Tuesday April 15 View All →

MATT condemns AG’s media attack

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By   2 hours ago

The Media Association of Trinidad and Tobago (MATT) condemns in the strongest possible way Attorney General Anand Ramlogan’s continued attacks on members of the media. Mr Ramlogan has once again launched a virulent attack on a member of the media, Ms Anika Gumbs, suggesting she continues to “lick up the government” in the course of [...]

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THE SECOND PLANNING MEETING FOR THE STATE FUNERAL ARRANGEMENTS FOR THE LATE THE HONOURABLE A. N .R. ROBINSON

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By   5 hours ago

THE SECOND PLANNING MEETING FOR THE STATE FUNERAL ARRANGEMENTS FOR THE LATE THE HONOURABLE ARTHUR NAPOLEON RAYMOND ROBINSON, FORMER PRESIDENT AND FORMER PRIME MINISTER OF THE REPUBLIC OF TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO AND FORMER CHAIRMAN OF THE TOBAGO HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY. The second meeting of the Special Inter-Ministerial Planning Committee which was appointed to plan a [...]

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The Vindra Naipaul-Coolman murder trial back on track

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By   14 hours ago

Important note to all readers . The judge in the Vindra Naipaul-Coolman murder trial has asked the media to remove posts and comments on the trial from their websites. Justice Malcolm Holdip has directed all media houses to place a block on their social media blogs and social media commentaries in relation to the trial.  A [...]

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MH370: After aborted underwater search, crews hope to try again

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By   14 hours ago

(CNN) – Time to try this again. The first deployment of an underwater vehicle to hunt for Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 was aborted early, sending the drone back to the surface before expected. The Bluefin-21 vehicle was supposed to take 2 hours to get to its designated depth Monday, spend 16 hours searching, and 2 hours [...]

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Flying Squad Investigation…Funnies:)

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By   14 hours ago

See more doodles by Tristan Edwards on our Daily Doodle page.

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Monday April 14 View All →

Silas Mack to stand trial for killing 19 – year old Gail

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By   23 hours ago

Silas Mack, 34, has been committed to stand trial for the killing of 19-year-old Gail Durity sometime between May 31 and June 2, 2008. Mack was committed to stand trial by senior magistrate ejenny espinet in the sangre grande magistrates court. The teenager’s body was found in a Manzanilla coconut plantation after she left her [...]

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DPP has lost against Panday in corruption case

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By   23 hours ago

The Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) Roger Gaspard has lost his bid to reopen the corruption case of former prime minister Basdeo Panday, who was accused of failing to declare his United Kingdom bank account to the Integrity Commission.Gaspard, through a judicial review application filed before High Court Judge James Aboud, was attempting to overturn an [...]

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New therapy for advanced prostate cancer available in Trinidad and Tobago

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By   2 days ago

Rishi Maharaj, Janssen Caribbean Area Manager; Joan Craig, Janssen Country Manager South Caribbean; Dr Krishan Ramsoobhag, Urologist and Oncologist Trinidad and Tobago; and Dr David Muschett, Oncology Medical Manager from Janssen. (PRNewsFoto/Janssen) The Chemistry, Food and Drugs Division of the Trinidad Tobago Ministry of Health approved the introduction of Abiraterone Acetate to the country, the [...]

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City of Women Centers for Trinidad and Tobago

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By   2 days ago

Caption: Minister of Gender, Youth and Child Development, the Honourable Clifton DeCoteau. ( This country is expected to soon adopt a project, aimed at improving the living conditions of women by facilitating essential services offered or coordinated by comprehensive Health Care Centers. To be patterned after the El Salvadorian–Centros Ciudad Mujer, City of Women Centers– these [...]

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New ferry for Trinidad and Tobago

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 An additional inter-island ferry will soon be available for passengers to travel back and forth between the sister isles of Trinidad and Tobago. The government is expected to invest at least $48 million annually to provide this newest service on board the MV Super-Fast Galicia. The service is expected to be a hefty $10 million [...]

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Sunday April 13 View All →

Football Fraternity Remembers Robinson

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(TTFA) — The Trinidad and Tobago Football Association on behalf of the local football fraternity offers its condolences to the family of now deceased former President of the Republic, Arthur Napoleon Raymond Robinson. TTFA President Raymond Tim Kee and former national captain Dwight Yorke both expressed sympathy on the passing of Trinidad and Tobago’s third [...]

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Pope Francis asks forgiveness for priests who sexually abused children

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By   3 days ago

(CNN) – Pope Francis made his strongest condemnation yet of sexual abuse by Catholic clergy on Friday, asking for forgiveness and pledging to impose penalties on “men of the church” who harm children. “I feel compelled to personally take on all the evil which some priests — quite a few in number, obviously not compared to [...]

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