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It's just over a month to Carnival 2015 and tonight we begin our Carnival series, as we take a look at the big fetes and all the associated events. It's being hosted by one of our colleagues from...

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On this day five years ago, over 300 thousand people were killed in an earthquake that devastated Haiti. The earthquake that registered seven on the richter scale struck at 4.53 in the afternoon ...

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A protest today saw 6 communities in Erin being blocked by debris. This resulted in many being blocked in including children making their way to school. But the protesting residents and their MP ...

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The Opposition Leader is telling the Attorney General to stop the charade and get down to the work of implementing the death penalty. Dr Rowley has penned a letter to the AG, responding to his...

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Works Minister Dr. Surujrattan Rambachan is calling on the police to do more to end five days of protests by residents of communities along the SS Erin Road. The residents staged another protest...

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The high court is admitting that it made an error and failed to send important documents to the legal team of Dr. Keith Rowley. On Thursday 15th January, the Attorney General celebrated a victory...

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In part 4 of our series “Cracks in our Borders” we told you two of the eight radar sites we visited were not working. Now we pick up where we left off, with some fishermen claiming even though the...

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President Anthony Carmona is breaking his silence on the impasse between the Highway Re-route Movement and the government. At the Annual Mediation Symposium this morning, Chairman of the Mediation...

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A marine biologist is putting some of the blame for the devastation in Manzanilla and Mayaro on human behaviour. CNC3's Otto Carrington returned to Manzanilla today for an update on the situation...

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Acting Police Commissioner Stephen Williams says he has put together a strong, experienced team of officers to solve the murder of a German couple in Tobago on Saturday. He made the announcement...

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Police are continuing to question Azmon Alexander, who was captured on Sunday in Malabar. 28 year-old Alexander, who has been described as the country's most wanted man, was held by officers after...

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As we continue our countdown to Christmas, we tell you about a family who got its big wish just in time for the holidays. The family of 10 received a house thanks to the efforts of the corporate...

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