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MISSING SCHOOLBOY MURDERED

THE search for missing 16-year-old Waterloo Secondary School pupil Jesse Beeph...

Missing woman found

A 36-YEAR-OLD Malabar woman who was abducted on Sunday by a man and woman was ...

Archbishop Harris resigns

HEAD of the local Roman Catholic flock, Archbishop of Port-of-Spain Joseph Har...

Rowley: Govt not raiding Heritage and Stabilisation Fund

PRIME Minister Dr Keith Rowley says Government is not “raiding” the Heritage a...

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OVER 300 teachers have been identified for disciplinary action by the Teaching Service Commission (TSC) for persistent u ...

ANGRY parents of students attending Santa Rita RC Primary school yeste ...

THE Teaching Service Commission (TSC) is proposing a review of the cur ...

SUPERMARKETS yesterday pulled tins of corned beef off their shelves af ...

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The Easter International Grand Prix is expected to be heated this year with a number of high profile international cyclists gracing these shores from April 14-17.

TARIQ MARCANO found the back of the net in the fourth minute as Trinidad and Tobago men’s hockey team edged Chile 1-0 in a warm-up match on Tuesday evening at the National Hockey Centre, Tacarigua.

Red Force pacer Rayad Emrit has been called up for his first four-day match of the season after being named in a 13-man squad to face Jamaica Scorpions tomorrow in Round Eight at the Queen’s Park Oval, Port-of-Spain.

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More warnings on the state of the economy are coming from Dr Roger Hosein. Speaking with Business Day, the economist and ...

Footage of grown men and women begging for their jobs have become comm ...

Economics lecturer at the University of the West Indies Dr Daren Conra ...

The Charlievillebased advertising agency cmb was the most successful a ...

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HAVE YOU ever heard of the famous tree of life? Well guess what – it exists in Trinidad! Some readers may have seen them before but many more have probably never encountered these special trees in Trinidad given their restricted range. It is the Mauritia flexuosa or moriche palm as it is commonly called.

THE Madamas River is located in one of the most far-fetch regions, approximately 14.5 km west of Matelot and 16 km east of Blanchisseuse. The 16- km course from Brasso Seco to the sea is isolated from all human intervention. To explore its channel will take a day and it is for the courageous. It entails many pools to swim, giant boulders to climb, (...)

THE Environmental Management Authority (EMA) joined the international community in commemorating the International Day of Forests on Tuesday.

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