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Buju Banton's criminal record does not give him legal access to Trinidad and Tobago because of this country's immigration laws.

Cabinet has agreed to open a two-week registration for Venezuelans in Trinidad and Tobago, to allow then an initial stay of six months in which they can also work in Trinidad and Tobago.

Chairman of the People's National Movement (PNM) Tobago Council Stanford Callender is distancing the party from the actions of a youth activist's accused of sexting a 15-year-old boy.

Chaguanas vendors will have to move.

The association representing the vendors has lost its application for judicial review in the High Court.

Workers have been evacuated from NP's Sea Lots facility.

A Guardian Media team is at the site this morning and has been told that a fire broke out at a company located behind NP.

On Wednes­day night a ju­ry in­dict­ed 28-year-old Trinida­di­an Ron­dell Hen­ry, who was ar­rest­ed af­ter he al­leged­ly plot­ted a ter­ror­ist at­tack and stole a U-Haul at Na­tion­al Har­bour...

Thursday, April 11, 2019 - 11:45

The State is sad­dled with $345 mil­lion in claims for prop­er­ties that were ac­quired to make way for the con­struc­tion of the Solomon Ho­choy High­way Ex­ten­sion to Point Fortin.

Thursday, April 11, 2019 - 11:45

The Na­tion­al Car­ni­val Com­mis­sion (NCC) has racked up a debt of $78 mil­lion in the last two years.

The Hous­ing De­vel­op­ment Cor­po­ra­tion (HDC) fired six pro­cure­ment and con­tract as­sis­tants in or­der to “out­source” their jobs to a sin­gle yet un­named con­sul­tant.

Thursday, April 11, 2019 - 11:45

Supreme Court Judges are en­ti­tled to ap­ply for sab­bat­i­cal leave as part of the terms and con­di­tions of their jobs.

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