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Super Industrial Services Ltd (SISL) is now seeking to outsource the construction work on the $1.6 billion Beetham Water Recycling Project.

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Former housing, planning and the environment minister Emily Dick-Forde says when the contract for the second phase of the Las Alturas housing development was signed between the Housing Development...

Opposition Senator Faris Al Rawi told journalists it would have been impossible to know about land slippage at the site of the Las Alturas housing project in Morvant before 2009. Al Rawi made this...

Piggy-backing on the call by the Chief Justice Ivor Archie for greater financial autonomy for the Judiciary, chairman of the Tax Appeal Board Justice Anthony Gafoor yesterday called for a review...

Almost a month after the start of the school term, students of two private schools, whose controversial relocation to Maraval has been blocked, will remain home as a legal battle over planning...

Claxton Bay residents are appealing to Works Minister Suruj Rambachan to speed up repairs to a main bridge leading to their community. Their fears grew once again on Thursday, after more than 200...

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BASSETERRE—Seamer Shakera Selman bowled a brilliant last over as West Indies Women snatched a thrilling four-run victory over New Zealand Women to...

W Connection and Central FC will renew their rivalry from 6 pm this afternoon at the Ato Boldon Stadium, Couva when they meet in the $10,000...

Queen’s Park Cricket Club and Maple FC will meet in this year’s Northern Football Association FA Trophy final after contrasting semifinal wins at...

The teams of Ulric McNicol and Trent Noel of Lennox Petroleum, and Rasheed and Janet Ali won the inaugural Clive Pantin Challenge Trophy at the...

If any team has Laventille’s number it’s Maloney. Not once, not twice but three times out of five meetings to date, Maloney has defeated...

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Increased purchasing power from the 2014/2015 national budget will not drive inflation up, Trade Minister Vasant Bharath said on Thursday evening...

Publishing Tabs

I’m still amazed that so many people still buy white bread. I notice the shopping carts of other shoppers; they don’t even have one loaf of white and one loaf of whole wheat....

Tomorrow is the United Nations International Day of Peace. It is observed around the world annually on September 21. The General Assembly has declared this as a day devoted to...

Women with symptoms of posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) are more than twice as likely as women without the disorder to be addicted to food, according to a new study. 

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