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FIGHT ENDS IN DEATH

A FIGHT between two on-and-off, live in friends from South Trinidad resulted i...

Wayne takes turn for the worse

The family of environmentalist Dr Wayne Kublalsingh kept vigil over him last n...

Sick Ravi ends hunger strike

Ravi Maharaj has officially ended his hunger strike after five days. ...

Carnival groups proceed with plans

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THE ISSUE of how patients suspected of Ebola will be transported from Tobago to Trinidad for treatment at a planned Caur ...

“THERE IS NO room for hit and miss here,” Vice Chief of Defence Staff ...

SECOND mayor of Point Fortin, Victor Chin Kit, died on Sunday night at ...

MELVIN MC INTYRE, 37, a resident of the Centre for Socially Displaced ...

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The dream continues for the Soca Princesses as they beat Guatemala 2-1 yesterday to put themselves in good position to advance to the semi-finals of the CONCACAF Women’s Championships at RFX Stadium, Washington, USA.

TT PRISONS remained top of the standings in the Premiership Division of the Eastern Football Association (EFA) East Zone competition.

TONYA NERO, one of Trinidad and Tobago’s most consistent long-distance runners, retained the women’s crown while Lionel Dandrade took the men’s equivalent at Saturday’s TTARP (Trinidad and Tobago Association for Retired Persons) 5k event.

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The 9D cinematic experience which offers the latest technology in dynamic, multi-dimensional, small theatre movie entert ...

Trinidad and Tobago is listed among the first five Member States of th ...

Following the recent announcement of a $160 million investment on the ...

For the eight year, First Citizens has partnered with the Trinidad and ...

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Cheryl Bowles epitomises the “indomitable” woman. In 1986, the biochemist graduate of Concordia University in Montreal, Canada, resigned her job as chief chemist, head of research and development with a large international company here in Trinidad and started her own business, The Herbarium Limited, to manufacture Cher-Mere natural and herbal pers(...)

(October is Down Syndrome Awareness and in observance, the following was written by a parent of a child with Down Syndrome)

According to Wood et al (1986), “…the public has virtually no understanding of the impact of psychology on their lives” (p 947).” This statement offers an important point to which consideration must be given by persons actively engaged in the practical aspects of this field, since this lack of knowledge and/or understanding could impact directly, (...)

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