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GIRL, 5, FATHER SHOT DEAD

POLICE investigating the murders of a five-year-old girl and her 36-year-old f...

Al-Rawi: We’re ready for them

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A GROUP of Venezuelans protesting outside the Venezuelan Embassy in Port-of-Spain yesterday, described President Nicolas ...

PARENTS of children attending San the Juan Boys and San Juan Girls pri ...

AGRICULTURE Minister Clarence Rambharat yesterday said corned beef and ...

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Defending champions Trinidad and Tobago will meet Barbados in tomorrow’s final of the Women’s Regional Super50 after toppling home-side Windward Islands by eight wickets here yesterday.

WILL Lee stayed on course to defend his National Solo Senior Badminton men’s singles title, when he registered a comfortable 21-8, 21-11 victory over Jason Ramjass in the quarterfinals at the Central Regional Indoor Sports Arena in Chaguanas, on Thursday night.

KIRSTAN Kallicharan and Sachin Seecharan had almost identical performances to lead East to a seven-wicket victory over South-East in the Shell Inter Zone Under-19 final at the National Cricket Centre in Couva, yesterday.

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The man leans against his car. He is wearing a TOFCO working polo over his safety gear. This is on La Brea junction, wh ...

Property tax, in its simplest terms, can be defined as a levy on the v ...

While there has been concern for several years about our increasing “c ...

I won’t be going for the easy layup, “taxing times for Trinidad and To ...

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FOR some, the personal dilemma of what should one keep or get rid of, often arises. The mind might immediately travel to tangible/ material things. But what about those things kept on the inside? What are those habits, ways, norms, mores that straggle our spiritual line of things we should keep or things we should let go? That is the subject of Med(...)

ON April 22, thousands came out to participate in the second annual Sagicor Phoenix Walk Run, helping Sagicor to raise and donate a combined $100,000 to the Dyslexia Association and the Down Syndrome Family Network.

THE Department of Creative and Festival Arts (DCFA), University of the West Indies (UWI), St Augustine closes off the month of April with three productions this weekend.

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