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Almost 840 people lost their jobs in this country between September and January.

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A call today for more people to serve God, like father Reginald Hezekiah.

This as the popular priest is laid to rest.

Ria Rambally has more....

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It's World Press Freedom Day and in this country, the issue of cyber attacks against journalists is now a serious issue for some media governing bodies.

In separate statements, today, both...

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Works Minister Fitzgerald Hinds is tonight giving the assurance that consultation will take place on increasing the speed limit from 80 km/h.

The Minister was asked by Opposition Senator...

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Thirty-four people have been charged for breaching water use restrictions.

But while citizens are being asked to conserve water, WASA has more than seven hundred leaks in its system.

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Former Minister Jack Warner is fighting bank against FCB limited after the company filed a debt recovery claim for 1.2 million dollars.

But today Warner is saying, he is the one who is owed...

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As we follow the brewing trade dispute between Trinidad and Tobago and Jamaica, we speak to the man who has championed the call for action, Jamaica's William Mahfood, manufacturing mogul and...

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Udecott has announced new dates for the construction of the Brian Lara Stadium.

This, as the state company says there was nothing standing in the way of its completion.

Officials...

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Students attending a pre-school in Morvant had to be evacuated from the compound this morning after the stench from a nearby sewage leak became unbearable.

Residents from the housing...

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The Transport Minister is open to discussing changes to the speed limit as an online petition calling for it to be increased to 120 km/per hour on highways garners over 4,500 signatures in just...

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The Police Complaints Authority has started its investigation into allegations of bribery involving several high-ranking police officers and former politicians.

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The Prime Minister and Attorney General seem to be at odds over the decriminalization of marijuana.

Responding to today's Guardian newspaper, the Prime Minister says government has not...

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