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The national security minister says joint army and police patrols will begin soon in Port of Spain, Chaguanas and San Fernando.

 Minister Dillon made the announcement as he, along with the...

National Security Minister Edmund Dillon is clearing the air about a number of articles published on the weekend.

 

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Meanwhile, condolences and words of gratitude for the late president and his family came in from several quarters.

Akash Samaroo has some of them.

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Following Tuesday's earthquake, questions have arisen about whether UDeCOTT buildings are insured. 

Staffers say the multi-million dollar buildings that house thousands of public servants...

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The cost of fuel increased yet again in the national budget, but there are other options for local drivers.

Tonight drive wise tells us how drivers can save money despite the high prices...

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Men calling themselves members of the unruly isis gang are distancing themselves from the spate of murders in the Enterprise community. In an interview with CNC3 the men also apologised for a...

If your property includes a dog kennel, gazebo or any animal enclosure, they will factor into the rental value of your property.

The parliament is sitting to consider amendments to the...

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Stop killing our women!

A strong message from women's groups in T&T, as they commemorate with the world, International Women's Day.

Otto Carrington attended a fair at wood ford...

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For the last fortnight, Johnny Hamilton has been hitting the headlines since signing with the Detroit Pistons in a deal that could see the T&T national play in the NBA in the coming season....

 As a sense of normalcy returned to east...

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No laughing matter with Akash Samaroo

More than half of the food the average Trinbagonian eats is imported. This should come as no surprise since our twin isle’s annual food import bill is approximately $6 billion. By purchasing...

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