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President of the T&T Unified Teachers’ Association (TTUTA) Lynsley Doodhai yesterday admitted that bullying within the secondary school system was on the rise.
West Indies cricketing legend Courtney Walsh is among the owners of 519, a social hub based in C3 Centre in South Trinidad. The restaurant’s name is drawn from Walsh’s test wicket total.
It’s being dubbed the ‘Clash of First Citizens Cup titans’, the question is, can reigning champions Defence Force defend the title for the first time for a fourth First Citizens Cup?
Stop twisting facts into fake news.
As T&T weathers this guava and rainy season, the country is looking for every cent and environmental issues, such as severe flooding, seem all the more relevant.
It may not be the result expected by the national team coaching staff, but the thought of failing to defeat teams with a lower FIFA ranking and also following two impressive victories, may have...
The National Infrastructure Development Company Limited (Nedco) which had a total of $224 million in non-performing loans and accumulated debt, is consolidating operations, closing offices and...
RS/RR Productions brings the curtain down for theatre 2017 at Cipriani College with their latest comedy, What My Best Friend Did To Me.
Principal of Fatima College Fr Gregory Augustine is calling for a review of the marking at the Caribbean Examination Council (CXC) after the school recorded the “worst marks”—a 30 per cent failure...
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