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3 SHOT DEAD

A 35-year-old Cunupia man who spent time in prison several years ago for kidna...

More time for runoff

THE ELECTIONS and Boundaries Commission (EBC) will be given a potentially wide...

ILP sues over Runoff Bill

Mere hours after a split Senate passed an amended Constitution (Amendment) Bil...

PM: $60 billion Budget coming

THE 2014/ 2015 Budget will be “more or less” $60 billion, Prime Minister Kamla...

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When the academic year begins on Tuesday, the students of the Arima Hindu Primary School will return to their termite-ri ...

Four new members to the Teaching Service Commission (TSC) were sworn i ...

Rat infestation, mosquito breeding grounds, leaking roofs, collapsing ...

Principal of St Barbara’s Spiritual Shouter Baptist Primary School in ...

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Sport

THE IAAF (International Association of Athletics Federations) is set to appeal the National Association of Athletics Administration (NAAA) Disciplinary Panel’s decision to lift the ban on ex-national sprint queen and 2011 World Championships 100-metre bronze medallist Kelly-Ann Baptiste.

Rough House will be hosting the National Submission Grappling Championships at Woodbrook Youth Facility tomorrow from 1pm.

IT will be a “dash for cash” in the Power Master 1200 metres sprint on Massy Day at the Races on Independence Day holiday at Santa Rosa Park, Arima, Monday.

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THIS country’s economy has recorded a mixed performance so far for this year. This information was contained in the Cent ...

THE Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) has described this country a ...

LIAT’s Chief Executive Officer (CEO) David Evans took time off from ru ...

AS part of the democratic national budget process, the Chamber submits ...

Features & Entertainment

Last Saturday local rock act, 5 Miles to Midnight, launched their self-titled debut EP at Lumiere Restaurant and Bar, Tragerete Road, Woodbrook to packed capacity. The band took to the stage just after 7.30 pm to belt out a set list that has arguably made them Trinidad’s most mainstream and accessible band to date.

The night was hot, not only from the fashion that graced the runway but patrons of the seventh annual Red Runway fashion exhibition were left fanning and bemoaning the heat in the main ballroom at the Cascadia Hotel and Conference Centre, St Ann’s last Saturday due to a faulty air conditioning system.

Musical performer Jessie McBarrow, better known as “Jwave” will take to the stage tonight at the Central Bank Auditorium, Port-of-Spain for his concert performance entitled “If We Love”. He will be accompanied by several guest artistes including Marge Blackman, Iziah Kanhai and Two Cents Movement.

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