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In celebration of Trinidad and Tobago’s Independence, we take a look at T&T’s Firsts.

Events in our history that helped shape the nation into what it is today.

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Early this morning a fire gutted a cluster of small shops along henry street known as the people's mall company limited.
while mall owners say there are plans to build a proper mall...

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The first peoples formerly known as the Amerindians are on a drive to rewrite the history books.

They say accounts of their existence are false and leave out their diversity.

Their...

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Morning News Headlines for Wednesday 24th, January, 2018.

A man convicted of the murder of his mother, has been awarded over $5 million by the state.

The ruling handed down in the Court of Appeal, dismisses the appeal of the AG, who challenged the...

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The rains may have cleared for now and flood waters receding but some citizens are yet to spend a night back in their own homes.

In Kelly Village residents are keeping shelters open.

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It has been one week since heavy rains caused flooding across Trinidad leaving thousands with heavy hearts as they lost everything.

Everything but each other.

Since the disaster...

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The acts of violence committed against the people of sea lots earlier this week are being described as cowardice by businessman Cedric Burke.  

He has labelled those responsible as clowns...

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Member of Parliament for La Horquetta - Talparo, Maxie Cuffie is back on the job.
Cuffie was out and about in his constituency on Saturday as Works and Transport Minister Rohan Sinanan...

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Cuban refugees are continuing their protests outside of the United Nations’ office in Trinidad and Tobago.

The nationals who are camping outside the Chancery Lane office are accusing the...

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Former tertiary minister Fazal Karim is calling for the dismissal of the UTT  board of directors.

His call comes as 11 lecturers were handed letters of dismissal by the institution on...

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One prison officer is dead and numerous others injured following a massive fire at Guyana's Camp Street prison facility last evening.

CNC3 News has been monitoring that government's online...

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