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Qaysar to beat Crack On Crack On (again!) in division two of a Novice Stakes over seven furlongs of Kempton polytrack tonight.
National cricketer Mark Deyal is making great strides off the field of play, having recently graduated with a Degree in Sports Management from the University of T&T (UTT).
On Thursday, November 9, at just 24 years, Ayana Shallima Garcia, the youngest in her class, Ayana graduated with her Master of Arts in Carnival Studies Degree.
Over the last few months, a lot has been written about the impact of the new taxation regime on the gaming houses in Trinidad and Tobago.
Port-of-Spain North/St Ann’s West MP Stuart Young says Government is moving full speed ahead to clean up corruption at the Water and Sewerage Authority (WASA).
CHRISTCHURCH—An upbeat West Indies touched down yesterday to continue preparation for their two-Test series against the hosts, bowling off next month.
A&V Oil and Gas attorneys say they are yet to receive the report from Canadian consultant Kroll and Gaffney Cline on the forensic audit into oil supplied to the state oil company Petrotrin by...
Sheldon Sukhdeo, the brother of car dealer Sheron Sukhdeo, and a female companion escaped death and serious injury when they were struck during a drive-by shooting in San Fernando.
DHAKA—Sunil Narine smashed an entertaining half-century but it was his West Indies team-mate Chris Gayle’s first of the Bangladesh Premier League in only his second appearance that took the...
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