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MAN DROWNS IN POND NEAR HOME

INDAR GANGA has been rescued on two occasions two months ago when he got into ...

SEPoS teachers afraid to return to school

Teachers of South-East Port-of-Spain Secondary School on Nelson Street are fea...

Man shot after stealing car, punching police

A 28-year old man is now warded at Port-of-Spain General Hospital under police...

Education Ministry told ‘be more proactive’

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Arima Hindu Primary School is unfit for occupation, and it would be re ...

“We know we have to leave the Salvatori site,” fruit vendor, Ermine Jo ...

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VETERAN NATIONAL swimming ace George Bovell III claimed a silver medal yesterday, in the men’s 50-metre freestyle, on the second and final day of the FINA/MASTABANK Swimming World Cup Second Leg at Dubai, United Arab Emirates.

Eight Trinidad and Tobago track cyclists will begin their 2016 Rio Olympic Qualification campaign when they return to the sleek surfaces of Aguascalientes, Mexico, for this year’s Elite Pan American Track Cycling Championships which pedals off in from September 10-14.

RANDY WALDRUM, coach of the Trinidad and Tobago women football team is keen on beefing up the team ahead of the CONCACAF Women’s Championship, which will take place in the United States from October 15-26.

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THIS country’s economy has recorded a mixed performance so far for this year. This information was contained in the Cent ...

THE Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) has described this country a ...

LIAT’s Chief Executive Officer (CEO) David Evans took time off from ru ...

AS part of the democratic national budget process, the Chamber submits ...

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Twenty years ago, on Saturday September 21, 1994, World Alzheimer’s Day was launched as the only day on the calendar to unite people with dementia, carers, and associations around the world. Then in 2011, a decision was taken that the month of September would be observed globally as World Alzheimer’s Month.

On Sunday, Independence Day, the Emperor Valley Zoo had its own version of the Ice Bucket Challenge to raise funds for local charities.

The Hunger Committee and Friends in collaboration with the United Nations Information Centre (UNIC) for the Caribbean, NGOs, CBOs, educational institutions and faith-based organisations, and citizens across the national community recently came together to celebrate International Youth Day in Rio Claro.

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