Boogsie, O’Connor headline pan, kaiso event

Seven-time champion Panorama arranger Len “Boogsie” Sharpe and 2012 Calypso Monarch Duane O’Connor will headline Pan and Kaiso, a fundraiser for the new Ifa Orisa School of Enlightenment. The Ifa Orisa School of Enlightenment is an earmore..


Natural disaster: the new normal

THE people of Antigua and Barbuda seem not to resist the waves. They traverse their seas on the Barbuda Express, a 56-seater wave-piercing, open-sided catamaran. The waves splash anyone too close to the windows and bang roaringly against the sides, shakinmore..


Lendl: I have a lot more to offer

LENDL Simmons was named yesterday in the West Indies T20 squad to face Afghanistan after a two- year hiatus from representing the regional side. Simmons justified his selection by performing commendably when he represented the Trinbago Knight Rides (TKR)more..


Adams says Haynes can play key role

DIRECTOR of cricket at Cricket West Indies Jimmy Adams said former West Indies opener Desmond Haynes could still play a key role in West Indies cricket. Haynes and Floyd Reifer were among the top three candidates for the head coaching position of the Westmore..


Hail Tridents CPL Champs

WELL, after all is said and done, the end of the Caribbean League (CPL) 2019 has seen a remarkable comeback by the Barbados Tridents (BT), capably and incisively led by Jason Holder, to win the tournament. In a fantastic performance of courage and darimore..


UWI ‘A’ crowned Interclub champions

UNIVERSITY of the West Indies “A” was crowned champion of the 2019 National Interclub Tennis League when action climaxed, at the National Racquet in Tacarigua, on Sunday night. The tertiary team played an almost perfect game as they blew past Sando “B” 4more..


Campbell completes UCI training camp

ELITE national female cyclist, Teneil Campbell, recently concluded her 15-month training stint at the International Cycling Union (UCI) World Cycling Centre (WCC) in Aigle, Switzerland. Throughout this duration, Campbell underwent several intense traininmore..


Trinity, St Benedict’s seek points in SSFL

TRINITY College (Moka) and St Benedict’s College will be desperate for three points when the teams lock horns in round 11 of the Shell/First Citizens Secondary Schools Football League (SSFL) Premier Division, as both teams are in the bottom three of the smore..


Safeguard children’s health

TYRELL GITTENS PRESIDENT Paula-Mae Weekes is calling for greater awareness and investment in the health and wellbeing of young people. At the opening ceremony of the Caribbean Congress on Adolescent and Youth Health, on Monday, at the Hyatt Regency imore..


SunStone CEO: We are above board

SUNSTONE EQUITY head John Van Dyke flatly denied knowing anything about a US$500,000 wire transfer, as alleged by Oropouche East MP Dr Roodal Moonilal in Parliament yesterday. “If it was so, it was not to us or anything to do with us. We have always been more..