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Allegations of unfair contract practices at the CEPEP company emerge as an alleged recording of a conversation between a minister and an MP is released.

The alleged  MP was supposedly told...

Come March, this country may have its first female head of state. ...

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With growing concern about the award of another multi-million dollar contract to Kallco, Works Minister Rohan Sinanan is denying any claims of nepotism.

This as he confirms to CNC3 a...

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Effective immediately, citizens will pay more at the pumps for super gasoline. It's one of the measures announced in the finance minister's three hours long 2019 budget presentation.

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Montrose residents are pleading for the Chaguanas borough corporation to be aggressive with the issue of overgrown empty lots in the area.

The residents say the privately owned lands serve...

An eleven-year-old primary school student is in a class of her own.

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A company at the heart of the ferry fiasco is putting up a staunch defense of its record and reputation.

Andrew Purdy of Bridgeman’s Services was grilled by JSC member Wade mark on day two...

The transport ministry was meeting up too late this evening to discuss the legality of transportation network company Uber.

We'll bring you an update on that meeting in a short time.

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Tobagonians believe they are on the brink of a crisis.

Domestic tourism is down by over 50 percent and small businesses are having a hard time sustaining themselves due to issues on the sea...

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PSA President Watson Duke says the labour movement has buried the hatchet.

At a news conference today, Duke says recent attacks on the labour movement have only served to bring them closer...

Criminals are now posing a threat to the work of the Chaguanas Borough Corporation and the corporation's CEO says it's a problem that will cost them.

But laziness may also be an issue....

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