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The Board of Film Censors will be charged with reviewing the outdated Cinematograph Act of 1936 and making recommendations for new legislation, which reflects today’s evolved film industry.
Incensed by the unabated spree of murders sweeping the country, two men have decided to take a stand.
And they are calling for people to join them.
I have read, and continue to read, the best science-based parenting books around. And yet I am continually surprised at how surprised I am by my children.
Between sexual violence statistics and the slow pace of legal progress for domestic workers, feminist activism often feels like running in the same place or, worse, pushing a boulder uphill each...
A Guapo man, who accused police of dragging their feet on a report that his pet cow was stolen, has taken matters into his own hands and filed a private criminal charge seeking to get justice.
Gunmen chased a man into a bar along Railway Road, Chaguanas, where they shot him dead in the midst of several limers, including Venezuelan nationals, on Wednesday night.
Police are on the scene in Gran Couva, where T&TEC workers stumbled across the decomposing body of a man this morning.
After playing to overbooked houses at Central Bank Auditorium last weekend the award winning production companies RS/RR Productions goes to Cipriani College this Saturday and Sunday with their...
Relatives of Paul Smith, who was allegedly gunned down by police last night...
Finance Minister Colm Imbert is seriously considering giving manufacturers priority for foreign exchange (forex).
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