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TOO MUCH BLACK CRIME

Acting Police Commissioner Stephen Williams yesterday bemoaned alarming resear...

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Guyana’s President Brigadier David Granger, the latest of 18 Caricom Heads of Government who are graduates of the Univer ...

THE SEARCH for 78-year-old Glenda Charles-Harris continues, taking pol ...

Director of the Police Complaints Authority (PCA) David West, has disc ...

CONSTABLE Curtis Lovelace of the Tobago Division remains in a critical ...

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BOOM CHAMPIONS Fuego captured the first ever Women’s Premier League (WPL) title on Thursday night, with a hard-fought 2-2 draw with CNGC Rush at the Police Barracks, St James. Fuego, coached by Richard Hood, ended with ten points, the same as the Chancellor Angels, but with a superior goal difference.

MEDALS RAINED heavy on Thursday in the Trinidad and Tobago Special Olympic camp at the 2015 World Games in Los Angeles, California.

CARLOS “SEXY” Baynes and Richard Camacho captured the Francis/Steele-Perkins Cup, Trinidad and Tobago’s lone title success, as the Caribbean Amateur Golf Championships ended yesterday at the Half Moon Golf Club, Montego Bay, Jamaica.

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ENTREPRENEURSHIP is the best route to achieving a better income in Tobago, says owner of Smith Lewis Construction Equip ...

TRADE, Industry, Investment and Communications Minister and Minister i ...

REMEMBER Ed Wegel? He was Chief Operations Officer (COO) at BWIA, pred ...

LIAT, The Caribbean Airline, has launched its Summer Lift Off promotio ...

Features & Entertainment

The ever popular “Pan on D’Avenue” event hosted by the Woodbrook/St James Community Association will take place on August 22.

Chanz Davis (pronounced Shanz) started recording music at the age of 13 to change the way Trinbagoians view hip-hop music, but that change has been a long time coming, forcing him to shift into the popular dancehall circuit and more recently, soca.

The National Philharmonic Orchestra is on the lookout for musicians. August 5 will be the cut-off date for all prospective musicians who want to join the ensemble.

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