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Father Clyde Harvey has been summoned by Pope Francis to become the next bishop of the city of St George's in Grenada.

The announcement was officially made in Vatican City, Rome at midday...

What was typical overnight rainfall worsened this morning, after sheets of rain drenched the islands, brought widespread flooding and even downed trees over the last 24 hours.

Here's...

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Returning to some news about Petrotrin, Energy Minister Franklin Khan is finally providing details about what the new restructured company will look like.

During his contribution to the...

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As the president honours the top academic performers for 2018, she makes a bold call for a complete overhaul of the education system.

She told president medal winners that education goes...

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Opposition leader Kamla Persad Bissessar is willing to meet the government halfway on the contentious sunset clause issue.

She says while the opposition is committed to combating crime the...

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Minister of Works and Transport Rohan Sinanan says scanners at the port of Port of Spain should be up and running by June, while minister Colm Imbert says two new scanners at the Point Lisas port...

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Hema Ramkissoon speaks with Glen Niles and self-advocate Emmanuel Bishop on the Morning Brew. 

 

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An elderly man is dead and his wife warded in a critical condition at hospital after a fire destroyed their home last evening.

In the midst of their misfortune, family members are thankful...

With another powerful hurricane expected to make landfall on Antigua and Barbuda, the government says it will do all it can to ensure the safety of T&T nationals there.  

The government...

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Eleven persons are in custody after a police raid in south Trinidad.

The arrests are believed to be in connection with several violent crimes. But the suspects weren't the only discovery....

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