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Gary Griffith discusses the appointment of the Police Commissioner on The Morning Brew.

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Forty-two years ago, the republican constitution of T&T was enacted establishing several offices, like the president.

As chancellor of the order, one of the president's functions is to...

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Who authorised the AG's visit to camp Cumoto on October 31st, 2015?

Then Chief of defence staff Kenrick Maharaj says he didn't and today the attorney general insists he was invited.


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The equal opportunities commission has been asked to investigate the behaviour of a political leader online.

Acting on behalf of journalist Kejan Haynes, new city chambers calls on the EOC...

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There is a quote that says "nobody can hurt you without your permission."

And one former south-east Port of Spain student did not give the negative words said to him the authority to rule...

Simultaneous protests in Port-of-Spain, Trincity and Siparia today by Republic Bank workers.

The workers are complaining over stalled negotiations for salary increases, and their...

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Although more than half of the teachers did not turn up today, the education minister says he feels heartened.

Meanwhile, TTUTA is claiming police intimidation at some educational...

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PSA president Watson Duke is promising a major legal battle against the labour minister.

This after she filed an injunction preventing air traffic controllers from calling in sick.


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The health minister is confirming that the medical intern who allegedly posted a racist rant on social media, has been removed from active duty pending the outcome of an investigation.

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The Christmas season is upon us and the Salvation Army wants citizens to remember what this time of the year truly means.

On Friday the organisation launched its annual kettle appeal.

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All Souls' vs All Saints'

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The UNC political leader is calling on the prime minister and minister of health to disclose which government minister's wife is affiliated with a company receiving state contracts.