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For the last fortnight, Johnny Hamilton has been hitting the headlines since signing with the Detroit Pistons in a deal that could see the T&T national play in the NBA in the coming season....

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Venezuelans immigrants in this country say they are living in fear.

Over the weekend over 80 Venezuelans, who were being held at the Detention Centre, were deported back to the South...

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Opposition leader Kamla Persad-Bissessar has accused the government of failing to provide a proper response to tropical storm Bret which she says has resulted in a large portion of the population...

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President of Pantrinbago Keith Diaz, is defending his organisation against criticisms of mismanagement.

The lead pan man told CNC3 that those questioning his organisation's spending need...

More than half of the food the average Trinbagonian eats is imported. This should come as no surprise since our twin isle’s annual food import bill is approximately $6 billion. By purchasing...

Citizens should have the right to chose. It’s the cry of citizens who gathered outside the Parliament today to demand that law banning sodomy be removed.

The court is expected to rule on...

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Samuel "Brigo" Abraham was described as a man that sacrificed family for his nation.

At his funeral service at the Cathedral of Immaculate Conception today, his son, Reverend Father Bonnie...

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Scores of passengers were left stranded in Aranguez today as the area's taxi drivers association called on members to ease off the gas.

The drivers took the action in protest of the murder...

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The education ministry has embarked on a review of the education act in a bid to revise the current school's code of conduct, and the education ministry is encouraging parents to get involved in...

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Government and Opposition square off over the Couva Children's Hospital.

Health Minister Terrence Deyalsingh says the facility was built to tug at the heartstrings of the population.

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A  retired school teacher and her daughter from Syne village in Penal lost everything in a house fire earlier today.

Cameraman Ivan Toolsie and Jannelle Bernard tell us that they are now...

The minister of education has listed three schools where he believes acts of sabotage have been perpetrated on the sewer systems.

He said the acts resulted in several closures and barrage...

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