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Paul pedals to historic Commonwealth keirin gold
Posted: Sunday, July 31, 2022

Paul pedals to historic Commonwealth keirin gold
ACE CYCLIST Nicholas Paul ended Trinidad and Tobago's 52-year Commonwealth Games cycling medal drought when he powered to men's keirin gold at the Lee Valley VeloPark in Stratford, London, England on Saturday.

3 covid19 deaths, 162 new cases
Covid19 has claimed three more lives and infected 162 people as reported by the Ministry of Health in its latest covid19 update on Saturday. There is now 6,379 total active cases.

PM Rowley still in isolation with COVID-19

Antoine not bitter after exit from politics: I have moved on
Despite a turbulent end to his political career, retired Brig Gen and former minister of public utilities Ancil Antoine says he is not bitter over his departure from politics and is proud of the time he spent serving his country.

T&T's high rate of sex crimes
Rape Crisis Society: Many cases not reported

Emancipation Support Committee to host grand celebration
The Emancipation Support Committee of Trinidad and Tobago (ESCTT) is celebrating 30 years of advocacy, resilience, determination, transformation and its re-emergence out of the covid19 pandemic.

Kambulé returns for Emancipation Day
The struggle to erase colonial stereotypes and relics

Kadija Dyer - Encouraging youth to know their history
"Through these programmes I have children who participated running up to me now and telling me how much they enjoy the competitions, students who did not like history before going on to do it. Some even volunteer and want to be a part of the (Emancipation) village."

Moriah's ole time wedding draws large crowd
A large crowd showed up in Moriah on Saturday to witness its ole time wedding, a prominent feature of the Tobago Heritage Festival.

Shamika takes Tobago Heritage monarch crown
Denoon, who won $30,000, beat a stellar line-up of 11 calypsonians at the three-hour show, which was dedicated to late cultural activist, musician and songwriter Sheldon Cunningham. He died on March 15 after a brief illness.

Met Service warns of gusty winds, thunderstorms until Sunday

Texas percussion professor is pan jumbie

Offers of help pour in for Sahadeo
The 42-year-old mother of two suffers from neurofibromatosis, a genetic disorder that causes tumours to form all over the body. Dozens of nodules have made her unrecognisable and there are four large tumours on her right leg weighing approximately 15 pounds. Lumps of varying sizes cover almost every inch of Sahadeo's body and head.

COUPLE SHOT IN BED – Suspect on the run as love triangle turns deadly
Friends of Bailey-Valdez said she was afraid to go to the police, but she was receiving death threats from the suspect who gave her four days to live earlier this week. Two weeks ago the suspect told his sister that he was going to kill Bailey-Valdez and himself.

Four killed in 72 hours in Port of Spain, Laventille and Morvant
Gun violence has claimed the lives of four more men over the past 48 hours with killers striking again in the capital city of Port of Spain hours before the launch of the safe city initiative.

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