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Ed­u­ca­tion Min­is­ter An­tho­ny Gar­cia says 61 per cent of the stu­dents who wrote this year's CAPE ex­am­i­na­tions have re­ceived five or more pass­es.

A police sergeant with 31 years service is expected to appear before a Port of Spain magistrate today charged with threatening to kill his wife.

Thirty people have been detained by police on suspicion of gang-related activities and other charges following an early morning lockdown of the Las Cuevas bay area.

Former Public Administration minister Marlene Mc Donald has encountered another obstacle in securing her two million dollar bail.

The wa­ter sup­ply for the state-owned Ca­roni Vis­i­tor Cen­tre, lo­cat­ed at one of this coun­try’s largest tourist at­trac­tions the Ca­roni Bird Sanc­tu­ary, has been cut by the Wa­ter and Sew...

After spending two nights at the Port-of-Spain Prison, Edgar Zephyrine who was jointly charged with former Public Administration Minister Marlene Mc Donald and three others was able to secure his...

The gun of a police officer fired off as the patrol car he was in hit a speed bump, blowing off one of his toes on Tuesday.

Over 100 Caribbean and spe­cial­ly-in­vit­ed non-Caribbean writ­ers will present their work at an un­prece­dent­ed lit­er­ary bo­nan­za dur­ing Car­ifes­ta XIV, 16-25 Au­gust.

Two Trinida­di­an stu­dents have been award­ed the 2019 Ko­re­an Gov­ern­ment Schol­ar­ship to pur­sue Mas­ter’s De­grees in Ko­rea.

Nor­man Sab­ga, Chair­man of the Ansa McAL Group of Com­pa­nies is at­tribut­ing the Group’s re­sults for the first half of the fi­nan­cial year to its in­ter­nal op­er­a­tions and not the macro...