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The Opposition is calling on the prime minister to explain the reported extension of the Cabo Star contract.

The vessel which is currently the only one servicing the sea-bridge to Tobago at...

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TV6 and the Express Newspapers are being warned of possible shutdowns following the termination of dozens of workers.

The company hinted at the action last week after a dip in profits....

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LGBT in T&T - Abuse and discrimination

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And over in Tobago, the top student title goes to Shenice Stanislaus of the St. Andrew's Anglican school.

Our cameras caught up with the action. Here's more.

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While Marlene McDonald has been reappointed as a minister of government, the police service says it is still investigating claims of fraud and misconduct against her.

But at least one...

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The Galleons Passage is on course and on scheduled, but the Transport Minister says there is no need to be concerned if there are any delays.

Cameraman Ivan Toolsie and reporter Jannelle...

Revelry and pageantry as the reign of the merry monarch entered day two.

But while many looked on at the splendour of carnival Tuesday, others ventured south to get a glimpse of a natural...

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Watson Duke promised to swim from Tobago to Trinidad by all means necessary.

But on social media, it was by all memes necessary. Watson Duke's swim trended on social media today.

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As government moves to deal with terrorist activity in this country, Muslim groups say the bill targets Muslims in this country and are questioning why non-Muslim terrorist organisations are...

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The 2018 Carnival route will get a major facelift before masqueraders and trucks hit the road on Carnival Monday and Tuesday.

Works and Transport Minister Rohan Sinanan along with the...

Just over 24 hours after his reassignment, Darryl Smith is fired.

Just yesterday, there was outrage over the prime minister's decision to move him to the Housing Ministry as a junior...

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Marijuana laws in the country may change as the joint select committee of parliament today looked into benefits of non-traditional medicines in treating non-communicable diseases.

While...

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