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The 12th Trinidad & Tobago Film Festival runs until September 26 on two screens in MovieTowne Port of Spain, one in San Fernando, another in Tobago and at the UWI.
All rounder Rayad Emrit is back home from Afghanistan after a close call with a suicide bomber and he is thanking God that all is well.
Alfred’s father started off in business on the then Marine Square where the Chee Mooke bakery is now situated.
There are at least two often mocked and reviled institutions that come to the fore each time Caribbean societies face the annual challenges of our geography.
Qafilah, mount of former “computer champion” Richard Kingscote, is strongly-fancied for a fascinating thirteen-runner Fillies’ Novice Stakes over six furlongs of Newcastle tapeta tonight; any one...
After 35 years, Irwin Park in Siparia will feel the adrenaline of cyclists speeding around its circumference once again.
David Stone, Director, Stone Brothers Ltd is hoping that introducing school students to the world of business leads to economic diversification in the future.
Captain Alfred McMillan, the lead Consultant of Magellan Maritime Services, says somebody has “more money than sense,” as he tells the Parliament’s Joint Select Committee on Land and Rural...
Two police officers from a special unit of the T&T Police Service (TTPS) were among three held last evening for possession of three illegal firearms and four crocus bags of compressed...
There will be no hearings of the fake oil scandal at state-owned Petrotrin involving A&V Oil and Gas by Parliament’s Joint Select Committee on State Enterprises.
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