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Tuesday, 23 January 2018 15:33

Tobago Businesses Reassured After Meeting PM

The Tobago Chamber of Commerce President Demi John Cruickshank says he and his Association are a bit more reassured about progress being made in Tobago in 2018.

Tuesday, 23 January 2018 15:28

Repairs To Begin On Naparima-Mayaro Road

The Ministry of Works and Transport says it will be conducting temporary repair works on a landslide which occurred recently on the Naparima-Mayaro Road near Agostini Village.

Commercial bank RBC will be making major changes to how it does business over the next few days.

Tenants at the Scarborough Esplanade received Eviction Notices on Tuesday.

Tuesday, 23 January 2018 11:40

Farmers Worried Arable Lands Under Threat

Farmers are concerned at the development works they see being done in Curepe, on what they say is the most arable land in the country.

Prime Minister Dr. Keith Rowley said Monday's meeting with the Tobago Business Chamber was one of problem solving, and not one just to take complaints from private sector stakeholders.

Tuesday, 23 January 2018 11:34

Litter Wardens Urged To Step Up Their Game

The Minister of Rural Development and Local Government, Kazim Hosein, is calling on the Public Health Departments and Litter Wardens in all 14 Municipal Corporations to tackle the problem of illegal dumping across the country.

Tuesday, 23 January 2018 11:32

TT Under-20 Women Out CONCACAF Championships

An unhappy ending for the T&T ladies as they crashed out of the CONCACAF Women’s Under-20 World Cup Qualifying Tournament without a point.

Rivaldo London has captured the San Fernando City Corporation's Junior Calypso Title.

Monday, 22 January 2018 19:07

Arima Man Shot Dead

A 30 year man is dead following a shooting in Arima on Sunday.

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An unhappy ending for the T&T ladies as they crashed out of the CONCACAF Women’s Under-20 World Cup
With nothing but pride to play for, the Trinidad and Tobago youth footballers are battling Costa Rica in their Final
Former National Champions Detour Shak Attack will battle close rivals and perennial powerhouse, the Defence Force, in
A thriller at the UWI as Powergen upset the defending champions, Cane Farm, to lift the UWI T/20 Trophy in St.
In some cycling news, Sprint hotshot Nicholas Paul enhanced his growing reputation with a creditable 5th place in the
Kenyan brothers, Stephen and Simon Njoro, dominated the Trinidad and Tobago International Marathon taking the top
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