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Adult urban radio station Ebony 104.1FM has shut down its operations.
Today we mark the first Sunday in Lent and Lent is the 40 days in which Roman Catholics try to do good to themselves and those around them.
Paralympic gold medallist Akeem Stewart is among a number of local athletes, who will this weekend, be aiming to book a spot on the national track and field team to compete at the Gold Coast...
Interventional cardiologist Dr Conrad Murray seems heading for a legal battle with the Medical Board of T&T (MBTT) over the continuation of his membership in order to practise here.
The majority of the 13 people initially detained in relation to an alleged terrorist plot targeting recently concluded Carnival celebrations have now been released from police custody.
T&T cyclist Nicholas Paul could be the next local rider at the Olympic Games in Tokyo Japan 2020.
South East Zonal Council defeated South West by a huge 210 runs as matches in the Shell Interzone cricket series continued on Thursday.
Baldath Mahabir an executive member of the TTCB is ready to reach a compromise with the agitating National League Representatives team over at least one contentious issue.
The Beetham Landfill was shut down for most of yesterday, after police were called in to investigate whether an explosive device had been dumped there.
Clint Rivers, one of the five people released by police on Thursday after being held for six days in connection with a terror threat on Carnival 2018, will be pursuing legal action.
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