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What are this country's plans to tackle the effects of climate change? Akash Samaroo spoke with Keshan Kumarsingh, head of the multilateral environmental unit at the Ministry of Planning.

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With another powerful hurricane expected to make landfall on Antigua and Barbuda, the government says it will do all it can to ensure the safety of T&T nationals there.  

The government...

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There's the saying those who feel it know it.

Regional leaders including this country's president told the world, that no longer climate change can be ignored.

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They say the country and the United Nations turned its backs on them and it took a little-known business owner to offer protection. 

A group of Cuban refugees are calling him their father...

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A defeated UNC candidate from the 2016 Local Government Election is calling on the party hierarchy to pay its outstanding fees to over sixty candidates who were unsuccessful.

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One day after two of its officers were implicated in a violent row, the Police Service is now investigating questionable images....

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Jesse Ramdeo captures a portion of Fireworks crosses the San Fernando stage Carnival Tuesday.

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The government has again avoided the question about recognizing that Venezuela is facing a humanitarian crisis

It's something they are yet to take a firm position on despite officially...

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Carnival in Trinidad and Tobago has given birth to many spin-off...

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Confusion for some passengers scheduled to travel to Tobago on the inter-island ferry today.

As they confronted long lines and delays at the port, the passengers tell Janelle Bernard...

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Just days before a planned nationwide shutdown, public sector workers are being warned against taking irresponsible action.

And the prime minister is threatening legal action against those...

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