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The driver of a private sanitation truck, who claimed to have been threatened at gunpoint to dump garbage on the street of east Port-of-Spain during protests earlier this week, has been charged...
"It's either we can afford to be a professional football league or we can't," said Sam Phillip, Chairman of the Board of Directors of the T&T Pro League when contacted yesterday.
The Police Service is expressing concern at the continuous rise of vehicle theft as Southern Division officers have reported an increase in SUVs and pick-up trucks being stolen from women.
Jessie Allan ticks every box (and more!) for a thirteen-runner ‘aged’ apprentice sprint handicap over six furlongs of Wolverhampton tapeta tonight; ‘thrown-in’ on the time-handicap and Scottish-...
“Dwight, I forgive you.”
The much awaited local cricket season will finally bowl off today with matches across the country.
Wherever you go in Trinidad and Tobago today, people are openly expressing their dissatisfaction with the overall governance of our country.
Education Minister Anthony Garcia says the ministry doesn’t favour having armed guards at schools.
Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley is warning citizens of another possible coup d’etat against the Government similar to the July 1990 insurrection by the Jamaat-al-Muslimeen.
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