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The Police Service has a shortfall of one thousand officers even as it continues to grapple with spiralling crime, particularly murders, and waning confidence from the public.
South Zone staged a remarkable comeback against South East to claim a nerve racking four-run win in their opening match of the Shell Interzone Under-17 tournament at Syne Village in Penal.
Minister of Sport and Youth Affairs, Darryl Smith, is describing questions surrounding his trip with a delegation of officials to Tobago last weekend as another storm in a teacup.
A man who was jailed for masturbating in front of a girls’ primary school in March was again caught by the police on Monday doing the same indecent act, but at a boy’s primary school.
House rules notwithstanding, the smartphones were all drawn at the Musical Arts production of You Will Be Found on the St Augustine campus of UWI on May 13. OMG!
Former national security minister Gary Griffith says the recent documentary by Al Jazeera, Caribbean to Caliphate, was “unfortunately inaccurate.”
Between 2012 to 2015, the former government spent $70 million on the Land for Landless Programme, and although 1,500 lots were fully developed at a cost of just under $47,000 per lot ($70.5m),...
T&T has registered its first ever “green” building in the form of a flagship commercial development owned by RGM Limited.
The Al Jazeera documentary, From Caribbean to Caliphate, on Trinidad’s seemingly outsize per capita contribution to ISIS’s ranks wouldn’t have been news to anyone here with eyes, ears, and average...
England-based senior national netball goal shooters, Afeisha Noel and Kalifa Mc Collin teams enjoyed mixed results when Round 16 matches in the Vitality Netball Super League in England took place...
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