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Mounted Branch police officers patrol the streets of Valencia during a routine exercise. 
Photo: Mark Wong

Plans are under way to expand the operations of the Bicycle Patrol Unit throughout the remaining seven police divisions in Trinidad. Operating out of the Crown Point Police Station, Tobago

Deputy mayor of the Port-of-Spain City Corporation Keron Valentine says the city corporation has no problem with the telecommunications giant Digicel. He said so in response to Port-of-Spa

Senior Magistrate Annette Mc Kenzie has issued a stern warning to police complainants to stop presenting “flimsy excuses and wasting judicial time” when they fail to show up for court and are not prepared to continue their cases. 

A 70-year-old man who was left partially paralysed after sitting on a bad chair at the Hall of Justice, Port-of-Spain, has received a $40,000 settlement. Carl Ali Hosein, of Forest Avenue, Cocoyea Village, San Fernando, agreed to drop his personal-injury lawsuit, which was before Justice Charmain

TODAY: Fallout Premium All-inclusive, La Soledad Estate; Zante Picante All-inclusive, The Avenue; Island Getaway Cooler Fete, Anchorage; Eyes Wide Shut Carnival inclusive, Hilton poolside; Senses, Doc’s Ranch, Palmiste.

There will be a lot of celebrating in south Trinidad. Those were the words of Government Information Services Ltd CEO Andy Johnson at 6.11 pm yesterday immediately after Prime Minister Kam

After almost an hour of talks between the Government and the Opposition over candidates for the presidency, the Government did not disclose the name of its prospective candidate. This was

Former minority leader and political leader of the Tobago Organisation of the People (TOP) Ashworth Jack is expected to reveal his future plans today in respect to his leadership in the TOP.

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