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Kenwyne Jones will hang up his boots at the end of the year, blowing the final whistle on a career that has spanned close to two decades.
A Princes Town couple who claimed that a leaking water line damaged their home irreparably went to court yesterday seeking compensation from the State-owned Water and Sewerage Authority.
A well-known radio personality is taking the bull by the horn next year.
Miss Universe T&T Yvonne Clarke yesterday appealed to online supporters to help her qualify in the top 16 ahead of the pageant scheduled to take place in Las Vegas on November 26.
The Divisional Commander of Police in Tobago, Acting Senior Superintendent Joanne Archie, says the police are on the ground and will be proactively working to ensure that crime on the island is...
On this day fifty-four years ago, John F Kennedy, the 35th President of the United States of America, would leave the White House and never return.
Prison Officers’ Association (POA) president Ceron Richards said yesterday his members were breathing a little easier after a second meeting with Attorney General Faris Al-Rawi and National...
As an Angostura boycott looms, attorney Ramesh Lawrence Maharaj has called on Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley to ensure allegations of sexual harassment and indecent assault at the company are...
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