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TSTT takes Trinidad & Tobago into the digital transformation age

In a bold move to keep up with the global technological evolution,Telecommunications Services of Trinidad and Tobago (TSTT) under the guidance and leadership of CEO Dr. Ronald Walcott recently signed...

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Private, romantic Young Island Resort in St. Vincent and the Grenadines has retained hospitality marketing specialists MP&A Digital & Advertising as its agency of record. The full-service marketing agency is charged...

Bolt to launch fifteen restaurants in UK

Bolt to launch fifteen restaurants in UK

Usain Bolt is set to open 15 restaurants in the UK serving classic Jamaican dishes and “burgers à la Usain”.

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Persistence is a hell of a thing. One entertainer’s undying passion and his heritage have fueled what will likely be a long and prosperous career in music. Trinidad and Tobago’s Jade...

Ricky T and Jah Cure team up for “Freaky…

Ricky T and Jah Cure team up for “Freaky Girls” remix

It has been more than a year now that “Freaky Girls” from Saint Lucia’s Ricky T has dominated fetes, events and airwaves in all corners of the globe including the...

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Nassy represents for Tobago Tourism with latest track

The brand new musical offering by budding artiste Nassy entitled “D Tourist” has become the latest viral sensation to come out of the twin island republic of Trinidad & Tobago....

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Saturday, 04 December 2010 08:51

Bermuda’s GDP Drops 5.8%

Bermuda’s Gross Domestic Product dropped 5.8% in 2009  or 8.1 percent when adjusted for inflation  as the global recession continues to impact on the island’s economy. GDP, which measures the total value of goods and services produced in Bermuda, totalled $5.7 billion in 2009 according to new figures released by the Statistics Department on December 3rd.

“Financial intermediation, international business, hotels and restaurants, and the construction industry all suffered large declines in domestic output,” said the department. “The main factors contributing to the weaker growth performances were job losses, plummeting profits and reduced consumer spending.

Saturday, 04 December 2010 08:29

MP Amery Browne Silenced

Port of Spain Trinidad

Diego Martin Central MP Dr Amery Browne had the last evening became the only MP ever to be silenced by a previously unused standing order after being described as "disrespectful" by House Speaker Wade Mark.

Browne was last evening contributing to the Anti-Gang Bill at the Red House, Port of Spain, when the motion was moved against him.

He pointed out a peace walk in Covigne Road, Diego Martin, and two HIV awareness projects had been cancelled by the Youth Division of the Ministry of Sport and Youth Affairs and questioned whether the division was missing funds.

Friday, 03 December 2010 22:05

Golding dismisses Pickersgill comments

Jamaica's Prime Minister Bruce Golding has dismissed comments by Peoples National Party chairman Bobby Pickersgill about prioritising the North East St Ann Bi-election over a by-election to fill a vacant seat in the Trelawny Parish Council.

Shivnarine Chanderpaul made a return to form on Thursday making 54 runs as the Windies reached 244 for 5 against Sri Lanka on the second day of the 3rd Test match at the Pallekele Stadium.

In his 219th Test innings Chanderpaul, hit three boundaries to record his 55th Test half-century.

Friday, 03 December 2010 10:08

Seven per cent increase in tourism arrivals

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The Ministry of Tourism is reporting a 7.7per cent increase in visitor arrivals for July to September when compared with the similar period last year.

The Tourism Minister, Edmund Bartlett, says the growth for the period reflects the marketing efforts of the Jamaica Tourist Board (JTB), particularly after the West Kingston incursion.

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