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Education Minister Anthony Garcia says there is further evidence of sabotage to infrastructure at some of the nation's schools.

Monday, April 16, 2018 - 13:30

An international report is claiming that Trinidad and Tobago loses an estimated $200 million dollars a year in tax revenues from international oil companies.

A Valencia man is set to appear before a Sangre Grande Magistrate today, charged with the kidnapping of a minor and assault against the victim’s mother.

The Office of Disaster Preparedness and Management (ODPM) is advising citizens, tourists and all marine interests to be vigilant and exercise caution when on the nation’s beaches and venturing out...

A man has been shot and killed in Cocorite.

Shortly after 9:30 pm on Sunday, residents along Harding Place heard several loud explosions.

Five foreign nationals are expected to appear before a Siparia Magistrate today, charged with possession of a firearm and ammunition.

Acting Commissioner of Police Stephen Williams yesterday hinted about his early retirement at a function which celebrated his 39th year as a police officer.

The Archbishop of Port-of-Spain Jason Gordon says the Roman Catholic Church does not support homosexuality but “does not believe that buggery should be criminalised at this time.”

Members of the Syrian community in T&T are deeply hurt by the recent missile strike in Syria by the US and its allies —UK and France— because they believe innocents are bearing the brunt of...

Over the past four years, seven people have been killed and many more injured while crossing the Morne Coco Road and Four Roads intersection of the Diego Martin Highway.