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Something Extra | Friday

Published:Friday | October 7, 2022 | 12:06 AM
Trinidad and Tobago nationals residing in Jamaica (from left) Marcia Erskine, public relations consultant; engineer Louise Fletcher Well and realtor Lystra Sharp.
Trinidad and Tobago nationals residing in Jamaica (from left) Marcia Erskine, public relations consultant; engineer Louise Fletcher Well and realtor Lystra Sharp.
Amanda Fraser (left), first secretary, Trinidad and Tobago High Commission, is embraced by Gina Guillén Grillo, ambassador of Costa Rica, at the reception celebrating Trinidad and Tobago’s 60th anniversary of independence and 46th Republic Day.
Amanda Fraser (left), first secretary, Trinidad and Tobago High Commission, is embraced by Gina Guillén Grillo, ambassador of Costa Rica, at the reception celebrating Trinidad and Tobago’s 60th anniversary of independence and 46th Republic Day.
From left: Ambassador Sheila Sealy Monteith, permanent secretary, Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade; Kamina Johnson Smith, minister of foreign affairs and foreign trade; and Richard Pandohie, chief executive officer, Seprod Ltd.
From left: Ambassador Sheila Sealy Monteith, permanent secretary, Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade; Kamina Johnson Smith, minister of foreign affairs and foreign trade; and Richard Pandohie, chief executive officer, Seprod Ltd.
Opposition Leader Mark Golding greets Dian Watson at the  reception held at the Trinidad and Tobago High Commission.
Opposition Leader Mark Golding greets Dian Watson at the reception held at the Trinidad and Tobago High Commission.
Deryck Murray (right), high commissioner of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago to Jamaica, greets Kamina Johnson Smith, minister of foreign affairs and foreign trade.
Deryck Murray (right), high commissioner of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago to Jamaica, greets Kamina Johnson Smith, minister of foreign affairs and foreign trade.
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The Trinidad and Tobago (T&T) community celebrated the country’s 60th anniversary of independence and 46th Republic Day with a soirée hosted by Deryck Murray, high commissioner of the twin-island republic to Jamaica, and his wife, Maureen Murray. Held at the T&T High Commission, it was supported by several local companies and saw the attendance of members of the diplomatic community, the Government, Opposition and Trinidad and Tobago nationals residing in Jamaica. All enjoyed a meld of Trinbagonian and Jamaican cuisine. Something Extra brings the highlights.