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Former OAS workers say they have been left in limbo now that the Brazilian construction firm has parted ways with the government.

The workers say they are owed outstanding salaries,...

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Roses are red. Violets are blue. Tonight, we have three young poets to introduce to you.

Ria clearly needs some work on her poetry.

But cameraman Neil Romain and reporter Carisa Lee...

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Days after being attacked at the Queen's Park Savannah, a homeless couple is tonight fighting off eviction from the state.

Former national heavyweight boxer Wendell Joseph and his wife...

A southern woman is calling on her grandson's killer to come forward.

A promising young footballer was shot and killed outside his home this morning on the day he celebrated his sixteenth...

Geologists assessing the mud volcano that erupted yesterday say it is not likely to happen again.

 But despite the assurance, the site remains closed.

The councillor for the area...

More than half of the food the average Trinbagonian eats is imported. This should come as no surprise since...
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In 2010, Haiti suffered a devastating earthquake. It claimed more than three hundred thousand lives and caused billions of dollars in damage.

Six years later, the Caribbean nation finds...

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Afternoon News Headlines for Tuesday 30th January 2018.

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A former top cop nominee is challenging a new nomination submitted for the post of Police Commissioner.

Deodat Dulalchan's attorneys have written to the commission querying the process used...

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It's being described as a one hundred million dollar industry.

The Joint Select Committee of Parliament was today made privy to classified information showing that T&T is now also a...

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The Opposition Leader is accusing the government of attempting to rush crucial crime-fighting legislation through the parliament.

This as the government plans to re-introduce the Anti-...

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Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley is expressing displeasure with the protective service's fight against crime.

According to him, given the investments, more is expected.

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