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TT’S four-member Fed Cup women’s tennis team enjoyed a nearly perfect start to Pool B action in the Americas Zone Group II at the Tennis Club Las Terrazas Miraflores, in Lima, Peru, yesterday, as they recorded a 3-0 victory over Barbados. The result lifted TT at the top of the group...
THE national Under-15 cricket team made it four wins in a row when round four matches were contested in the Cricket West Indies Regional Under-15 50-over tournament in Antigua, yesterday. Batting first, TT were dismissed for 231 in 47.5 overs with Kavir Boodoosingh top scoring with 59 and Romario...
ON the heels of her story The Sweet Sop winning the 2017 Commonwealth Short Story Prize and the 2018 BBC National Short Story Award, Trinidad-born writer Ingrid Persaud has sold her new novel to not one but two major international publishers. The new work is Love After Love, “a story of love in...
GOATS thundering along the tracks with jockeys sprinting after them will be the star attraction at the annual goat races at the Carnbee/Mt Pleasant Easter Monday Sports and Family Day at the Mt Pleasant recreation grounds. There will also be an Easter bonnet parade featuring babes-in-arms up to...
TT remained unbeaten in the Cricket West Indies TT Women’s Cricket Association T20 Tournament with two more comfortable victories, yesterday. At the National Cricket Centre in Couva TT defeated Canada by 37 runs in its first match of the day. TT got multiple contributions with the bat as...
OFFICIALS from Fifa and Concacaf yesterday called a meeting with the TT Football Association (TTFA) board of directors, asking them for a solution to deal with the association’s debt crisis. Only two board members were absent for the meeting with Fifa and Concacaf representatives. The...
THE PRIME Minister says there is no room in TT for divisive language. He made the comment in his Easter message yesterday. “We live in one of the most successful, multi-ethnic and multicultural societies in the world. We must guard this harmony zealously. There is no room in our country for...
Finance Minister Colm Imbert continued his staunch defence of the country’s exchange rate, insisting that, since the dollar was floated in 1993, TT is in a better position regarding reserves. Citing the Central Bank’s records, Imbert told reporters during a press conference at the ministry...
GOVERNMENT expects that by the end of the year, the Pointe-a-Pierre refinery will either be sold or leased to an acceptable operator. Speaking to reporters at a press conference at the Ministry of Finance yesterday, Finance Minister Colm Imbert said there had been 70 expressions of interest in...
ATTORNEYS for Maha Sabha leader Satnaryan Maharaj and Radio and TV Jaagriti yesterday fired off a pre-action protocol letter to the Telecommunications Authority (TATT) accusing the authority of abusing its power. The television station has also denied broadcasting any content which was “divisive,...

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