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Education Minister Anthony Garcia is seeking to assure the population that the Student Support Services Division (SSSD) of the Ministry remains highly operational and its Special Education staff,...

Anthony Beaubrun, one of the pioneers of Trinidad and Tobago energy sector, has died.

President Paula-Mae Weekes has called on law-abiding Muslims to remain steadfast in their faith despite the attack on their religion by criminals who call themselves Muslims.

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The Ministry of Foreign and Caricom Affairs is seeking to clear the air on a substantial refurbishment recently effected to the Official Residence of the Permanent Representative of Trinidad and...

Thousands of dead fishes are continuing to wash ashore on the beaches of La Brea, prompting speculation that the fishes are being dumped as a ploy to bring down fish sales.

The fatal shooting of 33-year-old businessman Quincy Gill was caught on camera.

A Trincity man is expected to appear before an Arima Magistrate on Monday 18th June, 2018, charged with possession of a firearm and ammunition.

Waheeda Ganesh broke down in tears, shaking and wailing loudly, as the body of her only child- murdered teenager Eric Ganesh was brought up the street in St Charles to the surprisingly sombre...

Port-of-Spain East Member of Parliament Marlene McDonald has been rushed to hospital to undergo medical tests.

National Security Minister, Edmund Dillon is promising an increase in police and military presence in East Port-of-Spain to address the gang violence in the area.