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Members of a Trinidadian family who recently surrendered to Iraqi authorities along with Islamic State (Isis) fighters have spoken of “intense circumstances “including suffering repeated air...
Change the future of migration. Invest in food security and rural development. That is the theme chosen by the Food and Agriculture Organisation for today, World Food Day.
Shirvan Baboolal continued his fine start to the season by winning the Maritime 5K run in convincing fashion on Saturday out at the Nelson Mandela Park, Port-of-Spain.
Raphael Govia, coach of the senior men’s national indoor hockey team says his team is as sharp as can be and ready to give its best effort at the 2017 Indoor Pan American Cup in Georgetown, Guyana...
Fakhoor, one of three Hamdan Al Maktoum-owned juveniles journeyed for a NINE-race programme at Yarmouth today, looks gilt-edged for the opening eight-runner Novice Stakes over six furlongs;...
Process server Mark Adams—who admits to being anti-PNM, and who has made coersion allegations against Attorney General Faris Al-Rawi—says he does not sell out his friends.
A Canadian-firm is doing a diagnostic assessment of the Water and Sewerage Authority (WASA) to determine whether the cash strapped utilty should move ahead with a universal metering project.
No one is above the law—not even ruling party members.
The West Indies women completed a 3-0 series sweep of Sri Lanka women in their three-match limited overs series at the Brian Lara Cricket Academy in Tarouba yesterday.
In any economy, labour, as a factor of production is critical to the success of enterprises and the economy as a whole.
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