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Parents with children suffering from cerebral palsy staged a protest outside the National Enrichment Centre at Carlsen Field, Chaguanas, on Friday.

National Senior Men's Football Team Coach, Dennis Lawrence, visited his alma mater, Barataria North Secondary, on Friday to present the school's football team with balls to help them prepare for competition in the East Zone Under-20 Championship.

In some table tennis news, Catherine Spicer is back as Solo National Singles Champion after knocking off close rival, Brittany Joseph, 4-1 in the Final at the Racquet Centre in Tacarigua.

At the first of two Special Sittings of the Caribbean Court of Justice to honour its new President, Mr. Justice Adrian Saunders, one theme rang true - the reluctance of regional territories to make the CCJ their highest court of appeal on civil and criminal matters.

Success Laventille Composite School will remain at its location.

The energy sector is a God-given gift to Trinidad and Tobago, and steps must be taken to maximise the gains from it.

Two executives, attached to the Water and Sewerage Authority (WASA) and Kall Co respectively, appeared before a Port of Spain Magistrate on Friday to face corruption charges.

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It's the first full day of competition at the 2018 CAC Games in Barranquilla, Colombia, and several of our athletes
All roads lead to the Hasely Crawford Stadium tonight, for the final of the First Citizens Cup set for a 7pm kickoff.
Police Rugby Club made a strong start to the TT Rugby Football Union's (TTRFU) five-stage Women's Division Rugby Season
A fine batting display by Stacy-Ann King was not enough to help her team, Trident Sports Phoenix, avoid defeat against
The United States Embassy in collaboration with the Chaguanas Borough Corporation recently brought its four stop sports
Whenever there is a new sport in town, we at C Sport are all about giving it a try, and this was the case recently as
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