Fourteen-year-old Luke Williams, who was shot dead on Monday at Singh’s Liquor Mart in St James, had many challenges socially and domestically.
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Less than a week after throwing a personal best at the Cayman Islands Carifta Games 2019 of 71.45m, The University of Mississippi freshman Tyriq Horsford increased that mark to 72.31m at the National Relays in Arkansas, USA considered a warm-up meet to the NCAA Championships which takes place from June 5-8.
TT’s first Olympic gold medallist Hasely Crawford’s legacy has been immortalised in a comic book titled A Runner’s Life – Lessons from an Olympian, a project undertaken by the National Gas Company (NGC) and the Heroes Foundation, a non-profit NGB.
T&T's Tyriq Horsford was tipped to win the men's Under-20 javelin title at the 48th edition of the Carifta Games and he did not disappoint winning the event at the Truman Bodden Sports Complex in the Cayman Islands, yesterday.
Men in TT are at risk of having prostate cancer and lung cancer. The Ministry of Health has taken on the issue of non-communicable diseases (NCDs) and yesterday marked a revolution of how TT’s health sector treated with NCDs (diseases that are not easily transmitted from one person to another) especially prostate cancer in men.
POLICE have noted a new trend developing in this country where predators, in order to avoid detection and prosecution, are resorting to drugging minors who are then raped. In some cases, the rape leads to a pregnancy that the child or teen cannot explain to her parents and the police. This has led the police to issue new warnings to young girls and their parents to be extra vigilant.