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Monday, 20 November 2017 18:56

T&TEC Launches Customer Service App

T&TEC has launched its mobile App and Interactive Voice Response (IVR) system, which it hopes will improve its customer service and help with quicker response times when outages happen, or if wires are hanging.

The Kids In Need of Direction (KIND) initiative is inviting Governmental as well as Non-Governmental Organisations to be a sponsor for their organisation.

Monday, 20 November 2017 18:52

Child Rights Ambassadors Programme Launched

In commemoration of Universal Children's Day, the Office of the Prime Minister launched its Child Rights Ambassadors Programme.

Thirteen past students of Fatima College were inducted into the College's Hall of Achievement over the weekend.

A female security officer has been sentenced to nine months' hard labour, after pleading guilty to a charge of larceny of $31,500 in cash and cheques from Bhagwansingh's Hardware in Chaguanas.

National defender Radanfah Abu Bakr could be playing in next season's UEFA Champions League.

After an encouraging start to the Regional Professional Cricket League Season, the TT Red Force was found wanting in their head to head clash with holders and leaders Guyana Jaguars at the Brian Lara Academy.

Monday, 20 November 2017 17:08

Vote For Miss T&T Universe Online

Online voting has begun for Miss Trinidad and Tobago Universe Yvonne Clarke via the Miss Universe Website and Twitter.

Dr Karine Clay is in Trinidad and Tobago for a two (2) day workshop titled No Child Left Behind. During the seminar, she will interact with local educators and others. This comes after a report from the JSC on education and the results that 10% of our school population is facing ' mental illness ' it is incumbent on us to train our teachers.

Shiva Boys’ College got the better of Presentation College by 1-0 to book their place in the South Zone Intercol Finals.

 

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Arima Boys Government and Scarborough RC were victorious in the Atlantic Primary Schools Boys and Girls Under-15
The stand-off between the Super League and the Referees Association is set to continue, unless the TTFA intervenes.
W Connection stayed in second place behind North East Stars after knocking off former champs Central FC 3-1, while San
Shiva Boys put all their recent troubles behind them to take out another big fish in local schools football. After
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