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Belgium scored in the closing seconds of stoppage time to rally and stun an upset-minded Japan 3-2 in the World Cup round of 16 on Monday.

After a scoreless first half in Rostov-on-Don,...

For many, it's been somewhat of the nuisance in the wallet, the smallest monetary representation in T&T with minimal use, the one-cent coin.

But if ever it needed your love, one last...

Retired school teacher Cynthia Lee Mack escaped injury when a sprawling tree collapsed, knocking down her water tank, fence and damaging part of her roof early Monday.

For months Lee Mack...

Brazil marches on.

With Argentina, Spain and Portugal crashing out at the weekend, the South Americans beat Mexico by 2-nils to move on to the quarterfinals.

The tournament...

Police are investigating what they described as another gang-related murder that took place just after midnight yesterday in Morvant.

According to a police report, Tarique Finley, 20, of...

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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The high court today handed down a ruling in one of the most hard-fought medical negligence cases in years.  

After Ricardo McKenzie's death almost 10 years ago, the court ruled that the...

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No laughing matter with Akash Samaroo

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As footage emerges of a standoff at the immigration detention centre in Aripo, some nineteen charges were laid on 11 African detainees arising out of a hostage situation on Thursday. 

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The NGO friends of holy cross in Princes Town now has new friends as the organisation receives heartfelt assistance after being robbed of its supplies and appliances earlier this week.

The...

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Finance Minister Colm Imbert hopes misinformation about the Galleons Passage will finally be put to rest.

Today he laid all documents in the parliament related to the acquisition of the...

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The equal opportunities commission has been asked to investigate the behaviour of a political leader online.

Acting on behalf of journalist Kejan Haynes, new city chambers calls on the EOC...

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