Minister of Sport and Youth Affairs Shamfa Cudjoe

MINISTER of Sport Shamfa Cudjoe is expected to greet and address Special Olympics TT’s 44-member delegation, at about 5 pm today, on their return from the Special Olympics International 2019 World Games, in the United Arab Emirates.

Read more: Minister to welcome Special Olympics athletes home

Sharon Rowley, wife of Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley, celebrates International Women's Day with students, government ministers and "influencers" yesterday at the Diplomatic Centre, St Ann's. The theme of this year's celebration was "Balance for Better" PHOTO Courtesty the Office of the Prime Minister

Sharon Rowley, wife of Prime Minister, welcomed a diverse group of boys, girls, men and women to the Diplomatic Centre to celebrate International Women's Day.

Read more: Sharon encourages boys to be feminists

TTOC president Brian Lewis, from left, journalist/moderator Franka Philip, feature speaker Dale Neuberger, Dr Anand Rampersad present during a panel discussion at the TTOC’s Sport Industry TT Conference at the Hyatt Regency in Port-of-Spain, yesterday.

"T&T as the sports hub of the Caribbean. Why Not?"

Read more: Neuberger: Thriving sports industry a reality for T&T

The re-en­act­ment of Kam­bule on Car­ni­val Fri­day, is sym­bol­i­cal­ly the awak­en­ing of the Car­ni­val spir­it.

Read more: Reliving the spirit of Kambule

TTOC president Brian Lewis

ENTREPRENEURSHIP in sport will be the main focus of discussion when the fourth Sport Industry TT Conference, hosted by the TT Olympic Committee (TTOC), takes place on March 7 at the Hyatt Regency, Port of Spain, from 8.30 am.

Read more: Sport Industry Conference to tackle entrepreneurship


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