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NEW RULES to protect hundreds of children in foster care homes – including an ...

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EVEN AS he reminded his councillors and the administration of the San Fernando...

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THE TT Police Service has received over 1,059 reports of domestic violence between January to September this year. Minst ...

PERMANENT Secretary in the Ministry of the People and Social Developme ...

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BRITISH national Peter Green who along with his wife Murium were vicio ...

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RANDY WALDRUM, coach of the Trinidad and Tobago women football team, dubbed the “Women Soca Warriors”, plans to keep the squad totally focused ahead of next Tuesday’s FIFA Women’s World Cup second leg qualifier against Ecuador at the Hasely Crawford Stadium, Mucurapo.

TRINIDAD AND Tobago’s Akeem Stuart missed out on precious metal in yesterday’s Central American and Caribbean (CAC) Games Men’s Shot Put final by placing fourth overall when action continued on the 11th day of regional competition at the High Performance Center in Veracruz, Mexico.

THE TRINIDAD and Tobago Women Soca Warriors will be meeting Ecuador on December 2, from 6 pm, for a spot in the 2015 FIFA World Cup in Canada.

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TRINIDAD and Tobago became an independent nation in 1962 and issued its first currency in December 1964. Since then th ...

IF a natural disaster were to ‘wipe-out’ crops in any Caribbean Commun ...

SIX months before a general election, Prime Minister David Cameron has ...

MANY of us here in Trinidad and Tobago are concerned about the possibi ...

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Assistant Professor, University of the Southern Caribbean, School of Education and Human Sciences

Linda Shiue is an Asian American who is married to a Trinidadian and is learning how to make TT dishes. Shiue is a physician, food writer and cooking teacher in San Francisco. She tells her story of making black cake and shares her recipe in The Washington Post.

The region is seeking to reverse the decline of the Caribbean-wide coconut industry. Representatives from the industry gathered at the Carlton Savannah, Port-of-Spain earlier this month for a two-day Regional Coconut Industry Resuscitation workshop hosted by the Caribbean Agricultural Research and Development Institute (CARDI) and the International(...)

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