.
There is an old saying that says “charity begins at home”, however, it does not end there. This very notion is seen demonstrated by the many Caribbean based not-for-profit organizations in New York and The Trinidad and Tobago Nurses’ Association of America (TTNAA), Inc. is certainly no exception. Founded in August 1968 by a small […]