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A man from Petit Valley became the country’s 33rd murder victim of the year after he was ambushed and killed in front of his home yesterday.
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.
President of the PowerGen Secondary Schools Cricket Council (SSCC) Surujdath Mahabir criticized the Government for not supporting women cricketers.
President George Maxwell Richards was described as a hero by his daughter Maxine Richards, as she spoke of the life she shared with her father during an emotional eulogy.
It was highly regarded English poet, playwright, actor and writer William Shakespeare, who said “When words fail, music speaks.” And indeed it does.
Environmental activist group Fishermen and Friends of the Sea (FFOS) has obtained an interim injunction barring the Government from continuing work on the first phase of the $400M Churchill...
A 22-year-old Arima man was killed and his 16-year-old brother wounded as they attempted to protect their father from an armed intruder on Monday night.
After maintaining her composure for the last week, Maxine Richards, the daughter of former president George Maxwell Richards broke down in tears yesterday, as the hearse carrying her father’s body...
Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley has defended Government’s decision to award Kall Co Ltd (Kallco) a $400 million contract to construct the first segment of the Churchill- Roosevelt Highway extension...
Reigning Panorama champions, Massy Trinidad All Stars, will be second big band to be judged as the preliminary competition continues on Monday.
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