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Afternoon News Headlines for Wednesday 31st January 2018.

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One soca artiste is defending her decision to sing her popular song to a group of students attached to the Aranguez Government Primary School.

However some members of the public believe the...

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Unpatriotic, reprehensible and childish.

That's how finance...

It's being called a landmark victory in the fight for equal rights.

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 For many Christmas...

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Author and radio presenter David Mohammed says gang warfare can be brought to an end by changing the conversation.

According to him, the current systems are failing and now it is time to...

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All year long meteorological offices across the world take time to deliver life-saving information to people in need, to educate and inform people with new weather preparedness updates.

And...

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After his six hour journey, THA minority leader, Watson Duke claims his swim protest was successful.

Duke arrived with his contingent at the toco fishing depot at 2 pm, where he planted a...

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Some citizens spent their day off today spreading the word of god in an effort to combat this country's high crime levels.

Some male members of The Lord's Army held a walkabout in...

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Local artiste Jessie McBarrow has launched a new song, "Light Up This World" dedicated to all women in T&T, as the world celebrates International Women's Day.

McBarrow told us that he...

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In defending his mid-year budget review, Finance Minister Colm Imbert criticises five economic commentators he accuses of being biased and ill-informed. 

As he wrapped up debate in the...

The Police Complaints Authority (PCA) has launched an independent investigation into the killing of 25-year-old Akel James, aka “Christmas”.

Reports indicate James was shot around 3.45 am...

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