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As we conclude our 'Don't Fear the Smear Campaign' in observance of Cervical Cancer Prevention Week, multi-media journalist Bobie-lee Dixon brings you the testimony of cervical cancer survivor,...

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Almost every sport in T&T is preparing for the CAC games or qualifiers this year, and martial arts is no different. 

Recently, the world association of kickboxing organisation began a...

Government is making a second attempt to nab Jearlean John and other public officials who it accuses of bribery and corruption.

Less than two weeks after the initial matter was thrown out,...

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A battle is brewing between a group of taxi drivers and their association over a fare increase.

Taxi drivers who ply the Chaguanas to Curepe route say they are against a decision to...

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Soca artiste Nailah Blackman believes more recognition should be given to her grandfather Ras Shorty I, the creator of soca music.

Blackman who was recently nominated in BET’s viewer’s...

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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Derelict vehicles with inspection stickers were pulled off the roads today as licensing officers cracked down on those attempting to cheat the system. 

Many were surprised by what they...

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There's the saying those who feel it know it.

Regional leaders including this country's president told the world, that no longer climate change can be ignored.

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More than half of the food the average Trinbagonian eats is...
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They say the country and the United Nations turned its backs on them and it took a little-known business owner to offer protection. 

A group of Cuban refugees are calling him their father...

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Guardian Media staff rocked their socks on Thursday in recognition of World Down Syndrome Day....

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One Greenvale Park resident who received three flood assistance cheques from the state is being ordered to give one back. 

But Manohar Singh says the social development ministry made the...

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