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His interview on social media platform facebook would have won over your heart, a 15-year-old preaching about the importance of hard work to make an honest dollar.

At a time when school...

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Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley is defending his government's reduction in...

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For a 29th time, the rotary games took place giving some of the youngest, most promising athletes a chance to develop and compete.

West 'b' returned and retained their title with some style...

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PSA President Watson Duke says the chief personnel officer has withdrawn the zero per cent wage increase on the table.

Speaking to members of the media today, president duke says this is a...

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Many persons remain in the dark as to whether their employers are paying the correct contributions to the national insurance board.

Today before a parliamentary committee, officials of the...

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A family mourns the loss of a father and son.

Ivan Toolsie and Jannelle Bernard have more on the latest road fatality.

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The government is dipping into the piggy bank again.\

With a worrying report about the economy from the central bank, the government says it is drawing down almost two billion dollars from...

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A Palo Seco woman blew out triple digits on her birthday cake on Monday.

Lilla Roberts celebrated the milestone achievement surrounded by friends and loved ones,...

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Meanwhile, the Medical Association of Trinidad and Tobago is breaking its silence on the contentious issue of the employment of local doctors in public hospitals. 

In a statement today, the...

The Minister of National Security confirms that the officer captured on video in an alleged corrupt transaction is, in fact, a member of the Police Service.

And despite skepticism that the...

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PSA president Watson Duke says diplomacy is over and it's now to become hostile.

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A former Minister in the Ministry of Finance says the government must rid itself from enterprises he described as wards of the state if it is serious about turning around the economy.

Jesse...

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