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A self proclaimed artist, charged with allegedly showing pornography to a school girl and trafficking cocaine in front of a secondary school in San Fernando, has been denied bail.
With Monday’s inauguration duty done, Chief Justice Ivor Archie’s now on vacation.
Justin Sobion, a St Mary’s College alumnus and son of late Attorney General/Minister of Legal Affairs Keith Sobion, was appointed as an Associate Human Rights Officer in the Office of the...
President Paula-Mae Weekes yesterday spent her first day on the job settling in and getting acquainted with staff members.
John O’Brien, T&T’s champion horse race trainer has been suspended by the Arima Racing Club (ARC) for a month following a meeting on Tuesday.
Recently modified Motul Monster again dominated at the second National Championship Regatta of the T&T Powerboat Association on Sunday.
Fed up of being ignored, two parents have pulled their children out of the T&T team to contest the Carifta Swimming Championships in Jamaica from March 31- April 3.
Young aspiring artists are constantly searching for platforms and opportunities to showcase their creativity to the world and if they are successful they are able to marry their passion with...
Barbadian Jamol Eastmond pedalled to the gold medal in last week's feature 25-Lap event at the San Fernando Cycling Extravaganza at Skinner Park.
“We want to encourage the public to visit Las Cuevas and take in our lovely view, this edible park is the first of its kind and it’s just the beginning of the vision we have for this space,” says...
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