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TRINIDAD AND Tobago men’s football team, also known as the “Soca Warriors”, are gearing up for a hectic international schedule coming later this month as they return to the stage of representing their country in three international friendlies beginning on May 23 away to Peru in Lima.

WHETHER WITH a racquet on the court or a pen in hand sitting at St Mary`s College, 16-year-old tennis prodigy Scott Hackshaw means business.

N I C H O L A S POOR AN is setting his sights on the 2016 Caribbean Premier League (CPL), as he continues his comeback from a serious leg injury, which he sustained over a year ago.

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Three prominent economists have endorsed Finance Minister Colm Imbert’s use of advice from the International Monetary Fu ...

An estimated one in every five households in Trinidad and Tobago is sq ...

A commitment to customer service excellence is paramount for the sur ...

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I WAS recently introduced to a captivating insight into our twin-island’s history, seen through the eyes of the staff at Nalis, Port-of-Spain. This place is known as the Rare Books Room nestled on the second floor of the Heritage Library on Abercromby Street.

Book: The Haunted Tropics: Caribbean Ghost Stories Editor: Martin Munro

THIS month 100 international dancers, including some of the world’s best, will be descending upon Trinidad for one of the largest Latin Dance Congresses in the Caribbean - Salsa Fiesta 2016 Get Your Groove On 2 - which will include a soca workshop for the first time this year.

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