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“A genuine teacher” and “a champion of the students” were two of many ways Chaguanas North Secondary principal Premlal Seecharan was described by students, administrators and family, following his
Acting Commissioner of Police Stephen Williams has confirmed the police have received “voluminous” information from Internet service provider Google on the Emailgate issue and the alleged e-mails i
Bring it on.
This was the response of Opposition Leader Dr Keith Rowley yesterday to the Prime Minister’s call for a motion of no confidence to be filed against him in the Parliament.
The main contractor hired to build nine multi-storey apartment buildings for the Housing Development Corporation (HDC) at the Las Alturas site had written to the project’s civil engineers four week
To today’s football lover, the name of Shay Seymour may mean nothing, mainly because we tend to desist from remembering our past sports legends.
Angry vendors at the San Fernando Market are accusing officers of the San Fernando Municipal Police of encouraging illegal street vendors to occupy the pavement along Mucurapo Street.
West Indies all-rounder Kieron Pollard will return to the national cricket team for its clash against Windward Islands in the West Indies Cricket Board Professional Cricket League at the National C
Shot putter Cleopatra Borel is in line to cop her fourth Sportswoman of the Year Award when the First Citizens Sports Foundation host its 2014 Sportsman and Sportswoman of the Year Awards at Queen’
Following my article two weeks ago, I was contacted by Christopher Armond, chief executive officer of the Arima Race Club (ARC), who advised that in Jamaica, the term “native bred” was used to refe
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