Author Archives: Caribbean Digest

Steelpan Strikers drown out Soca Kings in T10 final

Sports Jelani Beckles 13 Hrs Ago Steelpan Strikers celebrate victory in the TTCB Dream XI T10 Blast final at the Brian Lara Academy, Tarouba. – Marvin Hamilton ANTHONY Alexander and West Indies T20 batsman Evin Lewis led Steelpan Strikers to the Dream XI Trinidad T10 Blast title with a seven-wicket win over Soca Kings in […]

Crawley, Root help deflate Windies

NORTH SOUND, Antigua, CMC – Zak Crawley’s second Test hundred left West Indies frustrated and facing a potentially precarious final day today, as the opening Test headed for tense finish at the Vivian Richards Cricket Stadium. When rain forced a premature end to yesterday’s penultimate day, the tourists were in a commanding position on 217 […]

Don’t panic, gasoline prices steady for now

Business Ryan Hamilton-Davis 2 Days Ago FILE PHOTO: A gas station pump attendant fill a car with premium unleaded gas at St Christopher’s Service Station on Wrightson Road, Port of Spain. – ALTHOUGH a price hike at the pumps may seem inevitable, there is no need to panic just yet, as, while stocks and supplies […]

Why retirement planning is important

Business Newsday Reporter 2 Days Ago Source: linkedin.com – For most people, retirement is a milestone in their lives. They look forward to the freedom of not having the daily grind of work and the excitement that comes from planning each day exactly how they want it to be. Now, imagine yourself in retirement with […]

East, North East win in Scotiabank U-15 cricket

Sports Jelani Beckles An Hour Ago Director of Scotiabank Foundation Peter Ghany greets young cricketers at Friday’s opening round of the Scotiabank NextGen Under-15 Development Programme at the National Cricket Centre, Balmain, Couva. – THE Scotiabank NextGen Under-15 50-over Development Programme 2022 bowled off on Friday with matches throughout the country. At St Mary’s Ground […]

Power partnerships key to navigating supply chain volatility

Business Newsday Reporter 2 Days Ago File photo of containers and cranes at the Port of Port of Spain. – SHELLY ANN MOHAMMED In the past year we’ve witnessed everything from border closures to staffing shortages push supply chains to breaking point – patterns of demand have changed, container costs have increased and backlogs developed. […]

Work from home still workable

Business Newsday Yesterday A maxi taxi full of passengers at City Gate, Port of Spain on Monday. All public servants returned to work as part of a resumption of full government services. Public transport also returned to full capacity. – PHOTO BY SUREASH CHOLAI GOVERNMENT workers have largely returned to in-office work in the wake […]