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Tuesday, September 16, 2014

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    There's more in the mortar than the pestle... is what the Opposition P-N-M has alleged in Government's controversial call out of arm reserves. More


    The government is questioning why the Opposition People's National Movement is so bent on implementing the Rapid Rail plan, which it says, was rejected by the people previously. ;;;;;;;;;The People's Partnership feels there is "something more than meets the eye." More


    More than 5,000 body bags have been ordered by the Government, claimed the Chaguanas West MP in the Parliament today... and he is wondering why? More


    West Indies continued their domination of Bangladesh after three days of the 2nd and final Test in St. Lucia today. More


    A night of honour and a call to support. More


    Public opinion about Laventille remains divided. More


    The way forward for Tobago's self-government will not be easy , this from THA Chief Secretary Orville London. While he wished not to pre-empt the government into giving Tobago what it wants, he insisted, a decision will have to be made. More

  • Why is the VDF Out?

    With no imminent threat to the state, riots or emergency, the Defence Force Reserves have been given the assembly call by the Commander in Chief, the President of the Republic. And the Opposition Leader Dr Keith Rowley is questioning why the Head-of-State has made such a decision. In a written statement late last evening, he said both the President and Prime Minister have some explaining to do. More

  • Shiraz Khan on Budget

    President of the Sheep and Goats Farmers' Association, Shiraz Khan, says the government is not serious about the Agriculture Sector. Mr. Khan says this was evident in this year's budget allocation for the Agriculture Sector. More

  • Rowley Praises Manning

    Despite a tumultuous few years between the PNM's Patrick Manning and Dr. Keith Rowley, it looks like water under the bridge. The current opposition leader heaped praises on his mentor at a ceremony at the San Fernando East constituency last night. More

  • Face of T&T

    Twenty-six-year-old Amanda Chedu is the new Face of T&T! Chedu copped the title during last evening's finals at the Hyatt Regency Trinidad. More

  • Youth Club Peace Walk

    Acting Commissioner of Police, Stephen Williams, says he is committed to supporting police youth-clubs across the country. This as he joined members of the Laventille Road Police Youth-Club for their annual Peace Walk. More

  • Day 2- WI vs Bangladesh

    Fourteen wickets fell on Day Two of the second test between West Indies and Bangladesh. The Windies however hold the advantage after making 380 and then restricting the visitors to 104 for seven at the close of play. They trail West Indies by 276 RUNS. Kemar Roach was the star of the day, taking five wickets in St. Kitts. More

  • SSFL

    St. Anthony's College took care of Arima North yesterday to maintain their unbeaten record in the Premier Division of the SSFL. They defeated the hosts 2-1 at the Arima Grounds. St Anthony's lead the table on 12 points ahead of St Mary's College who are second on 10 points More

  • Down Syndrome Workshop

    The Down Syndrome Family Network is calling for more to be done to help people with the condition, as WELL as those with other impairments to have an equal place in society. They held a symposium on Saturday to raise awareness about those with Down Syndrome. More

  • Ramadhar Talks Budget

    Political Leader of the Congress of the People, Prakash Ramadhar, is slamming statements floating around in both the political and public domain that the "Baby Care Grant" will do more harm than good to the country. Mr. Ramadhar says, the first year of a child's life is critical to its development and believes that the grant will at least assist in underprivileged areas where he says, babies are susceptible to illnesses like malnutrition. More

  • Gary vs Colm

    National Security Minister, Gary Griffith says Opposition MP, Colm Imbert has no regard for the safety of the country's protective services. He's defending the government's move to purchase armoured personnel carriers which MP Imbert has criticized. The Minister says Mr. Imbert does not understand the security threats that the country currently faces. More

  • Ministry of National Security on School Violence

    The National Security Ministry is collaborating with the Ministry of Education to tackle the issue of security in our schools. More

  • Doctors Lose Patience

    The patience of doctors in the public health system is undergoing a vigorous test. Their cause is gaining strength on petition website They want the Prime Minister and the Health Minister to "shed light" on the state of their salary negotiations outstanding since 2008. More

  • Back Inside the Intellectual Property Office

    Last night we gave you a look into the Intellectual Property Office, which registers trademarks and patents. You may remember that it was our IP office which held the registration for APPLE's new Apple Watch. So how do you get to protect your intellectual property and compete with some of the biggest names in the game? We'll tell you now in this report. More

  • TT Beat Suriname

    Trinidad and Tobago's Under 20 footballers got the start they were looking for at the Caribbean Football Union U-20 Finals. The hosts came from behind to defeat Suriname 2-1 to the delight of the fans at the Hasely Crawford Stadium. More

  • West Indies In Command

    West Indies dominated day one of their 500th test match against Bangladesh in St. Lucia. Sent in to bat, West Indies closed the day on 246 for 3. Craig Braithwaite got among the runs again with 63. Meantime, Chris Gayle's replacement Leon Johnson top scored with 66. More

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