Trinidad & Tobago Guardian Online
In Charlottesville, Virgina, on August 12, there were violent clashes between White Nationalist groups and groups opposed to their cause which resulted in the death of a young woman.
Despite the tough economic conditions facing T&T, T&T Restaurant Week shows no signs of slowing down as it gears up to take place between September 15 to September 24.
Tricia Hazarie is another young athlete who is doing her hometown and her country proud.
Head of the Criminal Bar Association Senior Counsel Pamela Elder says the Government’s decision to return to the courts to get a solution to the 53 part-heard matters left by Marcia Ayers-Caesar...
Sport in the community of Mayaro and environs has received a boost with the return of the popular bpTT Mayaro Windball Night Cricket League after a two-year hiatus.
T&T will participate in the Caribbean Regional Table-Tennis Federation Mini and Pre-Cadet (Under 11 & 13) Championship to be held in Kingston, Jamaica, from today until Saturday.
Kenyan Kenneth Rotich will return to Couva on September 13th to defend his Venture 5K title, but on the women’s side, local charge Tonya Nero remains a doubt.
Chairman of National Infrastructure Development Company (Nidco) Herbert George has estimated the new highway from Sangre Grande to Toco is expected to cost taxpayers between $2 and $5 billion.
In the next few weeks, the Sunday Guardian intends to explore the promises made by the Government and look into the extent to which those promises have been kept.
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