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Army defends Richplain soldiers

‘We’re here to serve, not brutalise people’

The T&T Regiment has come out in full defence of its soldiers, saying they were conducting lawful duty while searching for the killers of their murdered colleague Ancil Wallace...

 

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CWU goes it alone today...

Labour unity hits snag

The Communication Workers Union (CWU) will stand alone and apart from the unified platform being mounted by the Federation of Independent Trade Unions (Fitun) and the National Trade Union Centre (Natuc) in commemoration of Labour Day in Fyzabad today...

PNM takes seven years to protect T&T’s kids—Ramesh

The PNM Government could take mere months to buy a plane for the Prime Minister and build a house for him, yet the administration has taken seven years to present a bill to protect the nation’s children, UNC chief whip Ramesh Lawrence Maharaj said yesterday...

Browne invited to Tabaquite

“You know where Tabaquite is?”

UNC fails in bid to debate killing

The Opposition yesterday— unsuccessfully—called for debate on the slaying of army corporal Ancil Morris in Diego Martin last Sunday...

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Fitun knocks Govt’s bond issue

The Federation of Independent Trade Unions (Fitun) is disatisfied with Government’s plan to float a bond issue to absorb the liquidity expected to be created by the payment of some $7.5 million by the Royal Bank of Canada (RBC) for the purchase of shares in RBTT Financial Holdings...

Native American, steelband cultures unite

“The Navajo students have adopted this instrument (pan) as their own and so celebrate both their own culture with traditional Navajo music and other cultures by playing music such as reggae, calypso, and limbo.”

Coach Thompson bracing for backlash

HAMILTON—Bermuda’s coach Kenny Thompson is preparing his side for T&T’s backlash after his side stunned the Soca Warriors 2-1 in their first-leg Concacaf World Cup qualifier on Sunday evening in Trinidad...

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Can labour unite?

Steve Rogers, 36, (not his real name) has been a checker at a government ministry for 17 years...

Dancers give back to children

The La Chapelle Dance Co has thrilled audiences year after year with its children’s productions, exploring various dance styles and themes and sharing and developing their creative talents...

Defeat against Bermuda,

Major pain

Yes! I saw and felt the pain of defeat on Sunday night when we lost the opening match against Bermuda. Like most Trinis, the pain of defeat tends to have this eternally dreadful memory of failure...

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Scattered T-Storms Tonights Low: 25° 40%
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Scattered T-Storms High: 32° Low: 25° 30%
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