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Friday, August 22, 2014

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  • Belmont Chikungunya

    Chikungunya is coming to town. Literally. More than a dozen cases are reported on the outskirts of the city...and several suspected cases are cropping up. More

  • Rats Invade Maracas Lifeguard’s Building

    A rat infestation... leaking buildings... equipment shortage --- Some of the many problems plaguing Maracas Bay. More

  • Chemistry, Food and Drugs Div.

    What if some of the medicinal drugs and food you have been consuming in the last few months have not been properly tested? More

  • Sewer Leak in Tunapuna

    With concerns of insect-spread diseases and rashes, a Tunapuna household is now crying out for help after their backyard has now turned into an unwelcome swamp. More

  • PM to lead off Senate Debate

    Room for compromise....but not on what the Government specifically wants. More

  • Hoop of Life Defends its Name

    Allegations of criminal activity and the findings of the audit into the Life Sport programme which revealed mismanagement of millions of taxpayer dollars...are having a ripple effect on other government sporting programmes. More

  • YOGI Day Five

    Another day, another medal. More

  • TT Women Hammer St. Kitts

    What a start for Trinidad and Tobago at the Caribbean Women's Cup last night. More

  • Karate Camp

    To some martial arts... More

  • Sellier on MTB 3505

    To some mountain biking... More

  • JTUM SOE Protest

    For the third year in a row, the joint trade union movement protested on the steps of the Hall of Justice More

  • TTUTA Budget Wishlist

    With Budget time approaching the Trinidad and Tobago Unified Teachers association President Devanand Sinanan says the Primary and Secondary sectors need more money. More

  • Police Killings

    More questions than answers, after three men are killed in a reported shoot-out with police. One of them a murder suspect. More

  • David West on Emailgate

    Former interim head of the FINANCIAL Intelligence Unit - David West, points to apparent fundamental flaws in the Integrity Commission's request to Google as part of the e-mailgate probe.. More

  • Ebola Preperation

    The Health Minister tells public sector medical personnel: be willing to care for possible Ebola patients, or quit your job. More

  • River Problems

    A little village in south Trinidad is preparing for the worst. The problem --- a river. More

  • Contractors Owed FUNDS

    It's been a year since contractors completed a series of contracts in the Chaguanas West constituency, yet the majority of them have not seen a single cent for their endeavour. More

  • West Indies vs Bangladesh

    Kieron Pollard played a man-of-the-match innings to help the West Indies win the opening ODI against Bangladesh in Grenada by three wickets. More

  • YOG Day Four

    A bronze medal for Trinidad and Tobago at the Youth Olympic Games in Nanjing China. Swimmer Dylan Carter made good on his talent and secured a medal in the 50m freestyle, and will be in contention for another tomorrow, Hurdler Jeminese Parris A also made a final. Here's a wrap of day 4. More

  • CFU Cup Women’s Football

    Trinidad & Tobago just kicked off their campaign in the Women's Caribbean Cup as they face off against St. Kitts and Nevis at the Hasely Crawford Stadium. More

  • Mountain Bike Launch

    Participants can expect a challenging course as the National Championships are on this Sunday in Chaguaramas. More

  • 400 LB Woman needs help

    A heartbreaking story tonight.. A four hundred pound woman who suffers from a rare condition living in squalor in Valencia. More

  • Independent Senator warns of another Section 34

    From Section 34 to Section 43. More

  • MSJ on EmailGate

    The movement for social Justice is praising the Integrity Commission for taking what it says are the right steps to finally crack the emailgate case. More

  • Point Residents need help

    No water, No lights, no vote. More

  • UNC Public Meeting

    Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar declares that the controversial run-off provision of the Constitution Amendment Bill 2014 will not allow Indians to take over the country. More

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