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THEMA SUES FOR $11M

WITH ONE week left before the start of the 2016 Rio Olympics in Brazil, embatt...

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POLICE officers came under attack in separate incidents on Wednesday. In one case, a man attacked officers with a shovel ...

DROPPING a $2 billion investment figure, Tobago House of Assembly (THA ...

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COUSINS Amrika Armstrong and Tricia Persad, who were injured during a ...

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THE TRINBAGO Knight Riders are turning their attention towards tonight’s Caribbean Premier League (CPL) clash against St Kitts/Nevis Patriots, which will be staged at the Central Broward Regional Park Stadium Turf Ground, Lauderhill, Florida, United States from 7 pm (TT time).

Top players from the eight school districts in this year’s Scotiabank Kiddy Cricket Programme began a five-day camp on Wednesday at the National Cricket Centre in Couva. The Camp is an annual component of the Scotiabank Kiddy Cricket Programme and seeks to administer advanced technical training in the sport of cricket, over a five-day period.

Trinidad and Tobago’s Under-19s are in control against Barbados and in position to push for first innings points after day two of their threeday match with Barbados in the WICB Regional Under-19 Championship in St Vincent yesterday.

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Jamaica and Trinidad and Tobago have agreed to finalise, as a matter of priority, a bilateral framework agreement to fac ...

As we reflect on the visit of Prime Minister, Dr Keith Rowley, to Jama ...

Inder Ruprah, Regional Economic Advisor for the Caribbean at the Inter ...

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“TREASURED VOICES” featuring Christopher “Tambu” Herbert, Moricia Cagan and Kizzie Ruiz, will take place at the Central Bank Auditorium on Sunday. This show promises to take patrons on a refreshing musical journey through the years in celebration of some of TT’s finest local talent.

BILLED as one of the best concerts for the year, the National Steel Symphony Orchestra of Trinidad and Tobago (NSSO) will present “Pan on a Higher Note: Journey of the Ancestors” in two concerts at the Southern Academy for the Performing Arts (SAPA) on Sunday and Monday at 6 pm.

SOME say “loyalty is a rare quality, and if you find it — keep it”.

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