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The local manufacturing firm instructed to remove its coconut water product off the market has been identified as Solo.
But over the weekend, the beverage company was yet to comply with the...

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Opposition Leader Kamla Persad Bissessar has criticised the government for what she calls evidence of discrimination and favouritism in the payment of attorney Kerwyn Garcia by Udecott.

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Nursing students are yet to be paid their stipends and some of them have not been paid in months.
Health Minister Terrence Deyalsingh is clueless as to when they will be paid.

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RBC Royal Bank will be increasing its fees by the end of May but the bank is defending the move and is saying its rates are within industry standards.
Judy Kanhai has more in this report....

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By the end of June, families of security officers killed in the line of duty should get the one million dollar payment Promised by the last administration.

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The firestorm continues following statements by the president of the IRO supporting the existing marriage laws in Trinidad and Tobago. 

Today the local arm of the United Nations, The Hindu...

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The opposition does not support child marriage and wants the age raised to eighteen.

At a news conference this afternoon, leader Kamla Persad Bissessar says the laws that encourage minors...

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Some T&Tec workers are alleging that last week's partial blackout was not due to mechanical failures but rather a form of protest.

They are warning that another one is imminent.

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One of this country's major beverage companies is being accused of misleading the public by selling a product 'labelled coconut water' when it doesn't contain any coconut water at all.


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A group of citizens spent the day at Scotland Bay but not for the obvious reasons; there were no bikinis or water sports but rather they pulled out gloves and filled garbage bags with a mountain...

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In the 2015 general elections the United National Congress spent almost two and half times more than the people's national movement on advertising.

This information comes from the...

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The National Security Minister says this country must prepare for potential Venezuelan refugees.

This as president Nicolas Maduro is expected to visit this country on Monday.