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Friday, February 27, 2015

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  • Sabotage not ruled out in water contamination

    Was it an accident, negligence or a deliberate act? More

  • Brasso seco victims funeral

    It was a story that grabbed the headlines for all the wrong reasons. More

  • Ganja reform in t&t

    Washington has become the latest us state to change its stance on cannabis. More

  • Deplorable conditions at laventille school

    It may be a classic case of who's guarding the guards. More

  • Customs talks in caricom

    A drastic overhaul of customs regulations region-wide is in the works. More

  • Trouble with pm’s flight

    When the 26th inter-sessional meeting of caricom heads of government conference began on thursday morning at the melia hotel, in nassau, bahamas prime minister kamla persad-bissessar was not there. More

  • Introducing tobago’s top cop

    Within three months, tobago has rotated a three assistant commissioners of police and, today, the third such officer paid a courtesy call on tha chief secretary orville london. More

  • Scotland vs afghanistan wc

    Afghanistan created history by winning their first ever match at the cricket world cup defeating scotland in a last over thriller. More

  • Sri lanka vs bangladesh wc

    There was no upset in the other contest. Sri lanka easily out-powered bangladesh to pick up their second win. More

  • Thrown to the curb part 3

    After discussing the lack of pro-disability legislature last evening, tv6's joshua seemungal returns to the wheelchair, this time for a longer, more in-depth trip through port-of-spain. More

  • Tt venezuela analysed

    A leading scholar on regional energy development asks why the leaders of venezuela and trinidad and tobago ignored the elephant in the room: the loran manatee gas field. More

  • Teen killed in excavator accident, mom speaks

    The mother of the teenage boy killed in a freak accident in barrackpore yesterday is trying to come to terms her son's death. More

  • Fire victim needs help

    A laventille family loses their home to a fire after electrical surges in the area. More

  • Tainted Water Leaves Central Schools Closed

    WASA is yet to determine what contaminated its water supply at the Caroni Water Treatment Plant. Thousands of people across the country are affected. More

  • Police Officers Suing the State

    Six police officers and a child who were detained by Coast Guards on January 30th, are now intent on suing the State for damages. A pre-action protocol letter was sent to the Attorney General's Office claiming that the men were wrongfully arrested and falsely imprisoned. More

  • Small Amounts of Weed Decriminalised in Jamaica

    On Tuesday there were two major developments in the ongoing press by advocacy groups to have marijuana decriminalised. More

  • Islamic Fronts Warn of Political Consequences

    The Islamic Front issues an ultimatum to the Government. Its leader is demanding that the release of the five More

  • Pro League Wrap

    Central FC came away with a valuable 1-0 win over Point Fortin Civic. Willis Plaza scored the match winner in the 45th minute to remain top. San Juan Jabloteh took care of Defence Force 2-1 at the Ato Boldon Stadium, also at the Ato Boldon W connection and Caledonia played to a 1-1 draw More

  • Arsenal v Monaca

    Things just got a little more difficult for Atletico Madrid and Arsenal today both teams losing their first leg tie in the round of 16. Atletico went down 1-0 on the road to Bayer Leverkusen and Arsenal were left bruised losing 3-1 at home to Monaco. More

  • Gamechangers, Rio Claro

    Special education is still in its infancy here in Trinidad and Tobago. More

  • Thrown to the Curb, pt. 2

    Yesterday, in the first part of "Thrown to the Curb", our reporter, Joshua, took a brief trip in a wheelchair, under the guidance of disability rights advocate, Sharda Ramlakhan. More

  • Protective services protest

    Despite a show of good faith...by coming out to work for carnival . Police officers say they've been shafted by the chief personnel officer. The police, fire and prisons officers joined in a picket demonstration outside the cpo's office during negotiations hoping for, but failing to get a positive outcome. More

  • Maduro meets with the PM

    A historic visit to trinidad & tobago by venezuela's head of state today that has led to progress in several areas of mutual interest including oil and gas exploration and a debt owed to the this nation's airline. More

  • Adoption bill in the senate

    Back to some senate news. All speakers in today's debate noted their approval of the adoption of children amendment bill .they however had few tweaks, most of them having to deal with societal considerations. More

  • Carmona greets maduro

    Venezuelan president, nicolas maduro paid a courtesy call on president anthony carmona at his port-of-spain office. More

  • Warner on Nicole

    Independent Liberal Party leader Jack Warner has been singing the praises of Nicole Dyer-Griffith following her resignation as chairman and member of the Congress of the People. More

  • Latest overnight murders

    A drive by shooting on st. Paul street in laventille, a murder on church street extension, laventille and the discovery of a body on the churchill roosevelt highway. More

  • Vehicle transfer nightmare in tobago

    Efforts to transfer a vehicle from trinidad to tobago has now turned into a nightmare for one foreigner, and her returning resident husband. Fatima neptune is vowing to encourage foreigners not to come to this country, as her dreams of paradise, have now turned into a life of pain and suffering. More

  • Protesters against Maduro

    While their president paid diplomatic courtesies to the head of state. More

  • West indies beat zimbabwe

    As chris gayle banged his way back to form against poor zimbabwe slamming a record breaking 215. More

  • Champions league

    The uefa champions league round of 16 continued this evening with first leg action. More

  • Thrown to the curb part 1

    Getting to work or class, going shopping or socializing simple enough tasks, right? More

  • Health watch

    When the blind lead the blind, things are bound to take a turn for the worse. But when the blind lead the sighted? More

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