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Integrity Commission Probing Government Minister

PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad CMC – The Integrity Commission says it has launched an investigation into allegations of corruption made against a government minister during the campaign for the July 29 by-election in Chaguanas West. In a brief statement, the ...

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Cuttin’ Style: High Fashion From Trinidad And Tobago

Cuttin’ Style: High Fashion From Trinidad And Tobago

By Dwain Wellington Rattray Pride Contributing Editor Style and fashion have always been synonymous with the twin island republic of Trinidad and Tobago. Those refreshingly distinct styles are the fashion signature of Joan Pierre, who first brought Cuttin’ Style to ...

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The Positive Vibes Of Rastafest

The Positive Vibes Of Rastafest

By Dwain Wellington Rattray Pride Contributing Editor “One good thing about music: when it hits, you feel no pain.” Those immortal words of Reggae legend Robert Nesta “Bob” Marley may be considered the energy that surrounds and propels the current ...

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Medicinal Cannabis In An Era Of Change

Medicinal Cannabis In An Era Of Change

By Cydney Hargis US Correspondent WASHINGTON, D.C. (IPS) – The controversial topic of medical cannabis has been put under a microscope after the internationally known neurosurgeon, Dr. Sanjay Gupta, came out in support of its use this week. In a ...

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Archie Alleyne Scholarships Expanded To Include The Arts

Archie Alleyne Scholarships Expanded To Include The Arts

By Neil Armstrong Pride Contributing Writer TORONTO, Ontario – The Nia Centre for the Arts is teaming up with the Archie Alleyne Scholarship Fund (AASF) to expand the Fund’s program to award scholarships and bursaries to deserving young artists pursuing ...

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How To Navigate A Cancer Diagnosis

How To Navigate A Cancer Diagnosis

Pioneering Psychotherapist Shares Strategies for Managing Anxiety & Maintaining Emotional Wellness Unlike many of the most important events in one’s life – graduation, marriage, having a child – almost no one anticipates a cancer diagnosis. This year, nearly 239,000 U.S. ...

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