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While Prime Minister Dr. Keith Rowley believes corruption is the biggest issue facing his government, citizens are saying something different.

With the murder toll increasing and the nature...

More than half of the food the average Trinbagonian eats...

Despite a ruling to reinstate dethroned Miss T&T World, Kimberly Farrah Singh, it seems more trouble is brewing.
The Trinidad and Tobago representative, whoever it may be, is expected to...

The police are investigating an altercation between an officer of the law and the San Fernando mayor.

The incident is said to have taken place on Coffee street San Fernando, while steel...

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CNC3's Akash Samaroo is speaking to farmers in Orange Grove.

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...
Though they are commonly eaten for breakfast in Louisiana, these beignets are perfect for any time of the day. Fry until the beignets are pillowy soft on the inside and golden-brown on the...
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The latest data from the central statistical office points to a decrease in the unemployment rate.

However, it also finds that the largest job losses came from the public sector.

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A former deputy commissioner has knocked the promotion process within the police service, describing it as "a little devil in the backyard".

Wayne Dick told a joint select committee of...

The Trinidad and Tobago Electricity Commission spends roughly $120 million dollars on overtime each year.

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One family is appealing for help after their house fell apart.

They are now living in a pavilion in Curepe but they have been told that they can no longer stay there.

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Fishermen in south Trinidad are bracing for losses after an abandoned oil well erupted in the Gulf of Paria.

Operations are now underway to determine the extent of the spill.

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