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SANTIAGO—Delegates attending the first high-level Community of Latin American and Caribbean States (CELAC) academic forum have underscored “the enormous opportunities” for economic, social,...
Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley left organisers of the Divali Nagar disappointed last evening, after he failed to attend the closing night of the biggest cultural event on the Hindu calendar.
T&T Under- 17 Girls team finished off a tough night at the CONCACAF Caribbean qualifying tournament in Haiti with a 2-2 tie with Bermuda and a share of the points on Monday night at the Stade...
Athletes are undoubtedly the star attraction of every sporting event, but behind every elite athlete is a team of people that mould them into who they become.
Former Police Service Commission chairman Ramesh Deosaran is advising the incoming Commissioner of Police (CoP) that under him there will be “no magic formula” to “set the T&T Police Service”...
BULAWAYO, Zimbabwe—Kieran Powell and Kyle Hope got into gear with half-centuries, as West Indies had to settle for a draw with Zimbabwe “A” in their three-day, tour match yesterday.
ST JOHNS — Britney Cooper is set to make her return to the international stage when West Indies Women face Sri Lanka Women in three Twenty20 Internationals this week.
Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley is warning police officers and civilians seeking to join the Police Service that there will be zero tolerance to those who choose to engage in criminal activity.
Preliminary investigations have revealed that the source of the oil spill that occurred in Chaguaramas over the weekend can be an offshore rig.
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