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* Parliament committee also meets on report on May 8...

Dead bandits linked to murder of Chinese businessman

Two of the persons killed in a shootout with Central Division Police at Santa ...

Rowley warns against moonlighting MPs

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Acting Commissioner of Police designate Stephen Williams yesterday said he will be able to respond to questions on the f ...

THE LOWER House last Friday night approved an increase in the pensions ...

ENERGY Minister Kevin Ramnarine on Friday announced that State oil com ...

FORMER Senator and Director of the Sir Arthur Lewis Institute of Socia ...

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FROM BREAKING neighbours’ windows to smashing records, a javelin thrower’s still emerging but already notable career belies the slender and humble exterior of Tobago’s latest sporting prodigy.

TRINIDAD AND Tobago’s Junior Pan American cyclists are expected to return home today after equalling this nation’s highest medal tally with four at the aforementioned meet which pedalled to a stop in Aguascalientes, Mexico yesterday.

QUEEN’S PARK hold the upper-hand over Preysal after the penultimate day of their three-day Shanghai Construction-sponsored National Cricket League Premiership Fifth Round meeting at the Queen’s Park Oval, St Clair. Resuming on 153 runs for six wickets, in response to Preysal’s first innings of 99, Queen’s Park declared on 353/8 with Tion Webster la(...)

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CARICOM and its treaty laws relating to economic integration are an untapped resource for civil society, including the r ...

THE Airports Authority of Trinidad and Tobago (AATT) has appointed two ...

WHAT happens to the pound is always of interest to the people of TT. ...

THE cadre of computer programmers in Tobago can now add twenty-one to ...

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La Diablesse, Soucouyants and Douens!

Reflective moments which provided the highpoint at the recent annual Prize Giving function hosted by the principal, staff and pupils of Bishop Anstey Junior School at Queen’s Hall, St Ann’s, came from genuine words of farewell to Michael White, music teacher at the school for all of 32 years, until his retirement on August 31, 2014.

An array of colourful, creative and “ozone friendly” posters were featured at a prize giving ceremony hosted by the Ministry of the Environment and Water Resources (MEWR) on April 8 at the Carlton Savannah Hotel for winners of the National Ozone Unit’s World Ozone Day Poster Competition.

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