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Even though he’s been in negative focus for a recent contentious Tobago trip, Sports Minister Darryl Smith couldn’t steal the (brief) spotlight in Parliament yesterday from other MPs bedecked in...
I have heard lively discussions, debates and even passionate arguments over the implementation of the Property Tax Act 2009, sometimes intertwined with observations as to its far-reaching terms or...
Although closed-circuit television (CCTV) footage of the incident in which a woman police constable (WPC) shot PH taxi driver Barry Seepersad emerged on social media yesterday, there are now more...
Sport Minister Darryl Smith has complied with a request to submit a detailed report on the $91,000 Tobago trip to Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley in less than 24 hours.
Social media users applauded Macaulay residents yesterday, after videos surfaced of them apprehending and dealing a dose of vigilante justice to a man they believed to be a truck thief.
The report, well placed sources said, was submitted to Rowley yesterday morning prior to the meeting of Cabinet.
It’s no surprise that criminal elements have found a place in the food industry. Just as fake news are being busted, so too fake foodstuff are being exposed.
San Juan Jabloteh forward Nathan Lewis and his troops at the club will have to settle for contesting a 16-team Concacaf League for the chance of making it to the Concacaf Champions League.
Benjamin Thomas is nigh on a ‘cert’ for an eight-runner 3-y-o Maiden Stakes over six furlongs of ‘good’ ground Pontefract tonight, can you wait until nine o’clock!
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