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Word today from Prime Minister of St. Vincent and the Grenadines Dr. Ralph Gonsalves that the consequences of climate change, including rising sea levels, drought and floods, threatened his country

The ongoing war of words between Guyana and Venezuela continues with Guyana President David Granger calling for a permanent solution.

Santa Cruz man shot dead

Police are investigating the murder of 31 year old Akeem Ramadin who was shot and killed at his Maraldo Street, Cantaro Village, Santa Cruz home on Wednesday morning.

The Office of the Prime Minister-Tobago Affairs has clarified that no letters of termination have been given to employees.

Minister of Planning and Development Camille Robinson-Regis has assured that the Government will be working to ensure Trinidad and Tobago remains more competitive in the international market.

For a second consecutive year, Trinidad and Tobago has placed 89 out of 140 countries in the Global Competitiveness Report.

Farmers hope the 2016 budget invests more into innovating and developing agriculture.

Hunting ban lifted on October 1st

Wild meat lovers have a chance to smile again, as the dishes of lappe, deer and other delicacies will be available once more.

An investigation is being conducted by Airports Authority officials as to why passengers were put out of the A.N.R. Robinson International Airport in Tobago at 2am on Wednesday after their flight was cancelled.

There are fears that the crime wave in Chaguanas could rise with the transfer of Senior Superintendent Johnny Abraham.

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Alescon Comets’ dream season continues as they cruised into the Semi-Finals of the Premier Division T/20 Festival
Youth is served in local table tennis as the talented Aron Wilson nabs the prestigious Insurance Company of the West
President of the La Brea Off-Season Football League, Gerald Debesette, says members of the Young Stars football team
Defending champions Hillview College will play Naparima College in the Finals of the Powergen Secondary Schools
Paragon Hockey Club and the Defence Force were crowned Women and Men's Champions of the University Of The West Indies
Time now for your horse racing wrap, and Ruskin Mark takes a look back at a couple of the races from Day 13 of the
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