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Friend killed at wake

HOURS after the decomposing body of 24-year-old murder victim Anil Sankar was ...

PM Rowley signs gas deal today

Trinidad and Tobago’s estimated one billion cubic feet (bcf) natural gas defic...

Three SRPs in court today

Three male Special Reserve Police Constables (SRPs), assigned to the Rapid Res...

TT needs gift of courage, says BpTT boss

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A robbery in Mayaro ended in death on Saturday night as two gunmen fatally shot a businessman after relieving him of a q ...

A seven-year-old Standard One primary school student reported to her t ...

The Tunapuna/Piarco Regional Corporation and the Ministry of Works and ...

The members of Desperadoes Steel Orchestra will today begin packing a ...

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Russian-based national defender Sheldon Bateau, like every follower and fan of the Trinidad and Tobago men’s team, is waiting with bated breath on the announcement of who will be the new head coach of the team ahead of upcoming international fixtures.

SHAKIR COLE and T’shad Selvon copped the Player of the Year awards on Saturday night, as the SKHY (Skeene Hyacenth) Football Club staged their annual prize-giving ceremony at Cascadia Hotel, St Ann’s.

DEVORN JORSLING and Marvin Gordon, ace striker and coach of Defence Force, were noticeably pleased on Friday night, after their team registered a 1-0 win over Ma Pau Stars to capture the 2016 First Citizens Cup.

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A girl gets a job in an eatery. The girl likes to cook and has ambitions of being a chef. Nothing unusual here. Except t ...

Cuba’s grand old man, Fidel Castro is dead.

Usually, the media bring you the news and current events. When the med ...

Some 20 years ago, the Trinidad and Tobago Chamber of Industry and Com ...

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“I ENJOY it, I find it fun and I get paid for it. What more can I ask for,” Dr Althea McNish said with the broadest smile on her face. Dr McNish is in an enviable position: she found what she loved, what she was good at and made it her life’s work.

Book: UJA - The book that changed Jamaica Author: Ira Poyser

CHRISTMAS wouldn’t be Christmas without the great books that have become a holiday tradition. Below, I give you a list of some of my favourite Christmas books. Some have become standard holiday traditions; others you can make into your own holiday traditions.

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