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If their Parliamentary colleagues missed them from yesterday’s Standing Finance Committee meeting, Opposition leader Kamla Persad-Bissessar (and UNC’s Roodal Moonilal) were on other duty calls:...
Casino workers were literally brought to tears yesterday upon learning that discussions between the T&T Members Club Association (TTMCA) and the Finance Ministry were futile.
Batsman Narvin Bedassie grabbed much of the attention this North Zone season and for that he was named the Cricketer of the Year at the league’s glitzy awards ceremony on Sunday at City Hall in...
If Agriculture, Land and Fisheries Minister Clarence Rambharat has his way, the $118 million allocated in the 2018 budget to pay staff and Cost of Living Allowance (COLA) would have been spent on...
What 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.
Green Days by the River, the film adaptation of the beloved Michael Anthony film, continues its stellar run at the local box office.
JENSEN LA VENDE
For the Ramjit family, flooding is a yearly occurrence, an unwanted Christmas of sorts.
Acres upon acres of crops were submerged in filthy water in Penal and Barrackpore yesterday as a result of overnight and persistent rains during the day.
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