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The transport minister says reports on the inter-island ferries have been submitted, but so far the evidence does not incriminate anyone.

Jannelle Bernard tells us more.

 

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Although more than half of the teachers did not turn up today, the education minister says he feels heartened.

Meanwhile, TTUTA is claiming police intimidation at some educational...

Despite still awaiting surgery abroad following his stroke in September 2017, the government says it has no plans on replacing Maxie...

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The health minister is confirming that the medical intern who allegedly posted a racist rant on social media, has been removed from active duty pending the outcome of an investigation.

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The introduction to Carnival.

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But while the port authority is seeking to sort out the issues with the passenger's vessel, one business group says the cargo vessel is also a disappointment.

The Trinidad and Tobago...

Tonight we bring you the story of the group of young female dancers hoping to do this country proud.

Members of the Candace Clark academy of dance are hoping to showcase the Trini infused...

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The UNC political leader is calling on the prime minister and minister of health to disclose which government minister's wife is affiliated with a company receiving state contracts. 

Kamla...

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It's been said that the way a nation treats its most vulnerable is an indication of its strength.

But according to this homeless single mother, this country gets a failing grade in that...

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Calypsonian Aaron Duncan speaks to Shelly Dass-Clarke on The Morning Brew.

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Opposition parties are questioning the timing of the prime minister's decision to fire Edmund Dillon from national security and appoint Stuart Young.

The announcement came just days after...

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Members of the First Peoples community and onlookers who came out to look at the smoke ceremony this morning in Arima, say today's holiday was well-deserved.

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