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Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley yesterday shot down reports that Speaker of the House Brigid Annisette-George had been offered a post as this country’s sixth president.
Barbadian Jamol Eastmond pedalled to the gold medal in last week's feature 25-Lap event at the San Fernando Cycling Extravaganza at Skinner Park.
We need a public health intervention for what has gone on here far too long as an issue without leadership.
Justin Sobion, a St Mary’s College alumnus and son of late Attorney General/Minister of Legal Affairs Keith Sobion, was appointed as an Associate Human Rights Officer in the Office of the...
Following is the Inaugural address of her excellency Paula-Mae Weekes, the sixth President of the
Following much anticipation, the artistes carded to perform at the Tobago Jazz Experience 2018 have been made public.
Radhica Saith and friends—Patricia Julien, Debra Coryat-Patton, Diane Seukeran and Suzanne Imbert—once again organised a successful luncheon at Jaffa’s in celebration of International Women’s Day...
A Special Reserve police officer appeared in court earlier this month charged with stealing $500 from the property room at the Besson Street Police Station.
Kamaria Durant tore up the track at the Southern Games at Guaracara Park in Pointe-a-Pierre on Sunday, claiming double gold in the women's 100 and 200 metres.
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