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The State has filed a lawsuit against two soldiers seeking to recoup the $1.5 million which they allegedly stole from the Defence Force in a recent payroll scam.
Just weeks before the presentation of the 2017-2018 fiscal package there was some good news for the Government, or more specifically, Finance Minister Colm Imbert, as BP Trinidad and Tobago (bpTT...
A National Social Mitigation Plan has been developed to assist retrenched workers among others during the current economic downturn.
The Children’s Authority of T&T says it is working with police to investigate the brutal beating of a toddler, who was admitted to the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) of the Wendy Fitzwilliam...
As far back as Rodney Ragbir could remember, he wanted to fly airplanes.
Two former government ministers are among four accused who intend to provide evidence for their own defence as the “Piarco II” preliminary inquiry wraps up.
Most evenings as I make my exit from my office, I see many ladies of all shapes and sizes in fitness gear making an attempt to engage in their evening exercise routine.
One of the cornerstones of a free and fair society is the existence of an equally free and fair press. This is a sentiment that can’t be overstated and shouldn’t be taken lightly.
The Chinese national who offered a $2,000 bribe to a police officer to to turn a blind eye to her relative’s illegal status in the country has been jailed for five months.
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