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A final decision on the future of ‘GATE’ is to be made in about a week and a half. This, as the Minister of Education, Anthony Garcia, acknowledged the public's anxiety over the GATE programme. He promised to inform the population before school reopens.

Wednesday, 20 July 2016 19:38

BILLIONS IN TAXES OWED TO GOVERNMENT

The entire national budget can be financed by money that is 'squirreled away' by corruption and money laundering, according to Attorney General Faris Al-Rawi.

Billions of dollars in suspicious transactions have been uncovered in Trinidad and Tobago. This from the Attorney General, Faris Al-Rawi, as he urged the local business community to show interest in the passage of the Civil Asset Forfeiture Bill.

A warning to citizens - be careful when next you buy fish. This after hundreds of dead fish washed ashore the Mosquito Creek in South Trinidad.

“Police officers must not allow their emotions to influence their professional conduct.” That’s the view of Acting Commissioner of Police Stephen Williams after noting an Express newspaper report entitled ‘Former Central Division Top Cop Says His Murder Was a Blessing in Disguise: Robocop the Bandit.’ 
Wednesday, 20 July 2016 16:15

MAN CHARGED IN BAY RUM MURDER

An alleged dispute over bay rum led to the death of Janko Sylvester and the subsequent charging of Andrew ‘Blakie’ Kallicharan with murder.

Wednesday, 20 July 2016 12:22

NEWS UPDATE FOR WEDNESDAY JULY 20TH 2016

Jamaican honour for Dr. Keith Rowley as UWI Mona adds his name to its wall of famous leaders; First and fast response - Regional Corporation runs disaster simulation; UWI Conference wants part time jobs incorporated into tuition fee assistance, Marlon Samuels named as Cricketer of the Year at WICB Awards and the man with the big bat is back - Chris Gayle aims to keep the Tallawahs on top tonight.

'A Serious game changer', that's how the Chairman of the Chamber of Industry and Commerce's Tobago Division, feels about a Sandals hotel coming to Tobago.

Demi John Cruickshank spoke with Patricia Nicholson on the benefits this brand could have for Tobago, despite environmental concerns.

Tuesday, 19 July 2016 18:49

‘POKEMON GO’ ANXIETY IN T&T

Wherever you go, even here in Trinidad and Tobago, although the app hasn't reached our shores yet, people are searching for Pokemon. And it's not just because school has gone on vacation.

Pokemon Go was launched in the US on July 6th, and since then young and old have turned nomadic searching for Pokemon to catch.

As Peter Christopher explains, would-be Pokémon Trainers in Trinidad and Tobago have been waiting impatiently for their turn to catch them all.

Prime Minister Dr. Keith Rowley and Jamaica's Opposition Leader Portia Simpson Miller agree that Caribbean leaders need to advance CARICOM.

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The T&T bowlers continued to toil on the second day of their Professional Cricket League clash with Guyana out at
The T&T Under-20 ladies made a winning start to their build up programme towards next January’s crucial World
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Tonya Nero will once again throw down the gauntlet to the region's top road runners as she seeks precious metal for
The TT bowlers found the going tough against some patient Guyanese batting on the opening day of their day/night clash
Athletes competing at the National Swimming Short Course Championships made a big splash in the pool at the Aquatic
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