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THE Parliament’s joint select committees (JSCs) will resume their meetings in September.

HAVING had to take up cases involving a number of non-nationals detain ...

PRESIDENT of the Chaguanas Chamber of Industry and Commerce (CCIC) Ric ...

A CONDEMNED prisoner has successfully challenged the prison rules whic ...

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AFTER MONTHS of speculation and 14 years on the international football circuit, Trinidad and Tobago’s football team captain Kenwyne Jones will finally be returning to the playing field at home. The striker will officially join the ranks of Central FC on loan from August 1 until December 31 2016.

D A V I D JOHN-WILLIAMS has accepted the results of Saturday’s executive elections for the Caribbean Football Union (CFU), where he lost his bid to unseat Gordon Derrick of Antigua/Barbuda for the post of president.

ANTONIO TORRES of Chile pedalled to gold in the men’s 10-kilometre scratch race on Saturday, in the feature event on the first day of the two-day Opening Event, at the National Cycling Centre, Couva.

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Let’s face it. Education is big business in this country.

Every day hundreds of people pass by the College on the Churchill Roos ...

The Institute of Surveyors of Trinidad and Tobago (ISTT) has created a ...

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NNEKA EDWARDS is a linguist, educator, curriculum designer, philosopher, poet, artist and photographer who believes her colourful work can effect change.

Title: Shifting the Frontiers: An Action Framework for the Future of the Caribbean Editors: Winston Dookeran and Carlos Elias NAT IONS in the throes of political, social and economic upheaval are desperate for solutions. Like other regions, the Caribbean is facing new challenges. Is convergence the answer? Convergence is an ecopolitical strategy ba(...)

SILENCE by Shusaku Endo has been called the best novel of the 20th century by some literary critics.

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