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The first official Secondary Schools Football League (SSFL) Stakeholders forum is set to take place this morning from 9:30am at the National Cycling Centre (NCC) media room in Balmain, Couva.
Unlike nineteen years ago where we had to depend on media reports from the Print media in the United Kingdom or Europe on clubs where several of our former overseas-based players campaigned to...
Finance Minister Colm Imbert is insisting that the Galleons Passage, the US$17.4 million ferry purchased for the seabridge, can easily make the journey between Port-of-Spain and Scarborough.
Out of 50 applicants for the post of police commissioner and deputy police commissioner, 12 were shortlisted by the Police Service Commission.
A Standard Three pupil of the Munroe Road Government Primary School (MRGPS) was brutally attacked by four older pupils on Wednesday while on the school compound, minutes after school was...
Family members from England, Canada and New York came to Trinidad to join their loved ones as they celebrated Onecimus Caprietta’s 100th birthday at the Arima Tennis Court on February 18.
French photographer, author and blogger Garance Dore once said, “Jewelry is a very personal thing...it should tell a story about the person who’s wearing it.”
Retired Chief Justice Michael de la Bastide yesterday expressed concern that legal action initiated by Chief Justice Ivor Archie against the Law Association of T&T (LATT) leaves little room...
Seven-year-old Kaylah Burnley was born to be a dancer. She is currently the youngest ballet dancer en pointe in T&T; she started pointe when she was six in 2017.
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