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ELDERLY UNDER ATTACK

A woman nearing 90 years old, who kept to herself, was found murdered on Monda...

Bail too high for Shania’s daddy

Bail in the sum of $150,000 separates the 24-year-old father of the murdered ...

Villagers fearful

The country’s most wanted man, Azmon Alexander, has people in the perennially ...

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CONNECTIVITY should be re-established in the flood-ravaged Manzanilla/Mayaro Road within the next three weeks, and for a ...

DIRECTOR of Highways Roger Ganesh says the destruction of Manzanilla/M ...

TRANSPORT continued to be a major challenge for persons wanting to tra ...

EASTERN parts of Trinidad, especially areas in Manzanilla and Mayaro, ...

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STEPHEN HART, coach of the Trinidad and Tobago “Soca Warriors”, shared mixed feelings after his team’s 4-3 penalty-kick Caribbean Cup Finals loss at the hands of a visibly better Jamaican outfit when the competition climaxed at the Montego Bay Sports Club, Jamaica, on Tuesday night.

TRINIDAD AND Tobago Red Force cricket team coach Augustine “Gus” Logie lamented the slow start from his squad in last weekend’s opening round clash against the Barbados Pride, at the Queen’s Park Oval in St Clair, as the 2014-2015 Regional Four Day Tournament began.

NATIONAL JUNIOR champion and FIDE Candidate Master Vishnu Singh won the inaugural nine-round San Fernando Open Chess Tournament sponsored by the National Workers Union and City Mayor’s Office, played from October 24 to November 2.

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TRINIDAD and Tobago became an independent nation in 1962 and issued its first currency in December 1964. Since then th ...

IF a natural disaster were to ‘wipe-out’ crops in any Caribbean Commun ...

SIX months before a general election, Prime Minister David Cameron has ...

MANY of us here in Trinidad and Tobago are concerned about the possibi ...

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Often times checking what foods you consume and its portion size for breakfast, lunch, supper and snacks might seem as a task, but for the diabetic (whether you may be diagnosed with type 1 diabetes, type 2 diabetes or gestational diabetes mellitus) this is rather essential.

Pizza Hut’s popular stuffed crust pizza got a make-over this week — it’s now flavoured up with cheddar cheese and potato chips on the crust edge.

Almost every day we are bombarded with new scientific evidences that challenge things we believe. This holds true for the foods we eat, in the spiritual realm and more so when it comes to our health.

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