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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.
QED (Quite Exquisitely Done) is hosting its third instalment of the annual Christmas charity concert, One Night In December (ONID) on December 16, at 4 pm.
Some years ago I wrote, “driving back to the beach house, after reading the ‘morning papers,’ the elderly gentleman from Preysal seated next to me, looked out at the lush, green fields, sighed and...
Last week’s two-day conference at the Hilton Trinidad explored the intersections between HR and ICT, two departments seem to always be considered at opposite ends of the engagement spectrum in...
The Ministry of Social Development and an attorney have responded to help former Chaguanas mayor Natasha Navas who sought refuge at a temple over the weekend.
CHRISTCHURCH—An upbeat West Indies touched down yesterday to continue preparation for their two-Test series against the hosts, bowling off next month.
Qaysar to beat Crack On Crack On (again!) in division two of a Novice Stakes over seven furlongs of Kempton polytrack tonight.
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).
Days before she was due to be discharged from the Eric Williams Medical Sciences Complex, Corporal Roxanne Sealey, who was was accidentally shot by a colleague in September, suffered a stroke.
Coming off a successful brace of matches against Jamaica, Head Coach of the Women’s National Program Jamaal Shabazz and his staff have taken advantage of the Thanksgiving school break in the USA...
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