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Yet another local footballer is off to a foreign land to ply his trade as former Trinidad and Tobago Under-20 Men's Captain Jabari Mitchell has signed a one-year deal with Albanian Superliga Club KS Kastrioti.

Prime Minister Dr. Keith Rowley will be out of the country from today, Wednesday 20th June 2018.

YTEPP officials are denying any underhand action in the disposal of State property for the benefit of its employees.

Youthful artistes have painted an enormous 160ft mural in Belmont.

Wednesday, 20 June 2018 11:11

Preparing Youth For The World Of Work

Preparation for the world of work is essential for today's youth, and CEO of The Institute of Finishing Elements, Catherine Gordon, saw the need for taking on the challenge and working to help youths present a professional face to employers.

A man was killed in a drive-by shooting in St. James on Tuesday night.

One resident in the Caroni Central constituency, Chutney and classical singer Ramrajie Prahboo, says she feels unsafe at times in her own community.

Tuesday, 19 June 2018 18:42

JTUM Gives Gov’t Failing Grade

The Joint Trade Union Movement has declared September 7th a day of Rest and Reflection, after giving the government a failing grade during the Labour Day Celebrations in Fyzabad.

Ian Wason brought back this report.

The National Trade Union Centre of Trinidad and Tobago (NATUC) celebrated Labour Day with a march in Tobago.

The walk started at Shaw Park and was led by NATUC President - President of the Public Service Association Watson Duke along with other union leaders and their members.

Deputy Political Leader of the United National Congress Jerlean John is questioning why an 11 page document, complete with headshots, name, alias, home address and position of Rasta City gang members was circulated on social media last week.

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Yet another local footballer is off to a foreign land to ply his trade as former Trinidad and Tobago Under-20 Men's
The Atlantic Primary School Cricket League Inter-School Competition came to an end on Friday. Preysal Government,
Trinidad and Tobago came from behind to beat the United States South in a key clash in the Rugby Americas North
Trinidad and Tobago's stickmen made it two in two versus Guyana at Hockey Centre. Ruskin Mark has more on the
The Royhil Seals National Primary Schools Water Polo League came to an exciting conclusion at the Flying Fish pool.
Defending TT Super League Champions Guaya United F.C. stumbled at the start of their title defense when they were
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