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For the past two years Joan Quamina was on a public waiting list for knee replacement surgery. Her other option was to pay $85,000 to have it done privately, which she could not afford.
San Fernando Mayor Junia Regrello was high in praise of the South Central Zone of Trinbago Unified Calypsonians Organisation (Tuco) for taking calypso to the schools of our country.
A 25-year-old driver who was charged four times in three years for drunk driving ran out of luck on Tuesday, after he was sentenced to nine months in jail.
What’s next for the Soca Warriors?
I suppose that the answer to that question is more complicated than losing a football match or even a regional tournament.
One day after a group of retrenched casino workers picketed the home of Finance Minister Colm Imbert, representatives of the gaming industry have been invited to a meeting with Minister in the...
Former Central Bank governor Jwala Rambarran is accusing Finance Minister Colm Imbert of sabotaging his appointment as a senior advisor with US G-24 Secretariat because of a political and...
What next for the Soca Warriors?
Three potential candidates applying for the position of Commissioner of Police (CoP) have been short listed by the Police Service Commission (PSC) and vigorous interviews are expected to begin...
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