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Saturday, July 26, 2014

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  • Findings of the LifeSport Programme

    It was touted by the government and in particular Sport Minister Anil Roberts as a lifeline for the little black boys but after three years Lifesport bites the dust. More

  • PM Lays LifeSport Audit Report in Parliament

    Those serious allegations led the prime minister to terminate LifeSport . More

  • Jack Responds to LifeSport Audit

    The fallout from the LifeSport programmed, ironically, it was a man who took fire over corruption allegations in the Parliament, who rose to move a motion to censure the Minister of Sport in connection with the findings in the LifeSport Programme. More

  • Rajaee Ali the Victim

    Forlorn, barely raising his head or voice, Rajaee Ali faced the media after his extended trip to the cells of the Arouca Police Station. More

  • Abu Bakr Explains Threat

    The law, some say, can be a matter of interpretation. More

  • Enterprise Resident Want Community Centre

    Some residents of Enterprise, Chaguanas, are threatening protest over an incomplete community centre, which has become an eyesore . The villagers are crying neglect by the government, that they say has only given them excuses and empty promises. More

  • World Juniors Day 4

    Machel Cedenio who brought home T&T's first medal from this edition of the IAAF World Junior Championships. More

  • Common Wealth Games Day 2

    Not much improvement’s for T&T's athletes on day two of the Commonwealth Games in Scotland. More

  • Red Steel Beat Amazon Warriors

    Late game heroics by Darren Bravo won the game for the T&T Red Steel against the Guyana Amazon Warriors yesterday. More

  • Altruistic Cup Launch

    Saving Lives is easy as ABC. More

  • Powder Magazine Residents Concerns

    Rumors of plans to restructure Powder Magazine phase 2, Cocorite are gushing through the community upsetting residents who say, they are not receiving any form of communication from the authorities, namely the Housing Development Corporation and the Highway Division of the Ministry of Works. Last evening residents held a meeting, inviting their Councilor Roxanne Long, and their Member of Parliament for the area Dr. Amery Brown, in what they called the peaceful stage of a protest which they plan to intensify if the matter isn't treated with accordingly. More

  • OMG Entertainment

    Yippy Kii yay...its Friday once again!!! And you know what that means - OMG.' More

  • Tridents beat Zouks

    Dwayne Smith smashed 110 not out off 69 balls as Barbados Tridents beat the St. Lucia Zouks by 29 runs in Bridgetown. More

  • Bakr Not a Threat

    They're entitled to protest! More

  • Muslims Gather outside Police Station

    About 36 hours after the arrest of Rajaee Ali and 17 other members of the Carapo mosque for questioning into kidnapping and gang related offences, a group of people headed by the son of Jamaat-Al-Muslimeen leader Yasin Abu Bakr, Fuad Abu Bakr gathered outside the La Horquetta police station last night to voice their disapproval over the arrests. More

  • Nagessar On Jamaat

    A former Major in the Trinidad and Tobago regiment says the only way to reduce the power wielded by criminal elements is to hit them where it hurts their pockets. More

  • No Silly Post Cab Question

    No squabbling and no silly questions will be tolerated from ministers and journalists respectively. More

  • Mystar on Muslim Raid

    The Police Service has revealed that among the arrested members of the Carapo Mosque there are persons suspected of kidnapping. More

  • Common Wealth Games Day 2

    Well Day one did not go exactly as planned for T&T's athletes in Glasgow Scotland. More

  • Tobago Masjid Leaders Reacts to Arrest

    Director of the Masjid Al Tawbah in Tobago, Kameal Ali, is calling on citizens not to view Muslims as bad apples. In an interview today with TV6 News, Mr. Ali called on members of the national community to be careful when making statements that can be termed as sensitive. More

  • Top Cop gets Extension

    The Top Cop gets a "good" rating from the Police Service commission. More

  • Carnival Launch 2015

    The National Carnival Commission is hoping to avoid the customary bacchanal that accompanies Carnival when the festival rolls around in 2015. More

  • St Louis disappointed

    Trinidad and Tobago’s men’s table tennis team lost 3-0 to England and 3-1 against Barbados at the Commonwealth Games here in Glasgow, Scotland, on Thursday. More

  • Chung: Bitter/sweet day for T&T

    There were mixed results for Trinidad and Tobago’s women’s table tennis team at the Commonwealth Games here in Glasgow, Scotland, on Thursday. More

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