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Two religious leaders are urging calm in the country following Justice Devindra Rampersad’s ruling last week in which he declared two clauses of the buggery legislation unconstitutional.
“Do something good for the country…and they still find a way to be negative smh (shaking my head) Trinidadians.”
A decision by a large group of PanTrinbago members to remove the organisation’s central executive is now set to be the subject of a legal challenge.
The numbers of gays who have been thrown out of their parents’ homes and evicted from apartments have increased to eight in the last week.
Web developer Sherezz Grant has less than two weeks to raise over eight thousand euros (TT$69,000) to pursue the Full Stack Software Engineering Programme at Codeworks, an advanced web development...
Violent crime, fuelled by illegal narcotics and weapons, has had an adverse effect on the landscape of T&T.
Despite National Security Minister Edmund Dillon telling the Parliament on Tuesday that Cedros fishermen Awardnath Hajarie, his son Nicholas and colleague Shami Seepersad were expected to return...
The Youth Arm of National Council of Indian Culture (NCIC) successfully staged Khoobsurat, a night of fashion and dinner, at Bisram Gopie Sangeet Bhavan, NCIC Nagar, Chaguanas last Saturday.
Taromi Lourdes Joseph is a busy bee in the local performance industry on whom tabs are not easily kept.
Economist Dr Terrence Farrell, who resigned as the chairman of the Economic Development Advisory Board (EDAB) earlier this year, does not expect the non-energy sector to grow in 2018 and 2019.
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