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Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley says Government became aware of the recent plot to disrupt Carnival 2018 festivities by persons who subscribe to the “kind of behaviour we’ve been accustomed to in...
The Blue Devils are menacing, the “Tribe” chic in her dental-floss-covered-behind sashays, back backs on the man, and as Kees sings in, “Hello, ...
At present, young athletes and coaches in the St George East district are being exposed to the fundamentals of various sports thanks to the NGC Right on Track (ROT) programme which was launched...
Voting patterns are never considered when the Housing Development Corporation (HDC) selects a site for a housing development, acting Housing Minister Camille Robinson-Regis says.
Former national security minister Howard Chin Lee yesterday issued a statement claiming a voice note describing an incident involving his wife was “inaccurate” and “unprofessional.”
Adult urban radio station Ebony 104.1FM has shut down its operations.
For over 60 years, the Princess Elizabeth Centre in Woodbrook has served as a home for physically handicapped children.
A police jacket, bulletproof vest and three guns were among several illegal items seized by Southern Division police over the past few days.
After more than a week offline, the T&T Express resumed operations yesterday. The vessel sailed from the Port-of-Spain terminal at 2 pm with passengers and vehicles headed for Tobago.
Clint Rivers, one of the five people released by police on Thursday after being held for six days in connection with a terror threat on Carnival 2018, will be pursuing legal action.
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