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To say that state-owned Petrotrin finds itself in an interesting predicament is a bit of an understatement.
PowerGen cricket club stormed into the semifinals of the UNICOM UWI T20, when they defeated Munroe Road by 62 runs in their clash on Monday night at the UWI Spec in St Augustine.
Yes, the annual National Panorama competition is served by the best pannists on the planet performing on the best tuned instruments.
All sectors of the economy have been affected by the recession gripping T&T.
The education system has not been left untouched.
The time for padding contracts is over, Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley said when he addressed a Joint Consultative Council (JCC) Breakfast With The Prime Minister at the Hyatt Regency in Port-of-...
Over 500 years ago a Dominican friar uttered the first words against racism. Back then it wasn’t even a word. The word wasn’t even placed in the Oxford Dictionary until the 1900’s.
It was highly regarded English poet, playwright, actor and writer William Shakespeare, who said “When words fail, music speaks.” And indeed it does.
The Government was offered a high-speed commercial ferry for the seabridge with capacity to transport 970 passengers and 251 cars, sources have told the T&T Guardian.
Partygoers who intend to go to wet fetes this Carnival season are asked to think twice before they do so, especially if they complain about the country’s poor water supply and delivery.
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