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Tuesday, 21 March 2017 13:50

Education Can Prevent Fraud

Education is needed to fight fraudulent activity and cyber crime.

The Ministry of Agriculture has confirmed there will be an immediate restriction on meat imports from Brazil.

Tuesday, 21 March 2017 12:17

News Update For Tuesday 21st March 2017

Agriculture Ministry bans meat imports from Brazil; La Horquetta man expected to appear at court today on a murder charge; Police are still seeking the identity of a man who was found floating in the Gulf of Paria on Monday among other stories.

Trinidad and Tobago has fielded very few boxers in the Olympics, with nothing spectacular in terms of results to write home about.

The Opposition has once again defended its stance concerning the abolition of Preliminary Inquiries.

Parents of the Santa Rita Primary School are appealing for Education Minister Anthony Garcia to address a troublesome pupil at their school.

The shocking headlines depicting a student beaten until she was unconscious has gripped the nation.

Akini Adams, Brian Mc Caulay and Abraham Lett are asking the public not to judge them, or their community of Sea Lots.

The T&T footballers are settling into their final week of preparations ahead of their World Cup qualifiers with Panama and Mexico next.

Monday, 20 March 2017 18:16

Body Found Floating At Sea

Investigators are looking into the discovery of a body found floating in the Gulf of Paria just off the Port of Spain International Waterfront Centre.

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The Defence Force footballers remained perfect after two rounds of the revamped First Citizens Cup competition by
Despite the inclement weather on Labour Day, which made the conditions a bit tricky and muddy at times, it was a fine
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