Trinidad & Tobago Guardian Online
The silence is deafening these days regarding the the aborted Annual General Meeting (AGM) of the TTFA last week.
The situation which murder victim Anita Bahadur and the man who killed her were in was yesterday described as a “toxic” by the suspect’s own brother.
The T&T Cycling Federation is facing legal action for its failure to pay costs for airline tickets for cyclists Njisane Phillip, Nicholas Paul and Kwesi Browne to compete at the Tissot UCI...
New land title laws will allow people who’ve been on State land uninterrupted and peacefully for 30 years to have potential claim for a vesting order to request the land be given to them, says...
Attorney General Faris Al-Rawi, who was instructed by Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley to get an interpretation on whether judges are entitled to sabbatical leaves, said yesterday that the matter...
Because the doctor say to pay as you earn
But Sparrow say you paying to learn
And me father say he sharpening the axe
For when the collector come to pay off the income tax...
Attorney General Faris Al-Rawi yesterday gave the assurance that operations at the land and company’s registries at the Registrar General’s (RG) office are in operation.
Government’s decision to start up another state enterprise to find and produce natural gas from small and fields has been applauded by one economist, Gregory McGuire.
Caribbean Airlines (CAL) transported 8,447 passengers on the airbridge in the three-day period between last Friday and Sunday.
Recently modified Motul Monster again dominated at the second National Championship Regatta of the T&T Powerboat Association on Sunday.
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