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Be a light in the darkness. It's the message of President Paula-Mae Weekes in her inaugural address.

The 6th president says she is aware of the challenges facing the country,...

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PSA President Watson Duke says the labour movement has buried the hatchet.

At a news conference today, Duke says recent attacks on the labour movement have only served to bring them closer...

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Disorder in the house of representatives as prime minister Dr Keith Rowley calls the opposition traitors following a question about Venezuela. 

He was called upon to withdraw his statements...

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Cedros councilor Shankar Teelucksingh is accusing the authorities of taking a hands-off approach to the issue of illegal immigrant smuggling.

His comment comes despite a recent pledge by...

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In this episode of inside the festival, we find out about a carnival mas band that is doing much more than designing costumes.

And you know what they say, two is better than one and when it...

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Scores of children from four schools in the central area met at the Bankers Insurance sports day on Shouter Baptist morning.

\T&T athletes Nigel Paul and Carlos Edwards were in the mix...

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Show us the contract!that's the call being made to miss universe Trinidad and Tobago franchise holder Jenny Douglas.

It comes from local delegate Yvonne Clarke who was stripped of her title...

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Opposition political parties are expressing concern about operations at the NLCB and demanding that quick action be taken.

We go first to this Judy Kanhai report, where the opposition is...

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President of the Police Social and Welfare Association, Micheal Seales says the association supports the decision for random drug tests but remains cautious.

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One economist is saying that there is not much reason to celebrate, even as the Finance Minister tells the country that it can expect...

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