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Environmentalist Dr Wayne Kublalsingh last night vowed to continue his hunger strike after Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar advised him against...

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The number of deaths linked to the chikungunya virus is estimated at 113. And all of the fatalities are reported in the Caribbean.

The latest figures...

Health Minister Dr Fuad Khan has offered sacked minister Dr Glenn Ramadharsingh a consultancy job to assist him with the ministry’s prosthetic limb programme. Disclosing during yesterday’s 2015...

Chief Justice Ivor Archie on Tuesday delivered the traditional speech at the ceremonial opening of the new law term. Today, the T&T Guardian presents the remainder of that presentation:

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San Fernando game wardens yesterday captured a seven-foot-long caiman in a family’s yard after it bit a guard dog on the face. The female caiman, which appeared to be pregnant, was captured in...

Acting chief executive of majority state-owned TSTT, George Hill, has tendered his resignation to the board, amid reports that some of the telecommunication provider’s local directors want to...

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West Indies captain Denesh Ramdin has praised his players for a great team effort which gave them their series whitewash of...

DR remembers FW DeVerteuil with great affection. He was a fine chess player, a true lover of the game and a gentleman of the old school. 

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He wears the number 11 shirt for the T&T men’s Under-20 team and perhaps he’s caught your attention in his recent appearances for this country...

Josiah Trimmingham came to the rescue in the 88th minute for T&T on Tuesday night, to secure a fair 1-1 draw against Cuba in the third and...

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T&T is an important part of Scotiabank’s Caribbean and international network as the bank aims to remain a credible leader in the global...

Publishing Tabs

This year was declared the International Year of Small Islands Developing States (Sids), launched by the United Nations in February. 

As the curtains drew to a close on...

Feminism is getting hotter. Sparking a global spring, girls and women are taking on the world political-economic order on the ground and through technology. More power to this...

One morning last week, I returned to the organised chaos of the London rush hour. 

Commuting to a job interview in Westminster was a jolt after a year away. How people...

If you don’t book now, the chances of getting a space at one of T&T’s top restaurants during Restaurant Week is going to be slim. That’s the word from the organisers of the...

Indra Dwarka-Koch 

If you happen to go through certain streets of Germany, one’s attention is drawn to the glow of untarnished brass blocks amidst the...