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700 IN JAIL

THERE are approximately 700 persons granted bail by the courts but who remain ...

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UNITED States President, Barack Obama, has declared that the legacy of late former prime minister, Patrick Mannning, wil ...

IN the next two weeks, Trinidad and Tobago would have, for the first t ...

ADVISOR, Health Systems and Services at the Pan American Health Organi ...

DEFENCE Force Chaplain, Father Ashton Gomez, yesterday called on soldi ...

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KESHORN WALCOTT continued his preparation for the defence of his Olympic javelin title with a silver-medal performance at the IAAF Diamond League (London Anniversary Games), which opened yesterday at the Olympic Stadium, London, England.

France-based duo, Dexter St Louis and step-daughter Rheann Chung, will begin defence of their respective Solo National Men and Women’s Singles table tennis crowns when action serves off at the Central Regional Indoor Sporting Arena, Chaguanas, today from 9.30 am.

Trinidad and Tobago’s Junior Caribbean Area Squash Association (CASA) Girls Team will do battle for the bronze medal against regional rivals Jamaica when the final stage of round robin action slams off in Grand Cayman today.

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Let’s face it. Education is big business in this country.

Every day hundreds of people pass by the College on the Churchill Roos ...

The Institute of Surveyors of Trinidad and Tobago (ISTT) has created a ...

The government of Trinidad and Tobago is moving toward providing free ...

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CALYPSO just might be having a second wind on the world’s stage. Its popularity not due to “fast-food soca” nor the sounds of a 20-something-yearold upcoming soca ‘star’. Rather, a septuagenarian whose over 40 years in the calypso arena is breathing a freshness into the Caribbean’s indigenous sounds.

THREE bands took to the stage at the Festival of Bands to present their Carnival 2017 portrayals last weekend. Tribe’s Zero Degrees – The Life Below, Bliss’ Al Sahra and The Lost Tribe’s Riddim launched at the Queen’s Park Savannah last Saturday..

WORLD-RENOWNED and Trinidad- born gospel artiste, Wintley Augustus Phipps, will be returning to his birthplace for performances at the Hyatt Regency on July 30, at 8 pm and at Shaw Park in Tobago on July 31 from 7 pm.

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