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A true Trini writer and a proud son of the soil. These are some of the words being used to describe writer and Nobel Prize winner Sir Vidia Naipaul who died on Saturday at the age of 85.  As...

In 2018, I read 200 books. Of the 200 books, I managed to narrow down to my top five favourite non-fiction books of 2018. I love reading non-fiction books because of wealth of information I walk...

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A company at the heart of the ferry fiasco is putting up a staunch defense of its record and reputation.

Andrew Purdy of Bridgeman’s Services was grilled by JSC member Wade mark on day two...

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The opposition has crossed the first hurdle in its legal challenge against the Children's Life Fund.

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At the age of 24, John Agitation started his career, he told one joke to a live audience and the rest was history.

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Government announces further changes to the sea bridge. 

Prime minister Dr Keith Rowley says given the high cost of maintenance, the state will be selling the T&T Express vessel.

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The Charlotte Street vendors have taken a decision to take the Port-of-Spain City Corporation to court.

This after the vendors were moved from Charlotte Street.

Opposition Senator...

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A video showing alleged gang members burning a holy book is causing concern within the Muslim community.

Tonight, one Islamic leader is calling for an apology.

Cameraman Michael...

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Afternoon News Headlines for Wednesday 24th January, 2018

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Union members and workers last evening sacrificed convenience for discomfort as they overnighted at the Rienzi Complex in Couva.

The Oilfield Workers Trade Union's (OWTU) president general...

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Money owed by private citizens is just one part of a multi-million dollar debt owed to the Water and Sewage Authority.

During a  joint select committee meeting of parliament earlier today...

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There will be no extension!

Works and Transport Minster Rohan Sinanan says citizens have gotten enough time to have their vehicles inspected.

Today, lines trailed outside inspection...

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