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Media personality and entertainer Devon Matthews was laid to rest today.

Family, friends and loved ones packed the Arima Velodrome as they turned out to say goodbye.

Reporter Kristy...

Recent torrential rain and flooding have lead to devastation in many communities across Trinidad and Tobago.  Unfortunately, with flooding comes much contamination and health issues are likely to...

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...
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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...

There are questions for national security minister Edmund Dillon after he is named in court documents in new york involving allegations of fraud.

Minister Dillon has not yet responded to...

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With little to no details on how the government intends to amend cannabis laws in this country.

One thing remains certain - the classed dangerous drug will be de-criminalised by June 2019...

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Opposition Leader Kamla Persad-Bissessar is partaking in Indian Arrival Day celebrations in Cedros. Guardian Media's Ivan Toolsie captured this drone footage.

More in tonight's 7pm newscast...

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Residents of Sea View Trace in Carenage are calling for a reliable supply of water.

Today, the Movement for Social Justice adopted the cause of the residents in an effort to raise their...

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No ruling yet from the Privy Council on whether the Law Association illegally investigated the Chief Justice.

As the five law lords sat to hear the CJ's appeal, they said they did not...

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A state company responsible for a billion dollar share in the local energy industry came under rapid fire at a public accounts committee sitting of parliament.

Parliamentarians would not...

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South Trinidad is being described as one of the worst hit in the wake of Tropical Storm Bret.

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PNM candidate for chairman, Colm Imbert after voting in the internal elections today.

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