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It appears to be a two-way race for the road march title, between Savannah Grass and Famalay as both songs dominated various judging points around Port of Spain, Chaguanas and San Fernando.

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Some flack for commercial banks as government encourages citizens to invest in the National Investment Fund.

In the parliament today, Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley complained about the...

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In a response to Dr Moonilal Hema Ramkissoon interview Hinds on the Morning Brew. 

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Why did the Port Authority suddenly end negotiations with the company offering one vessel to satisfy both T&T's cargo and passenger needs?

The question is now being asked in light of...

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Questions tonight about the seaworthiness of the T&T Express, after...

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Police officers at strategic units across the country who refuse lie detector tests are being transferred.

At least 40 officers have been moved and some are already exploring legal options...

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A mere two weeks after the birth of his daughter, Kierron Yip Ngow was retrenched.

However, determined to play a pivotal role in his daughter's life, he rolled up his sleeves and decided to...

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Public Utilities minister Robert Lee Hunte orders TSTT's chairman Robert Mayers to revisit the contexts of two previous audit reports which raised questionable business transactions.

It...

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Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley says he's unaware of any lawsuit against the government by Bouygues Batiment T&T...

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Police commissioner Gary Griffith remains resolute in his position to fight fire with fire.

Despite threats of a war following last week's shooting in Laventille, Griffith says criminals...

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All they want is a new start.

One family who was caught in the crossfire between the Muslim and Rasta gangs on Nelson street last Thursday is hoping that when they meet with HDC officials...

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