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The European Union (EU) has listed T&T for monitoring. 
Here's why.

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CNC3's Otto Carrington is in Sangre Grande where residents of Foster Road are affected by flooding.

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Prime Minister Dr. Keith Crowley is open to having a discussion about the legalization of marijuana.

It comes exactly one week after he said it was not a priority.  

But earlier...

Having leftover rice from Chinese food you ordered or even from your Sunday lunch is a common occurrence. Most times it...
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A standoff at the Port of Spain General Hospital with at least one orthopaedic surgeon objecting to surgeries because of mismatched and defective component parts, saying it's putting patients'...

As women, we naturally tend to take our carnival wear quite seriously. After all who’s really going to show up to the greatest show on earth not looking their best when the soca jammin and it’s...

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The festival of lights, triumph of good over evil and light over darkness.

These are the interpretations commonly associated with the Divali.

But how has one of the most ancient...

The owner of the company at the centre of a fake oil investigation at Petrotrin has denied wrong doing in the matter.

The denial was made to Prime Minster Dr. Keith Rowley who placed a call...

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...

The government says yesterday's unrest in east Port of Spain justifies the need for anti-gang legislation. 

Today, minister in the office of the prime minister Stuart Young again criticised...

For the last decade the ride-hailing industry has been taking over standard taxi...

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The Movement for Social Justice believes former Sports Minister Darryl Smith did not deserve a reappointment in the prime minister's reshuffle. 

At a news conference today, the MSJ weighed...

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