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Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley yesterday urged parents of children attending St Barb’s Government Primary School to get more involved in their children’s lives in a bid to mold them into becoming...
Parents of students attending the Santa Rita RC School resumed protest action yesterday claiming that the troubled child who has been disrupting classess and threatening students had returned to...
A soldier who suffered a gunshot injury to the neck at Camp Cumuto on Tuesday has died.
However, an investigation has been launched into the circumstances surrounding his death.
Cricket in the air. Pakistan versus the West Indies 20/20. Nobody interested except rain. Put stumps down in the Oval and farmers and buffalo happy. One of those quicksilver 20:20 series.
Spiritofedinburgh looks a solid part of our each-way treble today in the eight-runner Maiden Stakes over seven furlongs of Lingfield polytrack; this Surrey venue stages a seven-race programme in...
Sabotage was identified as one of the factors which caused CT scanners at three public hospitals to malfunction simultaneously.
Poets, as most Trinidadians know, are people who write words that rhyme or, if they’re really good poets, don’t.
“Unlucky” was how national football coach Dennis Lawrence described Tuesday’s 1-0 loss to Mexico in the World Cup Qualifier at the Hasely Crawford Stadium in Mucurapo.
Dillon Kerdal Grant, also known as Fox, 42, of Dass Trace, Enterprise, was forced by a gunman to run for his life yesterday morning.
Dear Minister Dillon, Paul Marchan, 30, is dead. He was shot and killed by police officers whom relatives had called asking for help to subdue him. He was subdued. Forever.
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