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The Trinidad and Tobago All-Fours Federation Limited (TTAFF) and the World All-Fours Federation (WAFF) Officials met recently in POS at City Hall to officially launch the 2016 International...
A 70-year-old fisherman, an experienced swimmer, drowned in Tobago yesterday.
Dead is Quilton Callender, also known as “Putus,” of Arnos Vale.
T&T Cycling Federation (TTCF) president Robert Farrier wants national endurance cyclist Emile Abraham to help the young national endurance riders, after Abraham announced on Sunday that he...
One day after chief executive officer of state-owned media company Caribbean New Media Group (CNMG), Ken Ali, and radio talk show host Marcia Braveboy were fired from their post, two other senior...
Last week’s worming article attracted a question from a reader. Mr Jonathan Pierre initially had asked when he should take a “worm-out.”
Finance Minister Colm Imbert’s $63 billion budget which “seeks to re-establish fiscal discipline” came as no surprise to political analysts Dr Bishnu Ragoonath and Dr Maukesh Basdeo.
Hours before Finance Minister Colm Imbert announced a 15 per cent hike in super unleaded gas and diesel fuel, several gas stations in San Fernando ran out of supply.
Chester Street is strongly-fancied to land division one of the 2-y-o Maiden Stakes over seven furlongs of Kempton polytrack tonight.
Republic Day and Derby Day are now synonymous and those who were at Santa Rosa Park on September 24 witnessed a number of spectacular performances.
A 31-year-old Tacarigua woman escaped serious injury when a tree fell on her car near Valsayn, while she was on her way to work around 6 am yesterday.
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