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HIGHWAY GOES ON

PRIME Minister (PM) Kamla Persad-Bissessar last night vowed not to be held to ...

Rowley, Jack slam COP leader

LEGAL Affairs Minister Prakash Ramadhar came under fire yesterday from Opposit...

Cop’s home firebombed

FOLLOWING closely on remarks in Parliament Tuesday by National Security Minist...

Volney: I feel vindicated

Justice Minister Emmanuel George said Chief Justice Ivor Archie’s appeal for a...

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Environmental activist Dr Wayne Kublalsingh feels as if he has no choice but to go on another hunger strike because Gove ...

DIEGO Martin Central MP Dr Amery Browne alleged fraudulent activities ...

Trinidad and Tobago, has so far not registered any cases of Ebola, but ...

CHIEF JUSTICE Ivor Archie is appealing for an autonomous budget for th ...

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ST BENEDICTS College continued their strong run of form in the 2014 BGTT Secondary Schools Football League (SSFL) Premier Division yesterday by crushing fellow southerners Naparima College 3-0 at home in the Commons, La Romain.

NATIONAL FOOTBALLER Kevin Molino is relishing his chance to play with former Brazilian midfield ace Kaka at Orlando City during the 2015 Major League Soccer (MLS) season.

TURFITES are expected to be out in large numbers at Santa Rosa Park, Arima, this morning.

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“I have exceeded by two years my planned retirement date.” That is the answer retiring RBC Royal Bank’s Chief Executive ...

“THE biggest risk to Caribbean Airlines today is not external, the ris ...

THE airbridge operations of Caribbean Airlines and BWIA before that, h ...

THOSE of you who followed my pre budget trilogy are probably expecting ...

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The ninth annual edition of the trinidad+tobago film festival (ttff) began in fine style at the newly refurbished Globe Cinema in Port-of-Spain on Tuesday, with all the trappings associated with a gala opening, which gave guests a thrill as they walked the red carpet to enter the cinema.

Still basking in the glow of having received The Medal For the Development of Women (Gold) for community service, at the National Independence Award Ceremony on August 31, the Women In Action For the Needy And Destitute (WAND), is expressing deep appreciation for this award, which was first given in the year 2011.

When you think of wild cats, very often the image that comes to mind is that of lions on the African savanna or perhaps a jaguar lurking in the Amazon jungle. But you need not look that far afield to find a wild cat as we have our own right here in Trinidad – the ocelot.

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