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THE OFFICE of the Parliament yesterday called for fixed legislative agendas to be produced annually. A document, billed ...

No charges are expected to be laid against the maxi taxi driver, whose ...

TRINIDAD and Tobago Unified Teachers Association (TTUTA) president Dev ...

AFTER a little more than a year on the job, Lisa Agard is giving up th ...

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IN A near-virtual repeat of the issue which gained nationwide, and even global condemnation last October, members of the national women football team, dubbed the “Women Soca Warriors”, yesterday threatened to boycott their flight, and henceforth miss the Pan American Games in Toronto, Canada due to lack of stipends and per diems for the 18-member s(...)

The physical fusion of Sunday’s ‘Clash of the Queens’ event between Trinidad and Tobago’s World Championship-bound senior netball team and the Maylee Attin-Johnson led Women Soca Warriors, is being viewed as a major developmental stepping stone for both sporting disciplines as they conclude preparations ahead of a hectic international campaign.

FOR THE second successive day, officials worked late into the evening yesterday as every effort was made to complete the opening round-robin schedule in the annual Sagicor Junior Tennis Tournament at Nelson Mandela Park in St Clair. Overnight and morning rain once more cost them valuable time, with some four hours lost from the scheduled 9am start (...)

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THE Caribbean Centre for Monetary Studies (CCMF), a regional think tank on monetary and financial issues, is slated for ...

THE National Gas Company (NGC) is looking to expand its operations bey ...

LIQUEFIED natural gas (LNG) production from Point Fortin-based Atlanti ...

MORE Canadians are coming to State-owned Caribbean Airline Limited (CA ...

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Local fashion designers presented a colourful, elegant and creative display at the “Qurux Afrika” fashion show put on by the Emancipation Support Committee (ESC).

Over the past weeks we have looked at a number of scaly scalp disorders, which if ignored, can result in hair loss and embarrassment.

“When it comes to human dignity, we cannot make compromises” (Angela Merkel)

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