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TOURISM Minister Gerald Hadeed has sent a message of support and condolences to the family members of German couple, Hub ...

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Yannick Ottley, 23-years-old, played a mature knock yesterday to guide the Trinidad and Tobago Red Force to victory on the final day of their PCL match against the Leewards Hurricanes at Warner Park, St Kitts.

Minister of Sport Dr Rupert Griffith was well received at the prize giving ceremony of the Caribbean Welders Fishing Pond League on Saturday, after promising significant upgrades to the Fishing Pond Recreation Ground where the league is held.

TRENDSETTER HAWKS claimed the Under-10 crown while Crown Trace FC got the Under-12 prize at the Waterloo Institute of Soccer Players Under-10 and Under-12 One Day Football Fiesta at the Waterloo Secondary School on Saturday last.

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TRINIDAD and Tobago became an independent nation in 1962 and issued its first currency in December 1964. Since then th ...

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SIX months before a general election, Prime Minister David Cameron has ...

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The Chikungunya virus (ChikV) continues to affect people in various parts of Trinidad and Tobago, with some folk resorting to familiar medicine to treat with the pain and suffering that come with the infection spread by the Aedes Aegypti mosquito. Yet others have resorted to alternative medicine to bring some relief. Dr Philip Franco of the Natura(...)

Hearing health should be included in good diabetes management, according to the Better Hearing Institute (BHI) of Washington, USA, has issued five habits for healthier hearing for people with diabetes. Studies show that people with diabetes are about twice as likely to develop hearing loss. Yet, hearing tests are frequently overlooked in routine d(...)

The Journey from Childhood to Adulthood — Part II

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