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DURBAN— The Young Proteas looked en route to victory at 182 for one in the 39th over in pursuit of 245 at Chatsworth Oval but then lost six wickets for 55 runs, and were restricted to 242 for five...
The scanners at the Port of Port-of-Spain will be in operation by the end of the year, Trade Minister Paula Gopee-Scoon said yesterday.
Much has been said about the draft National Development Strategy 2016-2030, better known as Vision 2030.
What happens when the head of the Caribbean’s highest court teams up with one of the region’s most respected technology minds? The answer could spell big change for the delivery of justice.
Opposition Leader Kamla Persad Bissessar SC is right!
Leading Super League team, Guaya United Football Club, has forged a unique ‘community partnership’ with Hydro Tech Limited with two major objectives in mind, taking the talented football club to...
The incident which took place on the ninth floor of Sir George Williams University, Canada, in February 1969 still carries mixed emotions among Trinidadians.
We will pay back the taxpayers.
Once stereotyped as a war-torn country with a drug trafficking problem, Colombia—a country of 48 million people—has been able to successfully transform itself into one of Latin America’s success...
A 32-year-old pie vendor of Mustapha Lane, El Socorro, was denied bail yesterday when he appeared in court facing six charges including kidnapping a courier attached to the Chinese Embassy.
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