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Angry residents burned items on Nelson Street on Tuesday, protesting what they called an unlawful shooting of one member of their community by a police officer.

Former Attorney General, Ramesh Lawrence Maharaj, says he's in full support of the UWI law students protesting the relocation of their Faculty to the Penal/Debe Campus.

Tuesday, 21 March 2017 17:14

Community Centre Opens In St. John's

A multi-million dollar Community Centre has been opened in St John’s in the San Fernando East constituency.

After capturing the Doubles crown for the third time in four years on Friday night, Shenelle Mohammed completed a hat-trick in Singles at the Shell Tranquility Open Tennis Tournament at the club's courts on Victoria Avenue, Port of Spain.

The Ministry of Health in conjunction with the North Central Regional Health Authority have upgraded and expanded the Mt. Hope Women's Hospital to include the newly opened Women's Outpatient Clinics and Colposcopy Centre.

Tuesday, 21 March 2017 16:30

Carib The Official Beer Of Hero CPL

The Hero Caribbean Premier League welcomed Carib as the Official Beer of the biggest party in sport for the next three years at a launch in Queen's Park Oval last evening.

Tuesday, 21 March 2017 16:07

4pm Update - Tuesday March 21st, 2017

Health Minister Terrence Deyalsingh encourages citizens to live a healthier lifestyle as Non Communicable Diseases continue to be on the rise in T&T; the Ministry of Education is attending to the troubled student at the Santa Rita Primary School; and Carib is the Official Beer of the Hero Caribbean Premier League for the next three years.

 

The Commonwealth Youth Council has called for the country to demand better from politicians and the populace.

Tickets for the three T20 matches between defending ICC World Champions, the West Indies, and Pakistan at the Queen's Park Oval will go on sale from today, March 21st, at the TTCB's ticket office at the Oval and their main office in Couva.

Some Economists are saying that government borrowing levels could be seen as reckless.  They are wondering how this country is going to repay its multi-billion dollar debt in light of falling earnings of revenue and the debt to GDP which now stands at 62%.
 
The economists believe the borrowing could result in increased taxes and devaluation.
 
Government's borrowing to GDP at this time has risen to 63% and could be cause for concern.
 
Economist Indera Sagewan Alli explains.
 
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