Marlene Augustine started working at Newsday in 2013 as a typesetter. The then Editor-in- Chief (EIC), Therese Mills, having observed Marlene’s natural ability to get people to open up to her, began assigning her to cover events. Thanks to the guidance of the then Assistant to the EIC, Camille Moreno, within a couple of months Marlene found herself working full time as a reporter, covering a wide range of subjects including education and human interest stories.
PORT of Spain Mayor Joel Martinez on Wednesday told secondary school students, the impact of
PRINCES Town MP Barry Padarath is calling on Minister of Culture Dr Nyan Gadsby-Dolly
This country’s second largest lotto jackpot – $25.
PRISON officer Nigel Marshall, 45, who has 15 years’ service, was yesterday granted $70,000 bail
THREE men, Quincy Felix, Ian Stanley and Sherman Hinds were yesterday freed of murder by
WHILE there is no problem to get people immunised, there is a problem in getting
THERE is no outbreak of Hand, Foot and Mouth Disease (HFMD) says Health Minister Terrance
PRESIDENT General of the National Union of Government and Federated Workers (NUGFW) and president of
Although many people tarnished his name for working with those who were less fortunate and
FIVE sailings of the T&T Express, from February 23 to February 25, have been cancelled
CARNIVAL 2018 has been deemed a success by Gold Commander for Carnival 2018, acting DCP
RELATIVES of 15-year-old Angel Bonnell, who attends the St Augustine Senior Comprehensive School, are pleading
SEVEN days after 15-year-old Angel Bonnell was reported missing last week Friday she is home.