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Female cops urged to support each other

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Loyse Vincent The women of the Trinidad and Tobago Police Service's (TTPS) Tobago division are being urged to support each other so that they can...

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[email protected] “The strike is in the air. Clear the deck and standby for action!” Those were the instructions Tubal Uriah “Buzz” Butler gave to a...

Tobago farmers on increased Budget allocation

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Some Tobago farmers say the Government’s 70 per cent increased budgetary allocation for agriculture over last year’s figure will do little for the sector....

Aryon prevails against COVID-19, attains SEA success

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On the day of the Secondary Entrance Assessment (SEA) examination on July 1, many children would have received hugs, kisses, pep talks, prayers, moral...

Millennials will challenge marijuana policies of companies—HR Expert

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As it stands, the policy adopted by most companies T&T for marijuana use or possession is termination. But after the Government decriminalised possession of 30...

PTSC chairman clears the air on recent auction

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Chairman of the Public Transport Service Corporation (PTSC), Edwin Gooding, has dismissed as fake news, claims made in social media that PTSC literally gave...

A waste of taxpayers’ money

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The ongoing confusion surrounding the proposed spend by the Government of $50 million to upgrade hotels and guesthouses in Tobago in order to...

Steelpan Month kicks off with Education

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[email protected] “Steelpan Month (August 1 to 31) is a precious, honourable and sacred time for the pan community,” according to the president of Pan Trinbago,...

Almond Vanilla Creme Brûlée

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Creme brûlée is a classic French dessert made up of a rich and creamy vanilla custard covered with a caramelized sugar blanket that cracks...

Aarti Dowlath publishes self-help book for Physics students

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One year ago as Physics teacher Aarti Dowlath published her two units of CAPE Revision Guides she was already plotting her next move–a book...

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Nightmare at Gran Riviere

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Parts of North-East Trinidad are reeling from the effects of this week's inclement weather. Residents in Gran Riviere and Matelot are suffering from more than just one natural disaster.

Rich Plain speaks after PCA report released

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Residents in Rich Plain Diego Martin are calling for an apology from the Police Commissioner (Ag) after the Police Complaints Authority referred its report to the Director of Public Prosecutions.

Final farewell to football’s David John-Williams

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Former TTFA president, David John-Williams, was laid to rest at the St Paul's R.C church in Couva, on Thursday 30 June 2022.

WASA workers stage pre-emptive protest

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WASA workers staged a midday protest on Thursday 30 June 2022, as a pre-emptive strike, based on a rumour that 600 employees are to be retrenched in restructuring exercises.

WASA sabotaged by copper thieves

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Over forty thousand people in south Trinidad were without water on Thursday 30 June 2022, after copper thieves sabotaged equipment at a WASA booster station in Fyzabad.