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TT won the Cricket West Indies Regional Under-15 50-over tournament, despite losing by seven wickets to Guyana in the final round in Antigua, yesterday. The title was decided by the narrowest of margins – TT fast bowlers took one more wicket than their Guyanese counterparts. Both teams ended...
NATIONAL tennis quartet Anneliese Rose, Anya King, Breana Stampfli and Yolande Leacock completed their campaign at the Fed Cup Americas Group II Zone A challenge in fourth place, after losing 2-0 to Bolivia. Rose was beaten 6-2, 6-3 by Gabriela Cortez Florez in the first singles encounter, before...
TT escaped with a nine-run win over Guyana yesterday to advance to the final of the Cricket West Indies TT Women's Cricket Association Under-19 T20 competition at Gilbert Park in Couva. In the other semifinal, Windward Islands defeated Barbados by 26 runs to book their place in today's final at...
JAYDEN SCOTT earned TT’s first, and lone medal (up to press time last evening), on the opening day of the Carifta Track and Field Championships, at the Truman Bodden Sports Complex, George Town, Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands yesterday. The 16-year-old, competing in the men’s Under-17...
JADA CHATOOR won the first gold medal for TT at the Carifta Swimming Championship yesterday evening at the Barbados Aquatic Centre, Wildey, Barbados. Chatoor grabbed the precious metal in the girls 15-17 800m freestyle, touching the wall in nine minutes, 19.21 seconds. Placing second was Cayman...
Jaagriti intends to take the TT Police Service (TTPS) and the Telecommunications Authority of TT (TATT) to court. The media house has already compiled statements from eyewitnesses, video footage, and photographs to its attorneys and they are reviewing the evidence. In a release yesterday, TV...
A Roman Catholic priest has urged his parishioners to pray for an end to violence, not only in TT but throughout the world. Fr Leslie Tang Kai, delivering the sermon at St Joseph RC Church, Scarborough, Tobago, on Good Friday, lamented violence had become a way of life. He alluded to the recent...
TWO attacks last week point to the possibility of a disturbing trend which finds thieves tackling soft targets in the tourism, and local travel industries. In one incident, a man was awakened at a Chaguaramas camp site by a blow to the head and robbed of the vehicle he was sleeping in. In another,...
Amidst all the terrible news of the last week, the incredible image of a black hole in space was a heart-warmer. The feat of being able to do the work required to actually produce that image represents one of the most exciting developments in human achievement. One need not be a scientist or even...
THE EDITOR: With regard to the building of new roads, this is something Trinidad needs. We need to also upgrade our existing roads to different parts of the country seem far away to the driving public. It is not so much the distance but the poor state of our roads that makes the journey seem so far...

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