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Two men are due to appear before a Siparia Magistrate today, jointly charged with possession of 10.3 kilogrammes of marijuana for the purpose of trafficking, after being arrested by officers of...

Minister of Trade and Industry, Paula Gopee-Scoon will lead a delegation of 10 private sector companies along with senior executives of the Trinidad and Tobago Manufacturers’ Association (TTMA)...

Planned protests to disrupt the first day of school by blocking all major roads leading out to Point Fortin, La Brea and Fyzabad have been averted by police.

Police Commissioner Gary...

Laventille East/Morvant MP Adrian Leonce is asking for prayers for his wife after she was involved in an accident.

The MP took to social media to say his wife was injured last Thursday in...

Petrotrin has called in the police to investigate an oil leak in Fyzabad.
In a statement the company says on Thursday during routine checks in the field, a production operator noticed that...

Works and Transport Minister Rohan Sinanan says works being done at the Beetham Highway will not lead to any traffic congestion when the new school term opens on Monday since all work should be...

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Fireworks display at the Queen's Park Savannah, sponsored by the Ansa McAl Group of Companies.

Exactly one week after the arrest of a Prisons Officer at the Golden Grove Prison on August 23, 2018, another officer has been found to be in possession of illegal and unauthorised items. 

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Prime Minister and PNM leader Dr Keith Rowley is calling on all party members to give what they can to help construct the new PNM headquarters.

Last evening the PNM leader turned the sod...

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Today marked our 56th Independence Day celebration and for the first time Trinidad and Tobago saw a female president taking part in the annual proceedings.

But it was not a first only for...

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An oil company is taking the OWTU to the High Court following a protest over wages.

Lennox Petroleum Services Limited says OWTU members assaulted a security guard and stormed the premises...

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