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Tim Kee caves in

Bowing to mounting pressure, both at home and abroad, over his recent controve...

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Hundreds of Seventh-Day Adventists of all ages marched along the streets of Arima from various locations to gather at th ...

HE was being advertised as being one of the performers for Dwight York ...

Desperadoes Steel Orchestra’s victory in the National Panorama Finals ...

RELIGIOUS leaders sympathise with Port-of-Spain Mayor Raymond Tim Kee ...

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As one of the top emerging female athletes in Triathlon, Lily Stauble is already making her mark.

POLICE ended a three-game losing skid in emphatic fashion on Friday, with a 5-0 thrashing of Club Sando, as the Digicel Pro League resumed on Friday evening.

CEO of the Caribbean Premier League (CPL), Damien O’Donohoe, has revealed that they are still waiting on a formal proposal from the Trinidad and Tobago government in regards to the tender out for hosting the semis and final of the 2016 Hero CPL.

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Chief executive officer of RBC Financial (Caribbean) Limited, Rob Johnston, is urging stakeholders to speak “prudently” ...

Businessman Aziz Hosein is calling for a further reduction in Value Ad ...

Last Monday, the World Health Organization issued a warning that the Z ...

At the Trinidad and Tobago Energy Conference which took place on Janu ...

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THERE’S an illustrated children’s book called The Little Engine that Could about a small engine that persevered to pull a train over a mountain. Now imagine that little engine is calypsonian Devon Seale who persevered for 11 National Calypso Monarch competitions until finally bringing home the crown this year.

One week after its triumphant return to steelband supremacy, Desperadoes Steel Orchestra will, today, take its winning trophy to the hills of Laventille, the band’s treasured stomping ground.

The inclusion of tea in the Government’s revised VAT list has been met with mixed feelings by many for whom a ‘cuppa’ several times a day is a must and who embrace this beverage for its refreshing and calming effect.

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