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WAS MARCIA MURDERED

Two weeks after the passing of veteran journalist, Raoul Pantin, the local med...

Unloved boy grows up to kill

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Former Child Development Minister Verna St Rose-Greaves yesterday accused parliamentarians of not caring for the country ...

A MOTION brought by Chaguanas West MP Jack Warner against Finance Mini ...

IT TOOK Port-of-Spain Magistrate Christine Charles almost an entire da ...

TWO female police officers of Central Division are to be served discip ...

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TRINIDAD AND Tobago Red Force will have their second consecutive shot at hoisting a 10th regional title when they lock horns with the Guyana Jaguars in a mouthwatering NAGICO Super50 final which bowls off at the Queen’s Park Oval, St Clair, today, from 1.30 pm.

MENACING SPELLS from the Trinidad and Tobago Red Force bowling attack affirmed the host nation a place in today’s 2015 NAGICO Super 50 finals against regional rivals Guyana, after the Rayad Emrit-led outfit pulled off a crucial 41-run victory over Combined Campuses and Colleges (CCC) Marooners in a rain affected second semi-final at Queen’s Park Ov(...)

CHASE THE DRAGON did a dragon dance on his field, slamming them by 10 ½ lengths in the feature $100,000 Caribbean Turf Championship at Santa Rosa Park, Arima, yesterday.

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AS Government seeks to take steps to protect Trinidad and Tobago’s economy from the negative implications of falling glo ...

THE PROBLEMS which led to auditors of the books of Caribbean Airlines ...

THE fuel sector in Trinidad has gone plastic. The United Independent P ...

WHILE it is not the TT Chamber’s intention to begin this year with a n ...

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The Greens at the Queen’s Park Savannah is expected to be transformed into the largest Soca picnic for Carnival, when the semi-final round of the International Soca Monarch competition takes place on Sunday from 2 pm.

On December 22, 2014, Trinidad and Tobago lost an extraordinary individual with the passing of Dr Victor Quesnel — so extraordinary that two eulogies were required to tell his life story. One of these is presented here (abridged) and was prepared by Yasmin Baksh-Comeau.

Do not expect the fall in oil prices and the Ebola scare to affect south Trinidad this year as a prominent J’Ouvert band will be dishing out advice on how to be cautious when facing the two global dilemmas.

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