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Six female students suspended after smoking video

Six female students of the Diego Martin North Secondary School have been suspended as police investigate a video of them smoking what appears to...

Broken main leads to water disruption in St Augustine

Parts of St Augustine are experiencing a water disruption because of a broken 12 inch transmission main off the Churchill Roosevelt Highway, in the...

New PDVSA Rule: Oil must be paid for, before leaving Venezuela

President of 'Petroleos de Venezuela' Manuel Quevedo says the  state-owned Venezuelan company will modify operations due to new US sanctions, which will affect its...

8am News Videocast – Jan 30th 2019

The 8am News with Pamela Ramcharan on Wednesday 30th January, 2019.

Public reminded to get COTT licenses

The Copyright Organization is reminding persons that they need to get a license to play music publicly. This reminder comes as Carnival 2019 is in...

Fire Service justifies move to shut doors at overcrowded fetes

The T&T Fire Service says it will continue to put the safety of the public first, following its decision to close the gates at...

Guyana records highest visitor arrivals to date

Guyana’s tourism has been boosted, as it recorded its highest number of arrivals in 2018, totaling over 286 thousand. This represents a 15.93 percent increase...

6PM News Videocast – Jan 29th 2019

The 6PM News with Sarah Chandoo - Tuesday January 29th 2019. https://www.facebook.com/103fmTrinidad/videos/2085191104850807/

Reports: Trini fishermen held for ransom by pirates

Five Trinidadian fishermen have been kidnapped by Spanish-speaking pirates who are demanding a ransom of US$200,000 for their safe return. Newsday reported that senior officers...

T&T falls one spot in global corruption rankings

T&T has dropped one place in the world rankings for the latest Corruption Perception Index released today by Transparency International. In 2018 were 78th in...