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This year’s juvenile season is yet to get underway as we move into the third week of October.
A group of casino workers facing unemployment from the pressures proposed tax increases for the gaming sector took their protest to the home of Finance Minister Colm Imbert yesterday morning.
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.
For the past two years Joan Quamina was on a public waiting list for knee replacement surgery. Her other option was to pay $85,000 to have it done privately, which she could not afford.
Yesterday, Hindus and the general population of T&T celebrated the Hindu festival of Divali with a public holiday.
Minister in the Ministry of Attorney General and Legal Affairs Stuart Young says Monday’s disclosure of civil action against former hosting minister Dr Roodal Moonilal, former Estate Management...
Throughout its 50-plus years of existence, the Secondary Schools Football League (SSFL) has been no stranger to controversies.
National Security Minister Edmond Dillon yesterday maintained that the detection rate of the Police Service is not low.
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”...
T&T’s accomplished women’s volleyball player, Darlene Ramdin signed a contract last week to play for Generika-Ayala Lifesavers for a second consecutive season.
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