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A police constable was seriously injured in an accident in Macoya yesterday.
Parents of students attending the Santa Rita RC School resumed protest action yesterday claiming that the troubled child who has been disrupting classess and threatening students had returned to...
One determined man or woman can change everything. From the current US president to the first prime minister of Trinidad & Tobago, examples abound. But was Derek Walcott such a one?
The T&T Cricket Board (TTCB) has put in a bid for two matches in the upcoming India versus West Indies clash according to president of the board Azim Bassarath.
Finance Minister Colm Imbert said yesterday while Government is not pursuing the Alutrint Smelter, it is actively pursuing a key aspect of the original project.
Sabotage was identified as one of the factors which caused CT scanners at three public hospitals to malfunction simultaneously.
Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley yesterday urged parents of children attending St Barb’s Government Primary School to get more involved in their children’s lives in a bid to mold them into becoming...
Poets, as most Trinidadians know, are people who write words that rhyme or, if they’re really good poets, don’t.
It’s “war” on unruly or other negative elements in Enterprise, Chaguanas.
Members of the Baptist fraternity say they are disappointed with the small amount of money given by Government for today’s Spiritual Shouter Baptist Liberation Day celebrations.
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