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They needed penalties but Central F.C. picked up their 3rd First
The sport of netball is going through a rebuilding phase and ...
Political Leader of the Movement for Social Justice David ...
A Sunday morning accident along the Valencia stretch has claimed
"Poetry in the Gayelle" is what The Oral Tradition ROOTS ...
Repair works at the Desalination Company of Trinidad and Tobago

An assurance from the Trinidad and Tobago Police Service that it remains committed to fighting crime.

Police Constable Roger David, who was injured while off duty on Saturday when he attempted to quell a confrontation in Point Fortin, has not regained consciousness.

Head of the Child Protection Task Force, Diana Mahabir-Wyatt, is questioning the legality of taking a nine year old boy to court after he was found driving a stolen vehicle.

The Privileges Committee has been called upon to investigate the basis of the Opposition Leader's Motion of No Confidence in the Finance Minister.

The Tobago House of Assembly's Finance Secretary, Joel Jack, says Moody's downgrade of Trinidad and Tobago, and more specifically the THA, is serious but its implications must not be exaggerated.

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They needed penalties but Central F.C. picked up their 3rd First Citizen's Cup title with a hard-fought victory over
The sport of netball is going through a rebuilding phase and things are coming along slowly but surely.   
It's the first full day of competition at the 2018 CAC Games in Barranquilla, Colombia, and several of our athletes
All roads lead to the Hasely Crawford Stadium tonight, for the final of the First Citizens Cup set for a 7pm kickoff.
Police Rugby Club made a strong start to the TT Rugby Football Union's (TTRFU) five-stage Women's Division Rugby Season
A fine batting display by Stacy-Ann King was not enough to help her team, Trident Sports Phoenix, avoid defeat against
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