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AN 80-YEAR-OLD grandfather who raped three children in his family remains unpu...

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FORMER national security minister Gary Griffith yesterday declared tha ...

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Organisers of the Caribbean Premier League (CPL) are disputing statements from top government ministers in Guyana that Trinidad and Tobago has been chosen to host the finals of the CPL.

A SECOND half goal by Kerry Joseph gave Trinidad and Tobago a 1-1 draw with Honduras in the opener of a qualifying playoff series for the 2016 CONCACAF Futsal Championship on Wednesday at BN Arena .

CENTRAL Zone defeated South by four runs yesterday to storm into the semi-finals of the Trinidad and Tobago Cricket Board Under-17 Inter Zone tournament in dramatic fashion at Monroe Road Recreation Ground in Cunupia.

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Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer of JMMB Bank (Trinidad and Tobago) Limited, Nigel Romano, has said that de ...

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POINT FORTIN Borough Corporation continues its Borough Day celebrations throughout this weekend with several activities including J’Ouvert, parade of mas bands and pan taking the spotlight with two shows – “Traditional Pan Fiesta” and “Pan-on-the-Move”.

TRINIDAD and Tobago celebrated International Jazz Day with a fantastic concert at Phase II Pan Groove Pan Yard last Saturday evening and congratulations must go out to Hadco and other sponsors involved in the International Jazz Day Jam Session.

FETE Rat de J’Ouvert Band will celebrate its sixth year with a presentation entitled “Shameless” for this weekend’s Point Fortin Borough Day J’Ouvert Celebrations tomorrow morning.

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