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How robots could be the answer to staff shortages

Robots in restaurants could be the partial answer to a staff shortage for the sector. That's according to Paul Lenehan, president of the Restaurant Association of Ireland. He was speaking as one Japanese restaurant in Dublin is using a robotic waitress, called BellaBot. A BellaBot robot on display in Las Vegas in January 2020. Picture

San Francique home undermined by WASA leak

News Clint Chan Tack 15 Minutes Ago The Pluck Road, San Francique home of the Narine family. A landslip has been treating to destroy their home. - ANGELO MARCELLE ATTORNEY Prakash Ramadhar is seeking help for members of the Narine family, whose house at Pluck Road/Santa Cecelia Trace, San Francique, was damaged by a nearby

Emancipation Support Committee: Review of monuments long overdue

News Jensen La Vende 47 Minutes Ago Statue of Christopher Columbus. - Photo by Ayanna Kinsale The Emancipation Support Committee of Trinidad and Tobago (ESCTT) has congratulated the Prime Minister for establishing a committee to review the placement of statues, monuments and other historical signage. However, it says the action is long overdue, and is

Tennis great Serena Williams set to retire

Sports Newsday Reporter An Hour Ago Serena Williams, of the United States, returns the ball during a match against Nuria Parrizas-Diaz, of Spain, during the National Bank Open tennis tournament in Toronto, on Monday. (AP PHOTO) - TENNIS legend Serena Williams has hinted that she will retire soon. Williams, 40, is considered one of the

Sports Company, Tourism Trinidad Ltd sign MOU

Sports Newsday Reporter 2 Hrs Ago Jason Williams, CEO of SporTT (left) and Carla Cupid, CEO (interim) of Tourism Trinidad Limited. PHOTO COURTESY SPORTS COMPANY OF TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO. - THE SPORTS Company of TT Ltd (SporTT) and Tourism Trinidad Ltd (TTL) are formalising plans to develop TT as the leading sport tourism destination in

Moll in winners’ row at Jumping League 2

Sports Newsday Reporter 2 Hrs Ago Sandhya Moll aboard her horse Street Dancer. PHOTO COURTESY TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO EQUESTRIAN ASSOCIATION. - THE TRINIDAD and Tobago Equestrian Association recently held their Jumping League 2 competitions at San Antonio Stables in Santa Cruz and Sandy Hill Stables in Freeport. Twenty riders competed over three days with the

Tourism Minister visits Comfort Inn: Use incentives to expand industry

News Kinnesha George 21 Hrs Ago Minister of Tourism Randall Mitchell, right, enjoys the views on a tour of Comfort Inn & Suites with general manager Maria Yip-John on Monday morning. - Minister of Tourism, Culture and the Arts Randall Mitchell is encouraging tourism-related businesses to use the incentives provided by his ministry to continue

MSJ: Government should have taken wage advice from its own board

News Yvonne Webb 21 Hrs Ago MSJ leader David Abdulah. - PHOTO BY ROGER JACOB IF Government had taken the advice of the Economic Development Advisory Board (EDAB) since 2016, the three cycles of outstanding negotiations for public-sector workers could have been settled and would not now be an economic nightmare. In making this claim

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World javelin champ thrown overboard from Harbour Master in Grenada

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