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THE TT men’s table tennis team got off to an impressive start, winning their first two series at the 60th Caribbean Region Table Tennis Federation Senior Championship in Kingston, Jamaica, yesterday. The TT men eased past Puerto Rico 3-0 with the TT players all recording fairly comfortable...
TRADE and Industry Minister Paula Gopee-Scoon said San Fernando now has “some of the best retail spaces in the country.” She expressed this opinion at the formal opening of Unicomer (Trinidad) Limited’s 100th location at South Park Mall, San Fernando last week. She praised the...
THE Water and Sewerage Authority (WASA) says it was not to blame for a recurring sewer problem at the home of a Pleasantville pensioner. But to “prevent a public health situation”, WASA has rectified the issue. “The authority was not responsible for the problem that occurred at...
HOURS after workers of KFC in Siparia completed duties, two people broke into the outlet early yesterday and stole $6,000 from cash registers. Police said that at 1.30 am, a supervisor of Rancho Quemado secured the building and went away. Between 3 am to 3.30 am, two men burst a wall, entered the...
MOVEMENT for Social Justice (MSJ) political leader David Abdulah is predicting a devaluation of the TT dollar over the next two years as foreign exchange reserves will dwindle due to the impending closure of the Pointe-a-Pierre oil refinery. Addressing a media briefing at the party’s St...
SIPARIA Regional Corporation chairman Dr Glenn Ramadharsingh says reports of animals being smuggled from Venezuela must be investigated immediately. Recently, there were reports of cattle, a donkey and a horse roaming freely through Cedros. Ramadharsingh said he learnt about this last week when...
A 36-YEAR-OLD police corporal assigned to the police band is believed to have committed suicide early yesterday by using a bag strap to hang himself from the rafters in the bathroom of the band room in Port of Spain. Cpl Ian Hamilton who had close to 15 years’ service, was found in a kneeling...
TROPICAL Storm Kirk is now directly east of Trinidad and Tobago, heading westwards, prompting government yesterday to say it is closing monitoring Kirk’s approach. A TT Met Office source told Newsday, “It is 1,500 kilometres east of us. It will take three says to reach the island chain...
OH what a night, what a night, what a Saturday night! It was when five of the top steelbands showed why they have collectively won 42 panorama titles in the 55-year-old competition. But Saturday was not about competition, it was more about giving patrons a great pan show and that is exactly...
THREE years after the September 7, 2015 general election, the majority of the population is disappointed with the performance of both the ruling People’s National Movement (PNM) and the Opposition United National Congress (UNC). These are the findings of a North American Caribbean Teachers...

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