Baseball has not taken a firm play-hold in Trinidad and Tobago but in Cuba, neighbouring Venezuela, in some Latin American countries and in the USA, it is ever popular.
And with the sport’s popularity in the US, the rules of engagement are as strict as required.
One player who was lately found guilty […]
As long as they breach the law and commit slander, sue them.
These were the words of the Opposition Leader Dr. Keith Rowley evening.
He was speaking at a People’s National Movement’s Political Meeting at the Massy Car Park in St. Augustine.
Stating that he had no regrets that he entered the political arena, he […]
Captain Denesh Ramdin believes the experience of veteran left-hander Shivnarine Chanderpaul and of the team’s pacers will be critical if the West Indies are to seriously challenge England in the upcoming three-match Test series.
The Windies face their old foes starting here on Monday, attempting to reverse a trend that has seen them win just […]
Despite calls from the Law Association of Trinidad and Tobago for the Bail (Amendment) Bill 2015 to be repealed, the government is defending the recent passage of the legislation in the parliament.
In the House of Representatives, 36 Members of Parliament, including those on the Opposition side, voted in favour of the bill.
However, in […]
Motorists and members of the public are again being urged by the Police Service to be responsible while using the nation’s roads.
Speaking at today’s weekly Police news briefing, Assistant Commissioner of Mobile Deodath Dulalchan reminded citizens of the importance of responsible behavior, especially as the busy Easter holiday approaches.
He also warned against the […]
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