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On Wednesday at the ASJA College in San Fernando the United National Congress held one of campaign meetings.
There Opposition Leader Kamla Persad Bissessar addressed the issue of crime.

A 46 year old man was charged with 16 counts of obtaining credit by fraudulent use of cards. 

With the local government elections getting into gear the United National Congress (UNC) has written a letter to the Elections and Boundaries Commission asking officials to retract a publication made in a daily newspaper.

Meanwhile, the East Zone Inter-Col final is set, featuring holders St Augustine and their biggest rivals from san juan north.

St Mary's College are out and its Trinity College Moka moving on to the north zone final of the Coca Cola Intercol Final.

Prime Minister Dr. Keith Rowley says this country spends the most on sport in the region, more than Jamaica, Barbados and the Bahamas, but we are not spending that money wisely.

Wednesday, 16 November 2016 22:39

Caribbean Airlines Must Give Tobago Priority

Head of the Tobago Chamber of Commerce, Demi John Cruickshank, has echoed the call of THA Chief Secretary to Caribbean Airlines to make Trinidad and Tobago its number one priority.

The community of Laventille has always produced great citizens, one of whom grew up to become this country's Prime Minister, Dr. Keith Rowley.

Tobago businesses are reporting losses of some $75 million following aborted ferry sailings.

Rogue elements in the Trinidad and Tobago Police Service will not be tolerated.

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"Ready for the challenge ahead" that is the message from national footballers Khaleem Hyland and Reon Moore as they
The Senior Men's National Football team on Saturday were hard at work at the Larry Gomes Stadium as they prepare for
A six team seven-a-side football tournament was held today at the Tacarigua Indoor Facility, featuring pupils from
The Southern Games is back after an initial cancellation. Guaracara Park in the heart of the Pointe-a-Pierre
A bad day for champion club, Queen's Park, as they lost both premier division matches to Comets and Merryboys
Thursday marked Day One of the 111th edition of the Trinidad and Tobago Open at the St. Andrews Golf Course in Moka.
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