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If traffic in west Port-of-Spain continues to be a problem, don’t blame city mayor Louis Lee Sing. “When you are stuck in traffic for hours burning subsidised fuel, this is accredited to E

A tour of historic buildings currently in a state of disrepair will be carried out next week, says Minister of Social Integration and Diversity Clifton de Coteau. In a telephone interview

Less than a week after Khan’s Gold Designs, Frederick Street, Port-of-Spain, was robbed of more than $1 million worth of jewelry during a mid-afternoon robbery, two men appeared in court for the crime. 

David Sylvester performs Ole Lady Walk ah Mile and Half during the talent segment of the ministry of the people and social development’s division of aging Grand Finals of the first National Seniors Cultural Pageant titled Celebrating the Golden Age of Excellence at Capital Plaza, Wrightson Road,

The Southern Division has recorded the highest percentage of traffic fines dished out to errant drivers in T&T. So said Sgt Vijay Ramdhanie yesterday at the police press briefing at the Police Administration Building, Port-of-Spain. He said for 2013 to date, ticket fines stood at $280,000, co

Acting Police Commissioner (CoP) Stephen Williams caused heads to turn at the Port-of-Spain Magistrates Court yesterday, when he turned up as the complainant in the matter against former junior National Security Minister Collin Partap. 

UNC chairman Jack Warner’s accusation that Tobagonians voted on the basis of “tribal instincts” were misguided and an uninstructed analysis of Monday’s Tobago elections, political scientist Dr Winford James said yesterday. Warner, in a statement on Wednesday, said: “The results of the THA electio

The Equal Opportunity Commission (EOC) can only act on comments made by one of its commissioners, Dr Indira Rampersad, about the “Calcutta ship” matter when it receives a formal complaint, its chairman Prof John La Guerre said yesterday. 

Jermour Noel, the cable television technician charged with biting a child last month, yesterday was granted $80,000 bail after the court approved his mother Cheryl as the surety. 

 

 

If defeated Tobago Organisation of the People (TOP) leader Ashworth Jack  remains at the helm, he will sink the party much deeper into the hole the Tobago electorate has dug for it. He has

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