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Trinidad and Tobago Interfaith Council of New York hosts Black History event
25 February 2013 - The Trinidad and Tobago Interfaith Council (TTIC) of New York, under the patronage of the Consulate General of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago, hosted the first ever Interfaith, Intercultural, and Interdisciplinary programme in commemoration of their Caribbean heritage and Black History month. The event was well attended with participants from all walks of life, representing a cross section of the Caribbean-American Diaspora. The event had as its theme, 'One People, One Mission, One Victory' the 'Pioneers of Social Change,' and was held at the Sri Trimurti Bhavan Temple in Queens, New York. (more)

Trinidad and Tobago honours first Prime Minister
22 March 2011 - The Trinidad and Tobago Postal Corporation and the Eric Williams Memorial Collection will launch a commemorative centenary stamp on 5 April 2011 to honour the 100th birthday of Dr Eric Williams, Trinidad and Tobago's first Prime Minister and Head of Government for a quarter of a century. (more)

Trinidad and Tobago plan to open an international financial centre
23 June 2008 - Trinidad and Tobago by September plan to open an international financial centre to compete with Miami and Panama which could include a commodities exchange, the Minister of Finance said last week. Trinidad and Tobago want to diversify their economy into financial services, and away from energy. (more)

Trinidad and Tobago: Organic farming the answer to food security
4 June 2007 - Organic farming is receiving the attention of the government of Trinidad and Tobago as a way to ensure food security. (more)

Trinidad and Tobago: Murders decline for third month
24 September 2006 - Murders have decreased 'for the third straight month' in Trinidad and Tobago, the Ministry of National Security has said. (more)

CARICOM exploring renewable energy
8 September 2006 - The Caribbean Community and Common Market (CARICOM) is looking at the development of 26 renewable energy projects in response to skyrocketing energy costs. (more)

Caribbean leaders inaugurate own court
16 April 2005 - Caribbean leaders inaugurated a court Saturday that will serve as the highest judicial body for much of the region, a step toward shedding their 170-year-old dependence on Britain's Privy Council that many have resented as a vestige of colonialism. (more)


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2011 sees advances in Consciousness-Based Education in Trinidad
22 December 2011 - During the past year, Maharishi Institute of Science and Technology was established in Trinidad and Tobago. Through this institution, online courses from US-based Maharishi University of Management will be offered in 2012. (more)

Bright students in Consciousness-Based Education schools inspire their communities
20 July 2010 - Consciousness-Based Education programmes are drawing increasing attention in countries around the world. A recent report on Trinidad and Tobago, Norway, Togo, and Uganda highlights progress in these countries through programmes offered by the Global Country of World Peace, especially in the field of education. (more)

Trinidad and Tobago: Education, health, rehabilitation initiatives progressing
20 July 2010 - In Trinidad and Tobago, Consciousness-Based Education programmes offered by the Global Country of World Peace have been moving ahead, along with initiatives in health and rehabilitation. (more)

Trinidad school system expands Consciousness-Based Education programme with new building
16 December 2009 - The SWAHA (Society Working for the Advancement of Human Aspirations) school system in Trinidad and Tobago will be expanding its Consciousness-Based Education Programme, including the establishment of a Yogic Flying group to create invincibility for the nation. (more)

Transcendental Meditation has new Vastu home in Trinidad and Tobago
14 December 2009 - A new Vastu building--designed and constructed according to Vedic Architecture, Maharishi Sthapatya Veda--was recently donated to the Global Country of World Peace in Trinidad and Tobago. The building will be used as a Maharishi Invincibility Centre, offering the Transcendental Meditation Programme, and many other programmes of Maharishi Mahesh Yogi including those for health, education, business, and government. (more)

Trinidad: Honouring leaders in the creation of national invincibility
27 June 2009 - Recently a celebration was held to honour the many great leaders who helped create invincibility for Trinidad--which was declared by Maharishi Mahesh Yogi, Founder of the Global Country of World Peace, on 20 May 2006. (more)

Trinidad and Tobago: Indian population shows great receptivity to Maharishi's knowledge
21 December 2008 - Speaking on Maharishi Global Family Chat, Raja Graham de Freitas, Raja of Invincible Trinidad and Tobago for the Global Country of World Peace, reported that knowledge of Maharishi Mahesh Yogi's programmes is spreading in his domain, especially within its large Indian community. (more)

Global Mother Divine Organization blossoming in Trinidad and Tobago
4 August 2008 - The National Director of the Global Mother Divine Organization of Trinidad and Tobago reported to the global Guru Purnima Assembly of the Global Country of World Peace, held in MERU, Netherlands, from 18-24 July 2008. (more)

Good News from Invincible Trinidad and Tobago
29 March 2008 - Raja Graham De Freitas, Raja (Administrator) of Invincible Trinidad and Tobago for the Global Country of World Peace, reviewed the recent progress of Maharishi's programmes in the field of education and crime reduction. (more)

Trinidad and Tobago: A joy to our world family
22 May 2007 - On 20 May 2007, a grand festival was held in Port of Spain, Trinidad, to celebrate the rise to invincibility of the nation of Trinidad and Tobago, made possible by a group of 150 students who have just learned Maharishi's technologies of invincibility--the Transcendental Meditation Programme and the TM-Sidhi Programme including Yogic Flying--at the SWAHA College and the SWAHA Secondary School, founded seven years ago by Pandit Hari Persad. (more)


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Work crews crush sea turtle eggs on Trinidad beach
9 July 2012 - Thousands of leatherback turtle eggs and hatchlings have been crushed by heavy machinery along a Trinidad beach widely regarded as the world's densest nesting area for the biggest of all living sea turtles, conservationists said Monday. Government work crews with bulldozers were redirecting the Grand Riviere, a shifting river that was threatening a hotel where tourists from around the globe watch the huge endangered turtles lay their eggs. But several conservationists who monitor turtle populations say the crews botched the job, digging up an unnecessarily large swath of the important nesting beach in the tiny coastal town on Trinidad's northern shore. Marc de Verteuil, of the Papa Bois Conservation organization, said the river had already eroded a lot of the dense nesting areas on the beach before the weekend, but the government work crews made a bad situation worse. De Verteuil and other conservationists said they could not confidently gauge how the loss of so many eggs and hatchlings could affect the region's leatherback population. Leatherbacks lay about 85 eggs at a time, but less than 1 per cent survive to adulthood. (more)

Trinidad and Tobago: A 'wall of shame' nags site of Americas summit
17 April 2009 - A newly finished brick wall mostly obscures from the view of leaders arriving at the Summit of the Americas a slum that embodies their biggest challenges: drug-related violence and an economic crisis that threatens to erase gains against poverty. The people of Beetham Estate, which flanks the main highway entering Port of Spain (the capital of Trinidad and Tobago) from the east, call it 'the wall of shame'. Beetham is home to some 5,000 people, about a tenth of them squatters. A block-wide slice of simple dwellings that runs most of a mile and is wedged between motorways, it is a place outsiders shun for the danger. Wars between rival gangs who peddle cocaine and marijuana claim about two young lives a day in this country of more than 1.4 million. It saw 157 murders in the first three-and-a-half months of this year, on the heels of 545 last year - the highest ever. (more)

US vows terror fight across Americas
18 February 2005 - The Inter-American Committee against Terrorism, an arm of the 34-member Organization of American States held its fifth annual conference Thursday in Trinidad. The US encouraged countries to increase their funding to fight terrorism in the Americas as regional security chiefs called for improved intelligence sharing and tougher laws against terror financing. (more)

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