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While the Police Service is assuring that it is actively probing the circumstances in which 808 police officers either called in sick or were absent from duty during the Carnival weekend, the...
A small battalion of heavily armed soldiers and police were deployed to communities of East Port-of-Spain yesterday evening, as law enforcement agencies braced for continued protests from...
Neighbours and friends of 25-year-old Akel “Christmas” James are disputing the police’s claims over the circumstances surrounding his death.
Attorney Nafeesa Mohammed’s short term contract with the Prime Minister’s Office was terminated yesterday.
St John’s, ANTIGUA – Cricket West Indies (CWI) yesterday announced changes to the coaching and support teams for the current West Indies squads.
Joint police and Defence Force patrol camps are remaining in East Port-of-Spain permanently and will be supplemented as necessary, Minister in the Office of the Prime Minister Stuart Young says....
East Port-of-Spain residents are vowing to continue their protests over the killing of a resident throughout this week.
A call has been made to the private sector, as well as the State, to invest more in the T&T Music Festival.
Six-time national 800m champion Jamaal James has decided to step away from the track after competing for 17 years.
“I pray for my fellow athletes because as long as they continue to live a “cap in hand” existence, there is little hope for them to achieve their true global potential.”
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