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Residents of Todds Road in Central Trinidad staged a fiery protest yesterday to highlight the lack of a proper water supply and deplorable roads.
Now that the invocations of peace for the Easter season are behind us, there is something I’d like to say. To put it plainly, and in true Trini fashion, I vex, I real vex.
Three people including an elderly man and an unidentified woman were among six road fatalities which took place at the weekend, making it the deadliest for the year, police said.
A destructive spell from long-standing Windies Women’s off-spinner Anisa Mohammed undermined the Leeward Islands batting to set up T&T for an eight-wicket victory in the Women’s Regional...
T&T’s 4x400 metres men’s team may not have picked up a medal at the IAAF/BTC World Relays in Bahamas but its solid performance earned them qualification to the IAAF World Championships in...
Many people in T&T know how to preach, but very few know how to make an argument. Indeed, most people believe preaching IS an argument.
There’s apparently another piece of paper lying around on the desks of hard-working Ministry of Health officials titled Draft Infant and Young Child Feeding Policy.
The community of Rancho Quemado in Erin recoiled in shock yesterday when a young father of three was shot dead and left in a ditch by his killer, hours after a community sports day ended.
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